Kansas City Tuesday News Look: Winter Is Coming Amid Hard Times

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Cold Streets Of Kansas City Feared

City Union Mission, KCMO prepare plans to address winter homelessness

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - During a meeting on Oct. 28, council members from Kansas City, Missouri, are scheduled to get an update on the city's plans to address homelessness during the winter months, when cold temperatures can threaten the lives of people without shelter.

Double Take On Cop Scandal

Former Lenexa detective reacts to high-profile allegations against former KCK detective

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Michael Bussell, former Lenexa detective, tells KSHB 41 News the allegations against former Kansas City, Kansas, detective Roger Golubski are troubling. "It hurts me because it tarnishes the badge, and there's just too many guys out there just trying to do the right thing and do good cases for it to get smudged so bad," Bussell said.

Tough Times In The Sticks Too

The Hidden Homeless of Rural America

Kevin Hawkins sat down at one of the long conference room tables in the Leavenworth Interfaith Community of Hope. He had a couple of minutes to spare before he had to drive a fellow shelter guest to Lawrence for a court appearance.

Lindsey Shares Selfie Goodness

Watch Instagram Model Lindsey Pelas Explain How to Take Selfies Like a Pro - Maxim

"I'm not Cindy Crawford as you can tell, but I do make a living based off my selfie." " tml-render-layout="inline Lindsey Pelas didn't become an Instagram sensation with 8.7 million followers by dropping unflattering photos. The "genetically gifted" model, influencer and Eyes Up Here podcast host has revealed her best selfie-snapping tips in a new video filmed for Page Six.

General Stood For Truth

In 2008, some Republicans claimed Obama was a Muslim. Colin Powell pushed back

subscribe to The NPR Politics Podcast podcast The American statesman Colin Powell died on Monday due to complications from COVID-19. He was 84 years old. While many remember the four-star Army general for his history-making tenure as the nation's first Black secretary of state and his controversial and misleading justification for the U.S.

MAGA Against Congress

January 6 committee slated to formally advance Steve Bannon criminal contempt report Tuesday

The House committee investigating the January 6 US Capitol attack is expected to formally kick off the process to hold Steve Bannon, one of former President Donald Trump's closest allies, in contempt of Congress on Tuesday night when the panel is scheduled to meet and advance a referral to the Justice Department.

Satire Targets Prez Trump Fans

Jordan Klepper Exposes MAGA Morons Who Still Think 'Trump Won'

Jordan Klepper hadn't attended a Trump rally since he inadvertently found himself in the middle of the Capitol riot on Jan. 6, "a day no one will ever forget, unless you're a Republican member of Congress," the Daily Show contributor joked in his latest dispatch.

Democratic Party Already Giving It Up As Red Wave Approaches

McCarthy predicts more House Democratic retirements to come ahead of 2022 midterms

Amid the rise in the number of House Democrats not running for reelection in next year's midterms as their party tries to hold on to its fragile majority in the chamber, House GOP leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy is predicting there will be plenty more to come.

Caribbean Ransom Noted

Haiti gang wants $17M ransom for kidnapped American and Canadian missionaries, say reports

The gang that kidnapped a group of 17 American and Canadian missionaries in Haiti has asked for $1 million each for their release, a top Haitian official said Monday, according to the Wall Street Journal.


US has dipped into recession as worried consumers flash warning signs: economists

The US economy is careening into another recession, two noted economists warn, as worries about the labor market and the coronavirus have worsened dramatically over the past two months. The alarm bells are ringing as bad news piles up at the economy's door: Prices on everyday goods are rising sharply as inflation is stuck at 30-year highs.

Contest For Cash Stiffens

Top 10 finalists revealed in Kansas City business competition

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - 10 finalists will get the chance to compete for the grand prize of the "AltCap Your Biz: Pitch Competition," and KSHB 41 has the exclusive honor of revealing which Kansas City area small businesses made the cut. The top 10 finalists are: (click each name to watch the business' pitch video) On Nov.

Ballers Still Doubted

Arrowheadlines: ESPN suggests that saying the Chiefs will be fine could be an overreaction

Judging Week 6 NFL overreactions: Are the Chiefs fixed? Is the NFC East race over? Is Tua Tagovailoa Miami's answer? | ESPN The Chiefs are going to be just fine Reid and the Kansas City coaching staff didn't just sit on their hands all week.

Forecast For Now . . . 

Your Storm Track 5 Daily Forecast

Temperatures are in the upper-40s/low-50s to start today. We'll have plenty of sunshine that will help us warm to the mid-70s later this afternoon. A decent south wind could gust, at times, upwards of 25 mph that could blow some items around. Similar conditions tomorrow before changes arrive Wednesday.

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