Kansas City Sunday: MAGA Rallies, Prez Biden Heckled & Back To School

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Advice To Save Families Money

Back to School pop-up shop assists families in need

Over 500 local families are selling gently used items, everything from clothes and toys to books, baby blankets and high chairs.

Tragic Inferno Kills Puppers

2 dogs die in fully involved fire Saturday in KCMO

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Southern Platte Fire Protection District and the Kansas City, Missouri, Fire Department are responding to a structure fire Saturday morning at Roanridge Road and 56th Street in Kansas City, Missouri. While there were no human injuries, two dogs died in the fire, according to the Kansas City, Missouri, Fire Department.

Royal Hope Fades

There Will Be No Nicky Lopez Renaissance in 2022

The Nicky Lopez era with the Kansas City Royals has brought its fair share of highs and lows. In 2019 and 2020, the formerly dependable hitter struggled immensely in a combined 159-game sample size to the tune of a .228 batting average, .279 OBP and 55 wRC+.

Angel Recalls Service Fondly

A Month After A Hulu Documentary Series Made Waves, Heidi Klum Talked About Her Time At Victoria's Secret

The three-part series, released last month, tells a shocking tale of the lingerie brand - including accusations of harassment by company executives, allegations that the brand demanded unhealthy body ideals, and the ties between VS's former CEO Les Wexner and Jeffrey Epstein.


Donald Trump: What we learned from his rally in Pennsylvania

Donald Trump has called President Joe Biden an "enemy of the state" at his first rally since the FBI searched his Florida resort for sensitive files. Speaking to thousands of supporters in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, the ex-president accused Mr Biden of weaponizing the FBI against him.

Red Wave At Risk?!?

Republicans Losing the Midterms Would Be a Political Chokejob for the Ages

United they stand, divided they fall. That seems to be the normal midterm election mantra, where the president's party (having governed and predictably overreached) is divided and on defense, while the "out" party is united with jaws slavering to rip apart the presidency.

Trash Talk Against Commander-In-Chief

Heckler chants 'F-k Joe Biden' throughout primetime speech

President Biden's primetime speech from Philadelphia was interrupted Thursday by a heckler who chanted "F-k Joe Biden" throughout the 24-minute address, which focused on slamming former President Donald Trump as a threat to democracy. The anti-Biden activist bellowed his profane message with such clarity that it was audible not only to Biden but to anyone listening on the official White House video feed.

Flight Risk Reported

Pilot who threatened to crash his plane into local Walmart lands with no injuries

A pilot who threatened to crash a small airplane into Mississippi Walmart landed and was taken into custody.

Sunday Tradition Renewed

Jehovah's Witnesses resume door-to-door visits for the first time since the pandemic

Jehovah's Witnesses have restarted their door-to-door ministry after more than two and a half years on hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, reviving a religious practice that the faith considers crucial and cherished. From coast to coast, members of the Christian denomination fanned out in cities and towns Thursday to share literature and converse about God for the first time since March 2020.

Coach In The Crowd

LOOK: Chiefs HC Andy Reid attends local high school football game

Chiefs HC Andy Reid was taking in the bright lights of Kansas City area high school football on Friday night. In the final weekend prior to the Chiefs' regular season, Reid was spotted at the varsity football matchup between the Pembroke Hill Raiders and the Christ Prep Patriots.

Show-Me World Leader Well-Remembered

Gorbachev saw democracy is the future. He shared that vision right here in Missouri

OPINION AND COMMENTARY By the time Mikhail Gorbachev ascended to the supreme leadership of the Soviet Union in 1985, the lifelong communist had become convinced that one-party rule, the suppression of the press and aggressive militarism in Afghanistan were threatening the survival of the superpower.

Labor Day Forecast For Now

FORECAST: Spotty showers possible Sunday morning, temperatures to remain in 80s

Partly to mostly cloudy and comfortable tonight with temperatures falling into the low to mid 60s by daybreak on Sunday. The cold front finally pushed through Kansas City and will likely stall along or just slightly east of I-35. This will allow cooler temperatures to be felt across parts of northeast Kansas and northwest Missouri.

Bon Jovi - Livin' On A Prayer is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.