Kansas City Saturday News Look Amid Afghanistan Attack

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Kansas City Gunfire Consequences

Man charged with second-degree murder in Friday morning homicide

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - One man has been charged with murder in the shooting death of another man Friday morning in Kansas City, Missouri. Darryl A.D. Donegan, 29, faces second-degree murder and armed criminal action in Jackson County Court. The shooting happened around 2:15 a.m. Friday in the 7900 block of East 112th Street.

Show-Me Winning Against Plague

Missouri draws winners for second round of its vaccine incentive program

Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services SOURCE: Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services Preliminary winners of the second round of Missouri's vaccine incentive program were drawn on Friday, the state said.The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services said there were 566,151 entries included in the second MO VIP drawing.The state notified 180 new preliminary winners Friday evening by using the information provided at the time the individual registered.

Tragic Saturday Morning

Kansas man struck, killed on I-70 in Kansas City early Saturday, police say

by: Kaitlyn Schwers Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Kansas man died early Saturday morning after he was struck by a tractor-trailer on Interstate 70 in Kansas City, police said. The crash happened just before 3:30 a.m. in the westbound lanes of I-70 near Pittman Road.

Suburban Saturday Slice Of Life

Shawnee police working Saturday morning stabbing

SHAWNEE, KS (KCTV) -- Shawnee police are investigating an armed disturbance that led to a woman being stabbed. The incident happened around 9:35 Saturday morning at an apartment complex in the 7400 block of Flint Street. Police were originally called to investigate the armed disturbance and found a 33-year-old female with apparent stab wounds at the scene.

Driver Caution Today

Bicyclist left in critical condition after being hit by van

KASNAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- A bicyclist is in critical condition after a van hit it early Saturday morning. The incident happened around 7:45 a.m. in the area of Barry Road and Adrian Avenue. The bicyclist, only identified as a 49-year-old man, was traveling westbound when an eastbound van turned left into his path.

Kansas City Help Arrives Against COVID

Overwhelmed Kansas City area hospitals relying on help from traveling nurses

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Hospital staff are overwhelmed and healthcare workers say burnout is at an all time high at Kansas City metro hospitals. The COVID-19 pandemic has put an extraordinary strain on hospital workers. Most facilities are hurting for nurses as the Delta variant surges through the United States.

Hottie Fakes It & Tells

Kaley Cuoco dresses up like a Bachelorette and dishes on sex scene

'Die-hard' Bachelor Nation fan Kaley Cuoco did her best Bachelorette cosplay for W Magazine's second annual TV Portfolio issue, and revealed her favorite season. 'I loved Kaitlyn Bristowe. She was my favorite,' the 35-year-old Big Bang Theory alum gushed of the 11th season in 2015. 'She was so cool.


US drone strike targeted ISIS-K planner believed to be 'associated with potential future attacks at the airport'

The ISIS-K planner targeted by a US drone strike in Afghanistan was believed to be "associated with potential future attacks at the airport," a US defense official told CNN Saturday.

Eviction Aftermath

'Arbitrary and cruel': Democrats excoriated Supreme Court decision on eviction moratorium

Democratic lawmakers on Friday denounced the Supreme Court's decision that blocked the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention from allowing renters to stay in their homes during the coronavirus pandemic. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., called the decision "arbitrary and cruel" in a statement Friday.

Prez Trump Talks Deal

Analysis: Donald Trump's recounting of his 2020 conversation with a Taliban leader is something else

Donald Trump called into conservative talk radio host Hugh Hewitt's show on Thursday, spending almost 45 minutes doling out his usual mix of braggadocio, blame-gaming and just plain old riffing.

Defiance Against Lockdowns Across The Pond

Britons, Unfazed by High Covid Rates, Weigh Their 'Price of Freedom'

Britain is reporting more than 30,000 new coronavirus cases a day, but the public seems to have moved on. Experts say this could be a glimpse into the future for other countries. LONDON - Nearly 60,000 soccer fans packed London's Emirates Stadium last Sunday to watch Chelsea outplay Arsenal.

Republicans Don't Want New Friends?!?

GOP rift widens amid growing hostility to Afghan refugees

WASHINGTON (AP) - As the U.S. rushes to evacuate Americans and allies from the chaos of Afghanistan, a growing number of Republicans are questioning why the U.S. should take in Afghan citizens who worked side by side with Americans, further exacerbating divides within the party heading into next year's midterm elections.

Tragic Insurrection Postscript

Capitol Police Officer Who Shot Ashli Babbitt Insists He Did Warn Her Before Opening Fire

Lt. Michael Byrd, the Capitol Police officer who shot and killed Ashli Babbitt on Jan. 6, has rejected claims from her defenders that he opened fire without warning, telling NBC News that he ordered the fanatical Trump supporter to stop advancing before he fired the fatal shot.

Queen Rules Out Change?!?

Palace 'ignore' Meghan's racism allegations, Finding Freedom claims

A source told Finding Freedom Royals 'should have learned that never happens' The authors also claimed their insider had been left 'horrified' by Sussex's claim They made the incendiary allegation during their explosive interview with Oprah They claimed the person had asked about the colour skin son Archie would have Buckingham Palace is ignoring the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's racism allegations in the hope they 'go away', an updated biography by her friends claims. A source told Finding Freedom the Royals 'by now should have learned that never happens' and said they were 'horrified' by the row.

Dancing With Old School Saturday 

Carmen Electra shows off her figure as she dances in bubble gum pink bikini

Carmen Electra is showing off her moves. The 49-year-old star took to Instagram on Friday to share a brief video of herself dancing with her fans. For the clip, the model donned a bright pink bikini and a long white swimsuit coverup, paired with heels. Her blond hair fell over her shoulders.

Country Diva Copes With Divorce

Are We About To Witness Kacey Musgraves's Sad-Girl Era?

Y: Kacey Musgraves, "justified" - If the collection of words "Kacey Musgraves divorce album" has you prepared for salty, ""-style country songs, "justified" is here to correct that assumption. Where Golden Hour was a love letter to her new marriage filled with sunsets and butterflies, the first single from her new album Star-Crossed embraces sadness over scorn.

Kansas City Morning Runaround

Thousands race in 'Rock the Parkway' 5K benefiting Children's Mercy

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - More than 3200 people ran on Saturday morning in Kansas City, Missouri, for a good cause. Rock The Parkway brought many people out to run in either a half marathon or 5K, with proceeds going to Children's Mercy Hospital.

Troops Share Coping Skills

Johnson County VFW member helping veterans struggling with PTSD during ongoing situation Afghanistan

JOHNSON COUNTY, KS (KCTV) -- Many veterans are dealing with a mix of emotions as the situation continues to unfold in Afghanistan. One Johnson County group is stepping up to make sure they aren't dealing with this alone. Norman Holle of Gardner, Kan., enlisted in the Army back in 1962.

Super Bowl Chase Starts Now

The biggest tests still remain - but the new Chiefs offensive line looks legit

Since their defeat at the hands of Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV, there has been no bigger Kansas City Chiefs story than the offseason's complete rebuild of their offensive line.

Royal Winning Weekend

Edward Olivares is the hero as Royals win in Seattle, 8-7

The Royals decided to wait until the games start at 9:10 pm to play their wildest baseball of the year. Edward Olivares was the hero in a 12-inning, four-and-a-half hour marathon, as Kansas City beat Seattle 8-7 on Friday night. It was a terrific baseball game.

Katie Shares Weekend Forecast

Saturday will be hot and windy with 25mph wind gusts


KACEY MUSGRAVES - justified is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.