Monday, January 27, 2020

Kansas City Monday Morning Look



Right now we share our quick first check of Monday morning community news, pop culture and notable items from around the nation and the world . . . Take a look:


In The KC Loop This Week

Dance, Cirque & Ballpark to take center stage in Downtown this week

Roll the highlight reel to generate some pre-Super Bowl heat for arts and entertainment in Downtown Kansas City from Monday to Sunday, Jan. 27-Feb. 2: The City Market, 20 E. 5th St. This week, explore Kansas City's original marketplace connecting local businesses and regional growers to the community.


Tragic Tribute Cont'd

Family and friends hold vigil for man killed in shooting near 80th and James A Reed Road

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- On Saturday, family and friends organized a balloon release and vigil at Hillcrest Community Center for the 23-year-old man killed in a shooting last week. Family tell FOX4 Chase Byers is the man who was killed near 80th and James A Reed Road Monday afternoon.


Kansas Fake Meat Rebuke

Can Meatballs be Vegetarian? Kansas Livestock Industry Wants Stricter Labeling for Meat Alternatives

Vegetarian meat alternatives are growing in popularity, with "Chick'n Strips" and "Porkless Bites" filling freezer cases in some Kansas grocery stores. But following a handful of states, a bill in the Kansas Statehouse would clamp down on how meatless-meat products are labeled.


Show-Me Teacher Cost

Tax bill could help MO teachers who spend own money on supplies

Jefferson City, MO - Missouri lawmakers are working to pass a tax bill that would help the state's teachers who spend a lot of their own money in their classrooms. The bill would allow educators to deduct from their taxes 100 percent of unreimbursed class expenses, up to $500, beginning with the 2021 tax year.


Insta-Hotness Abounds

Abigail Ratchford Cleavage Braless Photoshoot 2020

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USA UNDER FIRE!!!

12 dead, hundreds wounded as protesters clash with Iraq security forces

Twelve people were killed and 230 others injured in protests in Iraq over the past three days, the Independent High Commission for Human Rights of Iraq said Sunday.


BOOK AGAINST PREZ TRUMP!!!

Bolton aide denies NY Times report's claim he shared manuscript with 'close associates'

A top aide to former national security adviser John Bolton is disputing part of a Sunday report in The New York Times, which claimed Bolton had shared a manuscript of his forthcoming book with "close associates" -- and that the manuscript included a bombshell claim that Trump explicitly linked a hold on Ukraine aid to an investigation of Joe and Hunter Biden.


Feel The Bern 2020?!?!

Sanders bolsters frontrunner status a week before Iowa

One week before the Iowa caucuses, Sen. (I-Vt.) is growing in strength and increasingly looks like the favorite to win the Democratic nomination. Polling in Iowa is still tight and shows a four-candidate race between Sanders, former Vice President , Sen. (D-Mass.)


NextGen Kansas City Cinema

Art House Recommendation | 'U Shoot Videos?'

a day in the life of Moji, a Kansas City-based filmmaker who makes low budget music videos. Our Blake Miller is happy to elaborate on this short, 43-minute film in the attached video.


Super Bowl Hype Starts

Images: Chiefs honor head coach Andy Reid

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Chiefs arrived in Miami Sunday afternoon in advance of next week's Super Bowl. Some members of the team took a page out their coach's wardrobe playbook for the journey.


Chiefs Challenges Everywhere

San Francisco, Kansas City zoos kick off friendly competition ahead of Super Bowl

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) - The Super Bowl is no joke. The San Francisco 49ers will face the Kansas City Chiefs on Feb. 2 in Miami for Super Bowl LIV. But it's more than the players that are competing. Both teams have strong support systems in their hometowns.


The Fog Of Monday And Kansas City Morning Weather Outlook

Morning fog, high near 36 degrees Monday

Hide Transcript Show Transcript FREEZING RIGHT NOW. ALL OF US GET INTO THE UPPER 20'S FOR LOWE'S BY TOMORROW MORNING. VERY FINE DROPLETS IN THE AIR, SOME OF THOSE MAY FREEZE ON CONTACT, ESPECIALLY BRIDGES AND OVERPASSES. POOR VISIBILITY, SOME SLICK SPOTS POSSIBLE. OVERNIGHT INTO MONDAY MORNING, THE IMPACT MAINLY BEFORE 10:00 A.M.


Hayley Williams - Simmer is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THEAD for right now . . .

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Kansas City crime continues but everybody is watching the chiefs and hot chicks. Sounds like KC to me!

Anonymous said...

NEVILLE please consider another career path.

Anonymous said...

@5:12 Nobody really cares about KC crime so..

Anonymous said...

So is the new name for Transgenders Fake Meat now? Oh just asking for a friend.

Anonymous said...

^^I don't know, ask your wife/husband. What's it called?

Anonymous said...

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Columbus Police Department has fired two police officers and suspended two others for their actions during the arrest of adult film star Stormy Daniels during an appearance in 2018.

Anonymous said...

RICHMOND, Va. — Thousands of gun-rights activists rallied peacefully at the Virginia Capitol on Monday under a heavy police presence, protesting plans by the state's Democratic leadership to pass gun-control legislation.

The size of the rally and the expected participation of white supremacists and fringe militia groups raised fears that the state could see a repeat of the violence that exploded in 2017 in Charlottesville. But the rally concluded uneventfully around noon, and attendees spilled into the streets, chanting and waving signs.

The Richmond protesters, who were mostly "white and male", came out in the thousands despite the chilly temperature to send a message to legislators, they said.

Anonymous said...

HARTSVILLE, S.C. — Police have two suspects in a shooting at a South Carolina bar that killed two people and wounded several others, authorities said.

Another black on black shooting spree.

Anonymous said...

Chimpy, stop giving humans advice and stick to classic TV! Lol

Anonymous said...

@ 5:12 AM

DAMN RIGHT I’m going to keep up with the Chiefs moreso than the shooting down in the hood.
I’m not the one down there at 2AM gunning people down. I don’t bear any responsibility for their actions.
And me NOT watching the Chiefs isn’t going to stop the violence.

Tell the people down in the hood to quit shooting each other, not us who have nothing to do with it.