Kansas City Lucky News Links

Our traditional nicer local links in lieu of so much news poison manufactured by MSM so that strangers can ague with each other online rather than thinking about issues that might impact their lives.

And so . . .

Here's a nicer view of Kansas City and stories that others might be tempted to overlook . . .

Check TKC news gathering . . .

Parade of Hearts to hold public reveal event in April for 40 new hearts

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - It won't be too long before 40 brand new hearts from Parade of Hearts will be displayed across the Kansas City metro and you could be the first to see them. Parade of Hearts announced Wednesday is will be holding a ticketed public reveal event.

Sauer Castle ownership transferred to LLC

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - The story of the 150-year-old Sauer Castle may be entering a new chapter. KCTV5 obtained a copy of a general warranty deed that appears to transfer ownership of the property from its longtime owner, Carl Lopp, to Sauer Castle, LLC.

Local bridal designer honored for her dedication to putting Kansas City on world map

LENEXA, Kan. - A local designer is being recognized for putting the Kansas City area on the world map for bridal fashion. Martine Harris started her bridal line, Essense of Australia, as a two-person team in Perth, Australia, more than 20 years ago.

College students from Virginia volunteer time to help Kansas City's homeless population

For many area college and universities it's spring break week, ut not all students are looking for time off during that break. A group of students from James Madison University in Virginia drove 14 hours to Kansas City to donate their time to help the homeless.

Northland couple hopes their story will inspire others to learn CPR

NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A northland woman is recovering after her husband saved her life using CPR. The mother of seven and grandmother of five is happy to be alive. Jennifer Shueddig's heart stopped for more than 20 minutes. Dr. Justin Maxfield said a big reason for that is her husbands quick action - performing CPR.

'I teared up': Over 300 become American citizens at naturalization ceremony in Overland Park

There are more than 340 new Americans following a naturalization ceremony in Overland Park on Thursday. A federal judge presided over the event at Johnson County Community College. During the naturalization interview, a person must answer 10 civics questions, ranging from what the Declaration of Independence did and how many amendments the Constitution has.

Ten Things To Do In KC This Weekend, March 16-19

Here are ten great things to do in KC this weekend, March 16-19, including: St. Patrick's Day at KCLive!, Planet Comicon, and Blake Shelton at T-Mobile Center. Colony House Tennessee based indie-rock band Colony House is stopping in KC on their US tour in support of their new album, The Cannonballers, before ending their tour and making their Bonnaroo debut in their home state.

Hopefully, we'll have more for the morning update . . . STAY TUNED!!!