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Kansas City Counts Chickens
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The NFL regular season hasn't even started yet but Kansas City businesses are already licking their lips over next year's NFL Draft. It's still eight months away but companies have to start thinking about what they're going to do now so they don't miss out on all the money the NFL Draft will bring.
Bumpy Roads Unite Outrage
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Car owners who've hit potholes wish for a smooth ride up State Line Road in Kansas City, Missouri. Dr. Andrew Godwin didn't think he would spend part of his Wednesday playing mechanic. "I could tell immediately I was driving on just three tires," Godwin said.
Desperately Seeking Golden Ghetto Doggie
MISSION, Kan. (KCTV) - A car that was stolen earlier this week in Mission has been found, but the dog that was inside is still missing. "That is her sitting pretty," Liz Robison said as she showed KCTV5′s Greg Payne pictures of her lost dog. "She's just my world."
Locals Listen Up . . .
KANSAS CITY, MO - The Federal Drug Administration issued a final rule to improve access to hearing aids . According to the FDA, this establishes a new category of over-the-counter hearing aids. This gives those with mild to moderate hearing impairment a chance to purchase hearing aids directly from stores or online retailers.
Losers Drink Craft Beer Together
If you've ever been to a Kansas City Royals game, you know they are dedicated to the craft beer scene. From a sponsorship with Boulevard Brewing Co. to a section called Crafts & Drafts that's dedicated to craft beer, you can find lots of high quality suds.
Hottie Laments Knock Off Work
KERRY Katona has admitted she regrets getting free breast implants last year. The 41-year-old, who recently underwent a reduction, described herself as Frankenstein as she opened up her about surgeries. Kerry said: "I had an implant put in last year and why I did it, I don't know.
MAGA Trolls Rivals
Former President Donald Trump made two surprising endorsements Wednesday, stating that he "Strongly Endorse[d]" impeachment manager Dan Goldman and Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y. "Lawyer Dan Goldman is running for Congress, NY-10, and it is my great honor to Strongly Endorse him," Trump stated in a TRUTH Social post Wednesday evening.
White House Ignores Social Media
Nobody would ever accuse Joe Biden of being Extremely Online. As a candidate, he strongly implied that he was not especially interested in social media. In a reversal of the usual way of the political world, his aides made it known that a communications team crafted his tweets and posts, not Biden himself.
Diary Of RINO Debuts
Rep. Liz Cheney's supporters say her reelection hopes were doomed on January 13, 2021, when a week after the insurrection at the Capitol, she and nine other House Republicans voted to impeach former President Donald Trump.
MAGA MONEY VICTORY
Placeholder while article actions load Former president Donald Trump bombarded his supporters with more than 100 emails asking for money based on the FBI's search of his Florida Mar-a-Lago Club for classified materials last week. They paid off. Contributions to Trump's political action committee topped $1 million on at least two days after the Aug.
COVID Rules Reconsidered
Last week, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced key changes to its nationwide Covid-19 guidelines. Among them was the end of required quarantine after someone is exposed to a close contact with the coronavirus. The CDC also revised isolation guidance for people infected with Covid-19.
Training Camp Comic Relief
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. - Randy Reid made a repeat performance at Chiefs Training Camp in St. Joseph. Kansas City, Kansas-native Eric Stonestreet jumped into character - and Chiefs gear - as the brother of Chiefs head coach Andy Reid. It's a character Stonestreet has portrayed for years.
Royal Moneyball Redux???
Through no fault of their own, Kansas City Royals fans have very little experience with how good baseball teams are supposed to look and supposed to be run because the Royals have failed to display anything resembling competitive baseball for most of the last three and a half decades.
Forecast For Now . . .
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And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.