Kansas City trailed by 10 points early in the game, but the Chiefs offense hit a groove as team won its fifth straight game. With their fifth straight win, the Chiefs are in a playoff spot with a 6-5 record.
More than 100 people braved a cold, rainy Sunday afternoon in Kansas City to march for the world’s future. Calling for immediate action to stem what they call the crisis of climate change, they marched on the Country Club Plaza chanting: “Turn off fossil fuels. Turn on clean energy.”
A deadly storm that has caused flooding and coated parts of the southern Plains in ice during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend dumped more rain on already swollen rivers in parts of North Texas and Arkansas on Sunday and made driving dangerous in parts of Oklahoma.
A Star editorial says that Kansas City is fortunate to have a well-trained police force, but a good relationship between police and a community requires constant vigilance. This is not the time to suggest the media back off.
The Kansas City Climate Coalition organized a march on Sunday, November 29, 2015, asking people to "Turn on clean energy and turn off fossil fuels." They went from the J.C. Nichols Fountain to the International Friendship Bridge on the Country Club Plaza.