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Gail Worth parts ways with Harley-Davidson to create Gail's Powersports - Kansas City Business Journal
After 21 years, Gail Worth is parting ways with the Harley-Davidson franchise and crafting her new Grandview-based brand: Gail's Powersports. The decision was driven by Harley-Davidson's plans to "drastically" reduce the number of motorcycles it produces annually, Worth told the Kansas City Business Journal. Her business, Gail's Harley-Davidson, is a 50,000-square-foot dealership with about 50 employees.
Fall Indoors Or Alone
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Highway Fire Postscript
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A fully-involved semi-truck fire shut down Interstate 435 southbound at 210 Highway Friday morning. Kansas City, Missouri, fire crews are on the scene of the incident that happened around 6:30 a.m. According to KCFD, several patients were transported with critical injuries, though it's not clear how many at this time.
Kylie Saves Democracy
Kylie Jenner is flexing her political influence in a very impressive way ... turning your standard IG thirst trap into nearly 50,000 potential new registered voters! TMZ's learned Kylie's smoke show bikini pics -- posted Monday -- are drawing huge traffic for Vote.org .
Biden tests negative for COVID-19, reminds folks to 'wear a mask' after being mocked by Trump for mask at debate
Former Vice President Joe Biden has tested negative for coronavirus, according to his personal doctor, as the Democratic nominee sought to continue campaigning during the month before the Nov. 3 election. Dr. Kevin O'Connor, the primary care physician, said Biden and his wife Jill were each tested and "COVID-19 was not detected."
Prez Trump Recovering
White House says Trump experiencing 'mild symptoms' after positive coronavirus test, 'in good spirits'
White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said Friday that President Trump is experiencing "mild symptoms" of COVID-19 after the president and first lady Melania Trump tested positive for the novel coronavirus. "As all of you know the president and the first lady tested positive for COVID-19, " Meadows told reporters at the White House Friday.
Leave it to Donald Trump to test positive for COVID-19 just two days after a disastrous debate performance. It's tempting to think this is yet another of his reality show stunts, but it's hard to believe that he could get away with faking something like this considering that the Trump White House leaks like a sieve.
Speaker Shares Terrifying Campaign 2020 Scenario
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi spelled out a dire prediction for President Trump should the election come down to the House to be decided. "We have all sorts of opportunities to take down that one vote," Pelosi said during a news conference Thursday morning.
Wall Street Only Loves Money
The trading community is actively debating the effect of more fiscal stimulus on the economy and on the markets, but they sometimes seem to be talking about two different types of stimulus. There is the one that would come from the negotiations currently underway between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.
Kansas City Seeks Fright Despite Gunfire Fear
The spookiest time of the year is about to get a bit more spine-tingling for Kansas City, thanks to the growing presence of COVID-19. In a city with nearly 35,000 total COVID cases reported since March, Halloween is going to be unrecognizable from any previous iteration.
NOBODY SEYZ LATINX!!!
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Nearly 20 years ago, the Hispanic community added a general neutral term to its lexicon, and in recent years, younger generations have embraced the change. Latinx is a gender-neutral alternative to Latino or Latina. Spanish words that end in "o" are generally male, while Spanish words ending in "a" are generally female.
Kansas City Custom Booze Earns Success Amid Lockdown
It's been a big year for drinking in Kansas City-and not just because we've needed a constant stream of alcohol to get us through the drudgery and blinding anxiety of existing during this era. No, we've been drinking for better, less cynical reasons.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .