Kansas City News Night: Dems Take Arizona, Musk Cancels Lunch & Amazon Layoffs Start

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Winter Panic Buying Tonight

KC hardware stores see rush for winter supplies

The rush was on for winter items before the first snowfall of the season.Jeff Taylor was one of many to beat the ice melt rush on Monday morning."Pretty important because our driveway is real slick and steep," Taylor said.Westlake Ace Hardware said there was a big run on winter items all morning."The first run of the year is sort of like a track meet," said Peter Jones, of Westlake Ace Hardware.Jones said that for shoppers and workers, making sure to be ahead of the storm makes sense, especially when it sneaks up on you."It's very important.

Local Catholic Media Goes Hollywood

National Catholic Reporter Publishing Company Announces New Publisher and CEO

KANSAS CITY, Miss., /PRNewswire/ -- The National Catholic Reporter Publishing Company has announced veteran media executive Joe Ferullo as its Publisher and CEO, succeeding Bill Mitchell, who is retiring. An accomplished journalist and media executive, Ferullo has been a member of NCR's board since 2018 and has served as a vice chair for the past year.

Old School Office Space Meetup 

Last call! Downtown KC Office Summit to explore 'Place Matters' - Downtown Council of Kansas City

The event is produced by the Downtown Council of Kansas City. Sponsors of the 2022 Office Summit include Burns & McDonnell, JE Dunn Construction, the Kansas City Power & Light District, and McCownGordon Construction. Click here to learn the complete details. -

Home Team Almost Honored

Bobby Witt Jr. finishes fourth in Rookie of the Year voting

Bobby Witt Jr. finished fourth in American League Rookie of the Year voting, behind outfielder Julio Rodriguez, who became the fifth players in Mariners history to win the award. Rodriguez was first on 29 of 30 ballots. Baltimore catcher Adley Rutschman finished second, and Cleveland outfielder Steven Kwan finished third.

Ballers Start With Big Advantage

Chiefs open as 6.5-point favorites over the Chargers in Week 11

This Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs will go on the road to play the Los Angeles Chargers in a Week 11 matchup that was originally scheduled as a late-afternoon game - but has now been flexed to Sunday Night Football . Kickoff is scheduled for 7:20 p.m. Arrowhead Time.

Ring Lady Continues To Impress

Fans all say same thing as Arianny Celeste shares birthday photo from night out

UFC ring girl Arianny Celeste celebrated her birthday in style with a night out in New York. The former Playboy model wowed fans as she took to social media to show off her outfit. Arianny, celebrating her 37th birthday, wore all black as she headed out for a night on the town.

Coping With Rocketman

Opinion | Why does the U.S. keep abandoning its best tactic for restraining North Korea?

In his first face-to-face meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping since he became president, President Joe Biden on Monday issued a stark warning: Xi needed to attempt to make it clear to close ally North Korea that launching "long-range nuclear tests" was unacceptable and that if Pyongyang ignored Xi, the U.S.

MAGA Trial Moves Closer

Trump failed to comply with Jan 6 committee subpoena, panel says

Nov 14 (Reuters) - Former U.S. President Donald Trump has failed to comply with a subpoena issued by the congressional committee investigating his supporters' attack on the U.S. Capitol last year, the panel said on Monday. Reporting by Tyler Clifford and Dan Whitcomb; Editing by Leslie Adler Our Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.

Veep Denounces Fmr Prez

Pence to Muir: Trump's words on 1/6 'endangered me and my family and everyone at the Capitol'

Former Vice President Mike Pence said in an exclusive interview with ABC's "World News Tonight" anchor David Muir that former President Donald Trump's rhetoric was "reckless" as a mob of his supporters ransacked the Capitol last year -- with Pence and others temporarily forced into hiding. "I mean, the president's words were reckless.


Democrat Katie Hobbs defeats MAGA favorite Kari Lake in high-stakes race for governor in Arizona

Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs has defeated Republican Kari Lake in Arizona's race for governor, NBC News projected Monday. Hobbs' victory is key for Democrats in a presidential battleground and a rebuke to a prominent election denier - though the closeness of the contest left the result up in the air for nearly a week.

GOP Confronts With MAGA Aftermath

Republicans cringe as Trump 2024 approaches

Reeling Republicans gathered in Washington on Monday for the first time since September, with the Senate lost and the House majority barely on track after the party failed to topple Democratic governors outside of Nevada. Trump helped crown many of the party's lackluster nominees who lost winnable races, from Senate contests in Arizona and Pennsylvania to House battles in Ohio and Michigan.

Billionaire Seyz: BUY UR OWN!!!

Elon Musk mocks claim he's starving Twitter employees for ending free lunches: 'Is this a parody?'

A Georgia-based activist was ripped on social media for accusing Elon Musk of starving Twitter employees, after it was revealed that free lunches will no longer be provided at the company. On Friday, The New York Times released a report detailing Musk's tumultuous takeover of Twitter, with workers telling the paper that their new boss plans to make employees pay for lunch at the company cafeteria.

Nobody Laughing Amid Funny Tech Money Aftermath

How Sam Bankman-Fried's Crypto Empire Collapsed

Mr. Bankman-Fried said in an interview that he had expanded too fast and failed to see warning signs. But he shared few details about his handling of FTX customers' funds. Sam Bankman-Fried, who was a cryptocurrency billionaire, lost nearly his entire fortune over the past week. Credit... Erika P.

Bezos Cuts Workers Ahead Of Holiday Season

Amazon plans to lay off 10,000 people starting this week - NYT

Nov 14 (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) is planning to lay off about 10,000 people in corporate and technology jobs starting as soon as this week, the New York Times reported on Monday, citing people with knowledge of the matter.

Far East Future Takes Hold

Japan's Economy Unexpectedly Shrinks as Hot Inflation, Global Slowdown Take Toll

By Tetsushi Kajimoto and Kantaro Komiya TOKYO (Reuters) -Japan's economy unexpectedly shrank for the first time in a year in the third quarter, stoking further uncertainty about the outlook as global recession risks, a weak yen and higher import costs took a toll on household consumption and businesses.

Tech Love Career Jacked

Arizona teacher, hubby lose jobs after filming OnlyFans videos in class

An eighth-grade teacher in Arizona and her husband have lost their school jobs after they recorded OnlyFans videos in her classroom - a side hustle she claimed was necessary to supplement their low salaries. Using the alias "Khloe Karter," Thunderbolt Middle School science teacher Samantha Peer uploaded the X-rated videos for her OnlyFans page, which her students found and shared among themselves, the Today's News-Herald reported.

So. Much. Winning. 

Adult star promised footballer '16-hour sex session' if he scored five goals

Russian porn star Alina Yeremenko, who uses the stage name Alina Henessy, once offered Dynamo Moscow frontman Aleksandr Kokorin an offer he couldn't refuse. Alina, who admitted she wasn't a football fan, was asked to rate Russian footballers in 2015 out of 10.

Old School Plays Familiar Songs

Kansas City's Starlight announces two big throwback summer concerts coming in 2023: Chicago and Foreigner

Mark your calendars, two big musical acts have announced performances at Kansas City's Starlight Theater next summer: Chicago and Foreigner.

Cash Contest For Good Cause

Voting opens to award 4 KC area nonprofits with $25k in Country Club Plaza's Centennial Grant Program

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Voting has now opened to determine which four Kansas City area non-profits will receive $25,000 each, as part of the Country Club Plaza's Centennial Grant Program. Community members can cast a vote for the nonprofit they would like to see win the grant. Voting opened Monday, and closes Friday.

Good Life From A Distance

Park Place Rolls Out the Magic for the 2022 Holiday Shopping Season - In Kansas City

Sponsored Content Take a stroll around Leawood's Park Place during the holidays, and if you listen closely you might just hear skates swishing across the ice terrace, a jolly chuckle from Santa, and your favorite holiday tune drifting in the wind from a nearby group of carolers.

Bad Theater For Po'Folk Returns

WWE Smackdown returns to Kansas City in March

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - As WWE continues to fill up its yearly road tour schedules, Smackdown will be returning to Kansas City. The event will be held at the T-Mobile Center on March 17, 2023, and tickets will be available to the public Friday, Nov, 18 at 10 a.m.

November Slide: Drive Safely

Rain changing over to snow Monday night into Tuesday


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