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Check-it . . .Flowery Prose Hypes Football Glory Days For Kansas City
ON THE NIGHT the Kansas City Chiefs earned a second consecutive trip to the Super Bowl, a local chef named Mano Rafael cried in his kitchen.
Downtown Kansas City Suffers More Busted Pipes
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A water main break shut down northbound Interstate 35 on the north side of the downtown loop early Thursday morning. Crews were called to eastbound Interstate 70 at the northbound I-35 split just before 5:30 a.m.
Broadway Trade Out
The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission announced Wednesday that it has selected Massman-Clarkson, A Joint Venture, as the design-build contractor to replace the Buck O'Neil Bridge, formally known as the Broadway Bridge.
Pam Tries 4th Time
All the Photos and Details from Pamela Anderson's Surprise Backyard Wedding to Fourth Husband Dan Hayhurst
The Baywatch star married her bodyguard on Christmas Eve after less than one year of dating New year, new husband! Pamela Anderson surprised fans last week by revealing she married her bodyguard Dan Hayhurst in an intimate backyard ceremony on December 24 at the Vancouver Island, Canada home she purchased from her grandparents.
MAGA Loses To Cheney
Donald Trump's backers failed to take down Liz Cheney. But the GOP's 'civil war' is nowhere near over.
WASHINGTON - Donald Trump and his allies lost the first battle for post-election control of the Republican Party Wednesday night - but not without a fight, making clear that the political war within the GOP is nowhere near over. House Republicans voted Wednesday to keep Rep.
Everybody Loves Free Money
A majority of Republicans support President Joe Biden's proposal to send eligible Americans $1,400 stimulus checks, despite efforts from some GOP lawmakers to slash them, according to a new poll. The survey, which was released Wednesday by Quinnipiac University, found that 64 percent of Republicans support the increased payments, along with 90 percent of Democrats.
Newsies Clearly Haven’t Discovered Photoshop
ant to see a half-naked woman? Well, you're in luck! The internet is full of pictures of scantily clad women. There are so many of these pictures online, in fact, that artificial intelligence (AI) now seems to assume that women just don't like wearing clothes.
COVID Kills Natives
Covid is killing Native Americans at a faster rate than any other community in the United States, shocking new figures reveal. American Indians and Alaskan Natives are dying at almost twice the rate of white Americans, according to analysis by APM Research Lab shared exclusively with the Guardian.
Tokyo Olympic Honcho Earns ‘Woke’ Rebuke
The Tokyo Olympics ' organizing president, Yoshiro Mori, came under fire earlier this week over sexist comments he made about women and, while he later apologized, said he has no intention of resigning from the committee. Mori was quoted as saying women are "annoying" because they can talk too much during meetings.
Courthouse Payout In Wings
Jackson County Executive provides lunch for healthcare workers with buffalo wing winnings in football wager
February 3, 2021 Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. happily received two buckets of world famous buffalo wings today after winning a friendly football wager with Erie County, New York County Executive Mark Poloncarz. The Chiefs beat the Buffalo Bills 38-24 in the AFC Championship game sending them to the Superbowl for the second straight year.
Boozy Weekend Ahead
For football fans looking for a championship repeat, these Kansas City cocktails might be flowing from brunch through the final minute countdown. Although no one wants to jinx their team, these cocktails are worthy of any celebration. The food component of a Kansas City themed Super Bowl party is more obvious.
Big Chill Today
Light rain is expected early today, changing to snow by 8-9am. Light amounts expected although a quick 1/2" is not out of the question mainly near and north of KC.
Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) by C+C Music Factory was #1 in February 1991 and is the #TBT song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now. Keep going for more local links . . .Local Fakers Abound
With the Chiefs back in the 2021 Super Bowl, it's time to watch out for scams, whether it's fake merchandise or fake tickets.The fake stuff is out there and it's getting harder to tell the difference."You want to buy authentic products that you deserve for your money.
COVID Cut Close Call
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A new report suggests there could have been a lot more Kansas City Chiefs players on the COVID-19 list this week had the team not acted sooner on Sunday. On Monday, the Chiefs placed wide receiver Demarcus Robinson and center Daniel Kilgore on the reserve/COVID-19 list due to close contact, coach Andy Reid said.
Kansas City Fanbois Freeze For Super Bowl Return Trip
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - As nice as the weather is in Tampa, Chiefs fans back in Kansas City are going to have some rough temperatures to contend with during Super Bowl game time. It's going to be cold. Temperatures could bottom out in the low 20s on Sunday.
Show-Me Republicans Backing Obamacare Core
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Several Republican Missouri lawmakers on Tuesday filed legislation to ensure people with pre-existing conditions can access health insurance if the Affordable Care Act is undone. The proposals would amend the state Constitution to require that health insurance companies cover people with pre-existing medical conditions without charging them more.
Rock Chalk Vaxx Search Cont’d
by: Travis Meier Posted: / Updated: TOPEKA, Kan. - Kansas officials have launched an interactive mapping tool that allows residents to find COVID-19 vaccination sites near them. Governor Laura Kelly announced the launch on Feb. 3. In a statement, she said Kansans in vaccine phase 1 and 2 should use the tool to help set up inoculation appointments.
Show-Me Wealth Share
A Missouri graduate who said his professor stole his invention for a drug delivery system will share in its profits under a settlement that also gives the University of Missouri System a cut of the revenue KANSAS CITY, Mo.
Pandemic Cash Arrives
TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - Kansas will get over $1.6 million from FEMA to help with the COVID-19 pandemic. Senator Roger Marshall (R-Kan.) says Kansas will get over $1.6 million in federal cost-sharing to help immediate staffing and supplies needs for the Kansas Division of Emergency management.
Football Priorities Exposed
Some say the Super Bowl is the biggest sports day of the year and apparently some people think the annual championship game is even more important than doing homework.
Local Culture Debuts
When the Lyric Opera of Kansas City announced local chorus auditions for "Porgy and Bess" in spring of 2020, the call advertised a "once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to join leading African American singers on stage." For many, "Porgy and Bess" is the American opera. It's also the most prominent (and controversial) example of Black opera.
Super Bowl En Español
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Chiefs Kingdom can be heard in multiple languages, and Spanish-speaking Kansas Citians are a big part of the fan base. That's why there's a crew of broadcasters breaking down barriers, all while breaking down the game. The excitement and energy in a Tico Sports broadcast of a Kansas City Chiefs [...]
Building Up Economy Again
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Lowe's is getting ready for a very busy spring season and is looking to hire about a thousand people in the Kansas City area. The jobs include many seasonal positions, as well as some part-time and full-time positions.
Remembering Marty As He Copes With Hospice
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