For insomniacs, night owls & early birds we share a few local tidbits that deserve a peek but might not be worthy of intense debate.
Still . . . We think these news items offer a better perspective on Kansas City.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Jason Sudeikis continues to represent the Kansas City area on the national stage. Sudeikis, a Shawnee Mission West graduate, won a Television Academy Emmy award on Monday night. He took home the award for outstanding lead actor in a comedy series for his role in the show Ted Lasso.
Hero Saves Doggie In The Dotte
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Fire crews in Kansas City, Kansas, rescued a dog who fell 15 feet into an old stone well on Monday. According to the department, the well was a quarter mile into dense woods. Fire crews were dispatched today to rescue a dog that fell 15 feet into an old stone well.
Tailgate Prep Underway
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - It's victory Monday in Chiefs Kingdom. Patrick Mahomes led the Kansas City Chiefs with five touchdowns passes, polishing of the Cardinals 44-21. "It's amazing, 44-21, yeah that was amazing," one Chiefs fan said. Now all eyes turn to Thursday's home opener when the division rival Los Angeles Chargers make the trip to Arrowhead Stadium in prime time.
Sleaze Scummit Wild Life Startles
A Lee's Summit woman is talking after spotting two large bobcats in her yard last week."I look over to the right of my yard and there's a ginormous bobcat standing there," Leah Marie said.
Sometimes Suds Help Soldiers
Courtesy Boulevard Brewing Co. Boulevard Brewing Company continues its KC Pils Partner Series with a second collaboration with the Veterans Community Project. Starting in November, Boulevard will donate a portion of proceeds from KC Pils' sales to the organization. Veterans Community Project, founded by a group of combat veterans in KCMO, is a 5013(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides homeless and...
Boss Profits From Puppy Tech
Startland News is continuing its "Fund Me, KC" series to highlight area entrepreneurs' efforts to accelerate their businesses or lend a helping hand to others. This is an opportunity for business owners and innovators - like Jonaie Johnson's effort to publicly launch the highly-anticipated PlayTach smart dog crate attachment by Interplay - to share their crowdfunding stories and potentially gain backing from new supporters.
Hipsters Craft Success Story
Kate Frick. // Photo by Destiny Frack Many people who work in the food and cocktail industries follow Family Circus-esque routes to reach their payoff. A stop off here-a quick pause there-spinning their wheels a bit in something completely off the path, but ultimately getting where they need to be.
South Side Offers Support Amid Hard Times
About 15 south Kansas City nonprofits, churches and businesses united on Sunday, August 21, to give essential items to families in the Hickman Mills School District who were headed back to school. The event was the annual Because We Care Back to School Community Give Away.
Lady Soccer Stays Winning
For the first time in its nearly two-year history, the Kansas City Current is on top of the National Women's Soccer League standings. They are riding a 13-match unbeaten streak. This comes as the team is preparing to break ground on a new stadium in Berkley Riverfront Park.
Starting On Right Foot
The Kansas City Chiefs are signing kicker Matt Ammendola to their practice squad, according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero. As Harrison Butker deals with an ankle injury, the #Chiefs are signing former #Jets kicker Matt Ammendola to the practice squad, per source.
End Game Helps Families
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - HappyBottoms hosted its second annual Diaper Bowl in Kansas City, Missouri, with 100% of the proceeds going toward getting diapers to families that need them. HappyBottoms provides a monthly supply of 50 diapers or 30 training pants to children in need through over 60 social service agency sites.
Fake Fall Finished . . .
Hide Transcript Show Transcript IT DOES NOT LOOK LIKE WE HAVE A PATTERN THAT WILL COOPERATE ANY TIMES IN. THE NEXT HOUR WE WILL BE DOWN TO 79 DEGREES WITH A DROP-OFF IN RIGHT AIR. WE WILL HAVE A DEEP DISSENT IF YOU WILL. BY 10:00 DOWN TO 67 DEGREES.
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