Kansas City Aureate: Flames, Strike Culture & War Of Words

Our most loyal readers know that Angel Karlie did time in Missouri but we won't hold that against her as her modeling biz goodness inspires this Sunday night peek at pop culture, community news and top headlines.

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Kansas City First Responders Fight Inferno Sunday

KCFD fights multiple house fires at once after flames spread to second home near 39th and Morrell

The house where the fire began is a vacant structure

Dead-Tree Plays Press Agent For Activists

Is your Kansas City landlord withholding your security deposit? Here's how to get it back

Here's what to know about security deposits and what rights a renter has under state and local laws.

Walking For Local Life

American Cancer Society - Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Kansas City

October 28th is the date for American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Kansas City, which will be held at Crown Center. The Walk is a celebration of courage and hope, and a movement to unite communities to end breast cancer.

Game Day Sneak Peek

Chiefs open as 13-point favorites over the Bears in Week 3

In the season's next game, Kansas City is a big favorite over Chicago.

Home Team Win Streak Snipped

KC can't finish sweep, loses 7-1

If the Royals lose a game and no one watches, does it make a sound?

Angel Investor Arrives

Karlie Kloss, Print Media Mogul

The supermodel is in talks to buy the cultishly beloved 'i-D' magazine.

White House Talks Money

President Biden, trailing Trump on the economy, goes on offense. What he's saying

Biden's new "MAGAnomics" push comes as more Americans trust Trump on the economy than Biden, according to a new USA TODAY/Suffolk University poll.

MAGA Defines Terms

Trump says it was his decision to conclude the 2020 election was rigged

"You know who I listen to? Myself," Trump said during an interview on NBC.

Strike Threatens 2nd Term

UAW President Fain on not endorsing Biden: 'We expect actions not words'

United Auto Workers (UAW) President Shawn Fain said Sunday he has not endorsed President Biden for the 2024 election because the union "expects actions, not words" from the president. Asked on CBS's "Face the Nation" what it will take to endorse Biden, Fain said, "Our endorsements are going to be earned.

Blame Game Cont'd

Pelosi on Trump blaming her for Jan. 6 attack: 'There is a sickness there'

Representative Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif) said former President Donald Trump "has always been about projection" in response to Trump blaming her for the Jan. 6 attack in his interview with Meet The Press Sunday. "He knows he's responsible for that, so he projects it onto others," Pelosi said during an interview on The Sunday Show with...

Europe War Declaration

Ukraine's Zelenskyy urges the world to stand up to Putin

The president of Ukraine told 60 Minutes if his nation was given additional advanced weapons, it could end the Russian war faster.

South Asia Alternative Emerges

At China's Belt and Road Summit, Participants Welcome US-India's Rival Plan

Some say it could mean better deals for their respective countries, while others say the new plan will be playing catch-up

Latest Holy Land Stalemate

Saudi Arabia pauses peace deal negotiations with Israel: Report

Saudi Arabia suspends discussions on normalizing relations with Israel due to Israel's right-wing government obstructing relations with Palestinians.

Culture Of Strike Rules

'The Drew Barrymore Show' Pauses Production After Negative Response amid Hollywood Strikes

Drew Barrymore has halted production of 'The Drew Barrymore Show' after she briefly decided to resume production of her daytime talk show, prompting protests and criticism by members of the Writers Guild of America and SAG-AFTRA

Catholic Mysteries Persist

On synod secrecy, does Pope Francis risk destroying the village in order to save it?

A defining challenge for the synod will be to resist the danger of ideological weaponization of its proceedings. it's reasonable to ask whether an imposition of pontifical secrecy would counteract that risk, or actually make it worse.

Sharing Faith Community Testimony

KC Mexican-American pastor reflects on heritage to lead by example: 'This community has taught me so much'

Rev. Tino Herrera said he hopes Latino children in Kansas City see him as an example of what they can be.

Grigs Preps Work Weeek

Calm conditions start the week but rain is on the way

Calm conditions start the week but rain is on the way

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