Kansas City Sunday Night: Hype & Hope

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Inner-City Restoration

Urban Neighborhood Initiative working to connect, better serve KCMO's urban core

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Urban Neighborhood Initiative held an interactive gala Saturday at the College Basketball Experience facility in downtown Kansas City, Missouri. In line with the evening's theme of recess , guests were encouraged to play games, listen to music and simply be active while hearing from speakers.

Newspaper Trumpets Choice

'Freedom of generations': Rep. Cori Bush, Missouri Dems stop in KC as part of statewide tour

Rep. Cori Bush, a St. Louis Democrat, headlined a statewide tour with Missouri Democrats campaigning for abortion rights, which stopped at a women's rights rally held at Mill Creek Park Sunday morning in conjunction with Women's March events held in communities nationwide. Other leaders, including Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas, State Sen.

Kegger Moves Forward

Chiefs' Travis Kelce keeps evolving along with TE position

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - There was a time in Travis Kelce's career that the Kansas City Chiefs tight end could simply line up against a linebacker, or even a safety, and know that his speed and agility would be able to get him open downfield.

Science Inspires

New ALS drug gives hope to KC-area patients

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Sundays in the Nauser household are spent watching NFL football. Self-proclaimed sports-lover Sarah Nauser's favorite point to bring up is her first-place fantasy football team in a league with her older brothers. The 34-year-old credits newly approved Lou Gehrig's disease drug AMX0035 with her participation in the league year after year.

One Last Kick

Sporting Kansas City falls in final match of season

Despite a season-ending loss, there is plenty to build on for Sporting Kansas City. Sporting ended their 2022 season Sunday afternoon at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas, with a 2-1 loss to FC Dallas. Right back Graham Zusi's goal drew the guests level early in the second half, but even continued strong play from Kansas City was not enough for the win.

Angel Down To Earth

Elsa Hosk's Ugg Outfit Is the Epitome of Low-Key Cool

Trendsetter and supermodel Elsa Hosk never fails to deliver Pinterest-worthy fashion inspiration that's the epitome of " je ne sais quoi." Her street-style outfits are chic, effortless, comfortable, and easy to recreate, even if some pieces don't fit the budget. However, when a style icon like Hosk wears something that is affordable, it's worth taking sartorial notes.

White House Pumps The Stock

Biden preaches patience to voters spooked by economic tumult

When it comes to reassuring Americans about an economy that's an election-year challenge for his party, President Joe Biden is telling the country to hold on. It's a message of patience as voters are buffeted by persistent inflation, fears of a recession and the prospect of rising energy prices in the closing weeks of the campaign season when they will determine the fate of vulnerable Democrats and control of Congress.

Gas Past Price Check

Yellen says OPEC oil production cuts bad for global economy

U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen added her voice to the members of the Biden administration sounding off against the recent oil production cuts announced by the group OPEC+. Yellen said the move by OPEC+to cut oil production was "unhelpful and unwise" for the global economy, particularly emerging markets already struggling with high energy prices, according to the Financial Times.

Progressives Think About Future

Democrats 'need new blood, period,' congresswoman says

Democrats need leaders who are younger and more reflective of the country, Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D-Mich.) said Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press." "We need a new generation," Slotkin, who is 46, said. "We need new blood, period, across the Democratic Party in the House, the Senate and the White House."

Billionaire Tinkers With Geo Politics

Musk's Taiwan remarks draw ire from Taipei, thanks from Beijing

Days after weighing in on the Ukraine war, tech billionaire Elon Musk suggested establishing a "special administrative zone" around the self-governing island of Taiwan in a new interview, angering Taipei while earning a thank you from Beijing. In an interview with the Financial Times published Friday, Musk discussed how a Chinese invasion of Taiwan would...

Yezzy Shares Meshuggah

Kanye West Unleashes Antisemitic Tantrum Over Instagram Restriction

A week that began with Kanye West sporting the phrase White Lives Matter on a shirt and included his appearing on Tucker Carlson's fanatically far-right show has ended with the rapper spewing antisemitic filth on Twitter.

El Papa Advocates For Travelers

Pope, calling migrants' exclusion 'criminal', on collision with Meloni

Oct 9 (Reuters) - Pope Francis on Sunday made an impassioned defence of migrants, calling their exclusion "scandalous, disgusting and sinful," putting him on a collision course with Italy's upcoming right-wing government. Francis made his comments as he canonised a 19th century bishop known as the "father of migrants" and a 20th century man who ministered to the sick in Argentina.

Lost & Found For Solider

Service medals returned to Kansas City, Kansas, Vietnam War veteran

OVERLAND PARK, Kan - Frank Parra accepted a shadowbox filled with service accommodations Friday afternoon with a roar of excitement from his family, who crammed into a small congressional office in Overland Park. "Some of these I didn't even know existed," Parra said, as Kansas Rep.

Autumn Heat Cont'd

FOX4 Forecast: Warm to start the week

After hitting 66 degrees yesterday afternoon, we're set to jump back into the 70s today. It's chilly starting out this morning, however, in the 30s and 40s, but mostly sunny skies should greet us once again. Highs are expected to hit near 80 Monday (and Tuesday) this week, so tailgating around Arrowhead will be warm!

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