Kansas City Friday News Roundup: Rumors Of War, Beatty White Dead & Pr0n Cash

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Snail Mail Offers Opportunity

Hiring blitz and new equipment help U.S. Postal Service avoid holiday issues nationally and in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- A months-long strategy to avoid a holiday logjam worked out for the U.S. Postal Service this holiday season, despite swirling worries about supply chain issues and a 2020 holiday season the federal service would just as soon forget.

Tech P0wnz The Future

Amazon added four Kansas City area locations in 2021, creating hundreds of jobs

Several development seeds Amazon.com Inc. planted throughout the Kansas City metro sprouted in 2021, bolstering the online retail giant's ranks among area employers with thousands of new jobs. Amazon opened four area facilities between May and September - two apiece on each side of the state border.

Police Ask For TIPS After Crash

KCPD releases image of suspect vehicle in hit-and-run crash

suspect vehicle in hit-and-run crash SOURCE: KCPD Kansas City police have released a picture of a suspect vehicle in a hit-and-run crash from early Wednesday.Just after 1 a.m., police said officers were called to the crash in the area of Independence and Manchester avenues.

Teachable Moment From Worker

A Kansas City bus driver is happy to see students back in school: 'It makes the time go by faster'

As the U.S. ends its second calendar year of the COVID-19 pandemic, KCUR wanted to hear from members of the greater Kansas City community about their experiences and reflections. If you've hopped on a bus around the campus of University of Missouri-Kansas City recently, you might have caught a ride with Maxine Mitchell.

Pandemic Life Lesson Shared

Local track coach struggling with COVID for months urges vaccination

OVERLAND PARK, KS (KCTV) -- A local track coach has been struggling for months with COVID and might need a lung transplant because of it. Tom Lester was sitting in a recliner in his ex-wife's Overland Park home Thursday afternoon.

Tribute To Kansas City Good Deeds

Northland family searching for good Samaritans who stopped to help after scary wreck

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Northland family is counting their blessings after their truck flipped on the highway, and nobody was hurt. Now, the family is searching for four Good Samaritans who stopped to help. Brandon Ford swears by his Chevy truck, "Old Red." "I'm just glad she still runs," Ford said.

Gun Safety Reminder Tonight

Mayor and police beg Kansas City not to celebrate New Year's Eve with gunfire

Five shootings the week of Christmas made 2021 one of the deadliest years in Kansas City history. As of Friday morning, there had been 157 homicides in Kansas City, Missouri, making 2021 second only to 2020 when there were 182 homicide victims. The Star reported 244 homicides metro-wide.

Hotties Always In Style

Cindy Prado Slays On The Streets Of Miami In A Monochromatic Look

Her fans loved the share, and the post received over 19,900 likes within one hour. "You look strong and confident," one fan wrote. "Wow your attitude is so amazing," another follower chimed in, including a heart eyes emoji in the compliment. "So gorgeous!!!!" yet another added, followed by a string of flame emoji.

Democracy Fading?!?

Retired general warns the U.S. military could lead a coup after the 2024 election

As the anniversary of the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol approaches, three retired U.S. generals have warned that another insurrection could occur after the 2024 presidential election and the military could instigate it. The generals - Paul Eaton, Antonio Taguba and Steven Anderson - made their case in a recent Washington Post Op-Ed.


Disgraced CBS anchor Dan Rather ripped for 'Let's Go Brandon' take: 'Sit down'

After attempting to dunk on the "Let's Go Brandon" fans, disgraced CBS anchor Dan Rather faced a dunking of his own. Late Wednesday night, Rather tweeted out his take on the popular "Let's Go Brandon" phrase that has been used as a rebuff against President Biden. "#LetsGoBrandonReallyMeans 'You can't handle the truth," Rather wrote.

Congress Lady Called Out For COVID Faux Pas

PICTURED: Maskless AOC raises a cocktail at dinner in Miami Beach

Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has fled her virus-ravaged state for Miami Beach, Florida, where she was seen raising a class over dinner with her boyfriend Riley Roberts. The face of the progressives in her party appeared fine with having a maskless meal, despite staunchly supporting mask and vaccine mandates that the state is known to forego.

Team Vlad Offers Push Back

Russian foreign minister warns west over 'aggressive line' in Ukraine crisis

Russia's top diplomat has warned the west that its "aggressive" approach to Ukraine and threat of sanctions could force Moscow to "eliminate unacceptable threats to our security", after a high-stakes conversation between Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden failed to deescalate the crisis.


Betty White Dead at 99

Beloved actress, comedian and American icon Betty White has died, just weeks before a milestone birthday ... TMZ has learned. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ ... Betty passed away at her home Friday morning.

Cheek Clappers Demand Equity

Here's what the gender pay gap looks like in porn

The good news is that parents are going back to the office. However, the bad news is that parents are going back to the office. "It's a mixed bag these days as we rebound from the pandemic," says Denise Perez, telemedicine expert and mom.

Searching For Local Lit

A Kansas City writer seeks answers about the 'mysterious' author of the Mr. and Mrs. Bridge books

Steve Paul went to New Mexico, on a sort of pilgrimage. His was not a spiritual journey or one to gather pieces of his own past. It was an attempt to discover information about a fellow Kansas City writer who had long seemed unknowable. The year was 2018, five years after Evan S.

He's So Money . . .

Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes named AFC Offensive Player of the Month

KANSAS CITY (KSNT)- After leading the Kansas City Chiefs to a 4-0 record in December, quarterback Patrick Mahomes was named the AFC Offensive Player of the Month. Mahomes threw for 1,110 yards, 8 touchdowns on 68.5% completion during the month which helped the club secure a spot in the playoffs and a sixth consecutive AFC [...]

Tribute To Beloved Baller

Avila University baseball coach who died from COVID-19 remembered by family, friends

A beloved baseball coach at a Kansas City university died this week from COVID-19.Daryl Cronk, 46, was more than just a talented musician. He was also a former professional baseball player and head baseball coach at Avila University."He could play the mandolin. He can play the guitar.

Hipsters Craft Good Life

Kansas City's Prime Social combines sweeping views with crafted cocktails and elegant small bites

If you have a larger party, consider one of the shareable punches served in impressively large-cut glass drink dispensers. Filled with ice, flowers and fruit, each cocktail is mixed and served to the table with matching rocks glasses. Choose from Spiced Sangria, Party Potion or The Ma'Homes made with Knob Creek bourbon, pomegranate, fresh lemon and Champagne.

Chiefs Comeback Cont'd

Some post-COVID Chiefs still working toward 100% for Bengals game

Over the weekend, the Kansas City Chiefs went into their Week 16 game against the Pittsburgh Steelers with eight players unable to play after testing positive for COVID-19. Meanwhile, other Chiefs players - like wide receivers Tyreek Hill and Josh Gordon, cornerback Charvarius Ward, linebacker Willie Gay Jr.

Katie Shares Latest Weather Info

Storm system to bring sleet, snow to KC to start new year


Mary J. Blige - Amazing is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.