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 Kansas City Bright Side Debuts

New murals brighten St. John Corridor

Michael Bushnell Publisher Historic Northeast Kansas City is home to over 40 colorful murals, mostly along the Independence Avenue corridor, celebrating the rich melting pot heritage of our community. Two new murals along the St.

Lesson In Quitting Whilst You're Ahead . . . 

Park Hill Superintendent Dr. Jeanette Cowherd announces she will not extend her contract

Park Hill School District Superintendent Dr. Jeanette Cowherd asked the district's board of education not to extend her contract, which expires June 30, 2022. The move was announced in an email bulletin sent to parents Tuesday."I absolutely love this school district - the students, staff, families and community - and I want nothing but the best for Park Hill, now and in the future," Cowherd said in the news bulletin.

Kansas City Eco-Devo Scandal Persists For Biz Class

Minutes from closed-door board meeting show EDC fired interim CEO - Kansas City Business Journal

The board of the Economic Development Corp. of Kansas City fired its interim CEO due to questionable financial moves. Directors of the city's lead economic development group terminated T'Risa McCord for misusing agency funds and changing its policy manual without board permission, according to KCUR.

Rock Chalk Head Check Has To Wait For Jail Birds

Kansas inmates wait months for mental health treatment

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) - Inmates with mental health issues are waiting months to get the medication and treatment they need to be deemed competent to assist in their own defense because a state hospital is so overtaxed.

Show-Me Privacy Price-tag

Missouri budget officials outline $50M cost of data breach, data monitoring for teachers

Last week, Gov. Parson said the breach "may cost Missouri taxpayers as much as $50 million and divert workers and resources from other state agencies" JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Help for roughly 100,000 teachers whose Social Security numbers were made vulnerable in a massive state data breach could cost Missouri as much as $50 million, House budget officials told Democratic lawmakers Tuesday.

Hottie Shares Cheeky Fashions

Demi Rose flaunts her ample assets and in a white cut-out swimsuit

She's no stranger to delighting her fans with scantily-clad snaps on her social media. And Demi Rose was at it again on Tuesday as she flaunted her ample assets and peachy posterior in sizzling swimsuit snaps posted to her Instagram.

Prez Biden Lowers Expectations

Biden enters the complicated and fluid end game for his agenda as scaled back proposal takes shape

Welcome to the end game.


Biden, Trump tied in potential 2024 matchup: poll

and former are tied in a potential head-to-head matchup in 2024, according to a new Grinnell College National Poll released Wednesday. Biden and Trump each won the support of 40 percent of likely voters surveyed, and 14 percent said they would vote for "someone else."

COVID Vaxxing NextGen Awaits

White House details plan to roll out Covid-19 vaccines for children ages 5 to 11

The White House on Wednesday unveiled its plans to roll out Covid-19 vaccines for children ages 5 to 11, pending US Food and Drug Administration authorization.

Power Play Despite Fear Of Sky Falling

Big fossil fuel producers' plans far exceed climate targets, U.N. says

Major economies will produce more than double the amount of coal, oil and gas in 2030 than is consistent with meeting climate goals set in the 2015 Paris accord to curb global warming, the United Nations and researchers said on Wednesday.

Contempt For MAGA Agreed

House January 6 committee unanimously votes to hold Steve Bannon in criminal contempt

Bannon was ordered to appear before the committee last week, but his attorney said he was following the direction of the former president's legal team to not provide documents or testify.

Haterz Share Funny Suggestions

Facebook is planning to rebrand the company with a new name

Facebook is planning to change its company name next week to reflect its focus on building the metaverse, according to a source with direct knowledge of the matter.

Royal Delay

Queen cancels Northern Ireland visit on medical advice

Church leaders in Northern Ireland said in a joint statement that they were sorry she would not attend the Service of Reconciliation and Hope in Armagh, and acknowledged "the significance of her commitment to the work of peace and reconciliation, which has meant a great deal to people throughout this island".

Hip-Hop Hard Times Despite Success

Dr. Dre Served with Divorce Docs at Cemetery as Grandmother Laid to Rest

Dr. Dre 's divorce has been extremely contentious, and something happened Monday that punctuates the bitterness ... a process server for his ex-wife attempted to serve him with legal docs at the cemetery where he buried his grandmother. Sources with direct knowledge tell TMZ ...

COVID Killed Sexy Confidnece

Feeling Too Schlubby to Have Sex? It's Not Just You.

One evening while watching Netflix with her husband, Nicole Katsulis worked up her nerve and asked him something terrifying: "Why don't you want to have sex with me?" Ms. Katsulis, a teacher, knew her body had changed during the pandemic. She'd had a baby right before it started, then spent months snacking while working from home.

Fan Fashionistas Strut

Fashion and football collide at the 10th annual Chiefs Style lounge

Tonight, fashion and football collided at the 10th annual Chiefs Style lounge.It's a ladies only event hosted by Tavia Hunt, the wife of chiefs owner Clark Hunt.Guests were treated to two fashion shows.

Community Shares New Career Path

Marcus Officer takes you inside the Boys & Girls Club's new esports facility

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City opened their new esports facility at the Bredienthal Unit in Kansas City, Kansas. In partnership with local professional esports club the KC Pioneers, the lounge will allow middle and high school students interested in video games the opportunity to learn, stream and explore the real world applications of professional gaming.

Sharing Kansas City Baller Spin

Chiefs might have brought 'NBA energy' back to 2021 season

Energy... an incredibly difficult word to describe in non-scientific terms. Sitting in Arrowhead Stadium, you can feel it in the crowd. One of my favorite memories as a Chiefs fan is the 2019 Divisional Round against the Houston Texans. Wide receiver Mecole Hardman returned a kick nearly 70 yards before being forced out of bounds.

Kansas City Caffine Serving Persists

Eleos Coffee House celebrates 10th Anniversary

Abby Hoover Managing Editor The community celebrated Eleos Coffee's tenth anniversary on Saturday with a fall festival in the parking lot of 3401 Independence Avenue. Perfectly paired with the autumn weather, visitors played yard games and warmed up by the fire pit while sipping Eleos coffee.

Forcast For Now . . . 

Wind Brings Cooler Weather Wednesday

Isolated, light rain showers possible early this morning then becoming mostly sunny this afternoon. High 71. Scattered clouds and sun Thursday. Cooler. High 62. Mostly sunny Friday. High 67. Mostly cloudy Saturday with a 30% chance of scattered showers in the afternoon and evening. High 68. Periods of rain likely Sunday morning and afternoon.

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