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KC Tuesday Tipping Point
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Giving Tuesday has become a major donation day for nonprofits across the country. Last year alone, online giving surpassed $400 million. But with tons of groups asking for donations, it can be difficult to make a decision. Here are some steps to take before deciding where to donate.
GET OUTTA TOWN!!!
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - It seems like there are two kinds of people: those who hoard paid vacation time like it's oxygen and those who don't really care because they'll never use it all. A study earlier this year found 55% of Americans don't use all their paid vacation days.
Golden Ghetto TIF Corporate Welfare Agenda Stays Winning
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - The Overland Park City Council approved several items in a meeting that ended more than seven hours after it started. At 1:15 a.m. Tuesday, the council voted 9-3 to approve tax increment financing and create a community improvement district for the Brookridge redevelopment project.
Kansas City Northeast Crime Served To Upstart Coffee Biz
PH Coffee, located at 2200 Lexington, was broken into last night. A security camera caught an individual throwing a rock at the front door, breaking the glass, stealing the cash machine, and leaving. Addison Bliss, one of the shop's owners, said there wasn't much in the register. "A few dollars.
After 24 years, the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show has been canceled. A true loss! No footage of leggy blondes and brunettes and, like, three or four black women trotting down a long runway this Christmas, flirting with Grown Baby Shawn Mendes or nearly knocking Ariana Grande over with a 15-pound feathered wing.
MARK Zuckerberg floundered when grilled about Donald Trump's Facebook demands during a secret, private dinner with the American president. Speaking to CBS This Morning, the Facebook chief looked very uncomfortable while being quizzed about the online giant's contentious stance on political advertising.
French-y Smack Down
President Donald Trump hit back at recent comments made by French President Emmanuel Macron on NATO.
Missouri Fights Fake News And All Views Outside Mainstream
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A Missouri state representative says he's filing legislation to combat what he calls fake news with media literacy classes. Republican Rep. Jim Murphy, who represents parts of St. Louis County, said in a news release that he has pre-filed the bill ahead of the 2020 legislative session.
Rock Chalk Dedication
The University of Kansas football team finished with a 3-9 record this year - the same record as its 2018 season, which cost head coach David Beaty his job. But there's a different feeling about the program this year after Beaty's successor, Les Miles, completed his first season.
JEFFERSON COUNTY, Mo. -- A south St. Louis woman decided to trade in her corporate gig for a new job raising bison. For years, Peggy Ladd worked for a utility company, KMOV reports. Now, she's the owner and operator of Klondike Bison in Jefferson County.
Off-Season Power Plays
As the calendar turns to the month of December, 2019 is almost over. That hasn't stopped the Kansas City Royals from making some internal roster moves, though: The #Royals have non-tendered Cheslor Cuthbert, Jesse Hahn, Erick Mejia and Humberto Arteaga.
Celebrate Kansas City Season Of Pumpkin Spice FOREVER
Hide Transcript Show Transcript NICE THIS AFTERNOON. BLUSTERY YESTERDAY. IT WILL FEEL GREAT LATER TODAY. THE PLAZA NEVER GETS OLD. PLAZA LIGHTS. 30'S. SOME SPOTS CLOSE TO 25. LIBERTY, 28. 33 DOWNTOWN. KCI, 31. 27 IN LAWRENCE. 30 IN BUTLER. MID-LEVEL CLOUDS MOVING THROUGH. GRADUALLY CLEAR THROUGH THE MORNING.
Ryan Upchurch & Katie Noel "Hey Boy, Hey Girl" is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .