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Flight To Equity

Kansas City Hopes Its New 'Inclusive' Terminal Will Bring More Flights and Visitors

Kansas City plans to pull off a rare feat among airports at the end of the month: Completely replacing all of its existing gates with brand new ones. City leaders say they're using the opportunity to make one of the most inclusive airports in the country.

Discount Tradition Down By The River

New Riverside Red X building opening later this month

RIVERSIDE, Mo. - The wait is almost over. The new building for Riverside, Missouri's Red X store will be open for business on Wednesday, Feb. 22. A ribbon cutting ceremony will take place at 8 a.m. The store announced in late 2021 it would be building a new 59,000-square-foot shop on the southeast corner of its current location at 2401 NW Platte Road.

Diversity Is, In Fact, Our Strength

How the Kansas City Chiefs were pioneers in recruiting Black players in the 1960s

As football fans across the country get ready to watch two Black starting quarterbacks go head-to-head in the Super Bowl for the first time in history, what many people might not know is how the Kansas City Chiefs paved the way for Black players in the NFL.

Criminal Justice Claw-back

Kansas City 'butcher' acquitted of murder in dismembered body case gets 4 years in prison

A 33-year-old Kansas City man was sentenced to spend the next four years in a Missouri prison in a grisly killing and dismemberment case described by a Clay County prosecutor as a "shocking and outrageous" event to the community at large.

Local Meal Prep Starts Now

Get your watch party meals now, these KC restaurants are closing on Super Bowl Sunday

You can feel the excitement in the air as the Chiefs prepare for the Super Bowl on Sunday. As many bars and restaurants around town are getting ready to host their watch parties, some places are shutting down to let their workers watch the game.

Injury Amid Risky Smut Game

Adult film star 'nearly died' after hour-long sex scene with Brit porn legend

ACCLAIMED adult film star Keiran Lee claims he almost killed porn actress Angela White after filming an hour-long sex scene. The Derby-born sex industry veteran says he was informed his co-star had been hospitalised following the lengthy romp. Keiran, who has his nine-and-a-half-inch penis insured for $1million, claimed their first rendezvous almost turned fatal.

Prez Skips Out On Fox Sports

White House says Fox statement 'inaccurate,' Biden will not do Super Bowl interview

The White House said on Friday night that President Biden will not sit down with Fox for an interview ahead of the Super Bowl on Sunday, calling an earlier statement from Fox Corp. "inaccurate." "As we said earlier, we had arranged an interview with Fox Sports Host Mike Hill & Vivica A.

Big Bucks Against MAGA

The big-money effort in the GOP to stop Trump

A pair of libertarian-minded Republican groups - Americans For Prosperity and the Club for Growth - are planning to pour millions into the presidential campaign to stop former President Trump from winning the GOP nomination. Why it matters: The battle for the Republican Party's future is a clash between the interests of its big donors and grassroots voters.

GOP Hecklers Snubbed Again

'Disturbing and sad': Sen. Kyrsten Sinema blasts Republicans who shouted at Biden during State of the Union

Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, I-Ariz., believes Republicans who shouted at President Biden during his State of the Union speech Tuesday are "beneath the dignity" of Congress. "Everyone is raucous, and I was worried people were going to start throwing hotdogs and popcorn at each other," Sinema said during a Washington Post Live event of many Republicans who heckled Biden's speech to Congress.

First Son Fights Talkers

Hunter Biden continues aggressive pushback against GOP foes

Hunter Biden's legal team continued this week its newly aggressive approach to combating his GOP critics and antagonists, turning arguments made by Republican House members during the Trump administration against them as they look for evidence of wrongdoing by either President Biden or .

Air Defense Described

What we know about the unidentified object shot down over Alaska | CNN Politics

An unidentified object was shot down 10 miles off the frozen coast of Alaska on Friday afternoon, US officials announced, but details about the object are scarce.

History On Trial

Lawsuit seeks white woman's arrest in Emmett Till kidnapping

JACKSON, Miss. - A relative of Emmett Till is suing to try to make a Mississippi sheriff serve a 1955 arrest warrant on a white woman in the kidnapping that led to the Black teenager's brutal lynching.


Super Bowl 57 to make history with first all-female military flyover

History will be made on the field at Super Bowl 57, but it will also be made in the sky above before kickoff between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles. For the first time in history, the traditional pregame military flyover will be piloted by an all-female team, the pilots told ABC's Good Morning America.

Euro-War Forever . . . 

Wagner owner says war in Ukraine will drag on for years

KYIV, Ukraine -- The owner of the Russian Wagner Group private military contractor actively involved in the fighting in Ukraine has predicted that the war could drag on for years. Yevgeny Prigozhin said in a video interview released late Friday that it could take 18 months to two years for Russia to fully secure control of Ukraine's eastern industrial heartland of Donbas.

Rocketman Debuts Sequel

Why Kim Jong Un wants you to meet his daughter | CNN

With his young daughter at this side at two splashy military events this week, Kim Jong Un told the world two things -- the Kim family will rule North Korea for another generation and it will have the nuclear weapons to make sure no one can challenge that.

Robots Searching For Power

Microsoft's AI-Powered Bing Can Run Rings Around Google Search

It's a gutsy move for Microsoft to challenge utterly dominant Google with its AI-boosted Bing search engine, but the results look promising to me. I tried the same queries on Google and the new Bing to see how well the latter search engine lives up to Microsoft's bold claims and if it matches the wow factor that came with the ChatGPT AI chatbot.

Don Insults Diva Redux

Trump attacks Rihanna ahead of Super Bowl: 'Without her "Stylist" she'd be NOTHING'

Former President Trump criticized singer Rihanna on Thursday ahead of her planned performance at the Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday. "Without her "Stylist" she'd be NOTHING. Bad everything, and NO TALENT!" Trump posted on his Truth Social account. Trump's post came in response to a post on the social media platform from Rep.

Hipster Cartoon Song Of The Day Explained

Linkin Park's New Music Video Is Directed by NFT Artist Pplpleasr - Decrypt

Popular rock band Linkin Park is back with a never-before-released song pulled from its archives, as well as a brand new music video-and it has a connection: it's directed by noted digital artist Emily "pplpleasr" Yang and Maciej Kuciara, co-founders of Web3 video platform Shibuya .


Rise in swinging parties blamed on pandemic

It was the 1970s cliché of pampas grass, dinner parties and keys-in-a-fruit bowl but now suburban ' swinging' is returning according to a new study ... which psychotherapists attribute to the post-pandemic gloom. Popular among the baby boomer suburban elite of the 1970s, the practice of the one-night-only switching partners before the digital age was also known as 'key swapping' at parties.

Community Help Requested

Kansas City police requesting information about October 2021 homicide case

Kansas City Police SOURCE: Kansas City Police The Kansas City Police Department is requesting help in the case of Joseph Young's homicide. Young's body was found in a vehicle in October 2021 after police responded to a crash in the area of Meyer Boulevard and Olive Street.

Feeding Our Cowtown

Help KCWE and its Community Partners make KC Hunger Free

Kansas City's Own® KCWE announced a new community effort to reduce food insecurity for thousands of people in need throughout the Kansas City metropolitan area. Called "Hunger Free KC," the station is partnering with four local non-profit organizations, each with a different mission and method to support people struggling with hunger.

Local Disaster Connection

Local women say family, friends still trapped under rubble after Turkey earthquake

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Friends with family ties to Turkey watch everyday for news from the earthquake-ravaged country, where more than 21,000 people are dead. Jessica Jenedi and Bank Koken-King watched intently Thursday in Shawnee as more news from came from Turkey on recovery efforts.

By Way Of Introduction

276: An introduction to KCPD East Patrol Division Commander Major Cobbinah

On this week's episode of the Northeast Newscast, we're joined by Major Martin Cobbinah, the new Division Commander of the Kansas City Police Department's East Patrol. We discuss his long tenure with the department, the importance of civilian staff to daily operations, and his goals for Kansas City's East Side.

Katie's Weekend Forecast

Sunny and warmer Super Bowl eve


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