Julee Jonez gives you the hottest music and trending topics to keep you motivated during your work week. The “Mid-Day Party” has your “Hot Topics” at 11:20am, “3 Hot Topics” at 12:15pm, “3 Hot Things.” at 12:42pm, “The Celebrity Tidbits” at 1:15pm and “The Work Day Wrap Up” at 2:15pm.
Community Corner: The All Girls Matter Conference Is Coming to Kansas City The All Girls Matter Empowerment Conference is coming Saturday, October 7th to Kansas City! The conference host is Dr. Tragil Wade (Dwayne Wade’s big sister),
Every woman needs a day to invest in themselves – mind, body and soul. A way to do that is by attending Black Women Get Fit for their 6th anniversary! Black Women Get Fit is a health
KSHB’s Sarah Plake Investigates: Black Women in Missouri Are Murdered at the Highest Rate in the Country
The spotlight was on Kansas City and the problem about missing Black women last October, after a 22-year-old Black woman escaped from a home in Excelsior Springs. She had been held captive by Timothy M. Haslett Jr.,
Community Corner: “Let’s Make Home the Goal” Free Event to Close the Homeownership Gap for Black and Hispanic Families in the Metro
A local nonprofit partner of HUD seeks to close the homeownership gap between white and Black/Hispanic households in KC. Credit and Homeownership Empowerment Services (CHES Inc.), a 501c3 housing counseling agency, is hosting the “Let’s Make Home
Community Corner: Former Chiefs Running Back Priest Holmes and Local Union Members Host “Take Kids Fishing Day”.
The nonprofit Union Sportsmen’s Alliance’s (USA) is teaming up with the Greater Kansas City Building and Construction Trades Council (BCTC) to host a free community fishing event. Take Kids Fishing Day is this Saturday (Sept 9th), from
Community Corner: Making History – KC’s Black Suffragists and Jazz Artists at the Blue Room This Sunday
This weekend is the 103rd anniversary of Women’s Equality Day. It commemorates the passage of the 19th Amendment, giving women the right to vote on August 26, 1920. While racial barriers still existed, women like Ida B.
The National Congress of Black Women – Kansas City is hosting the 6th Annual Women and Girls Torch Carriers Conference on Saturday, August 26th. The National Congress of Black Women, Inc. (NCBW) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, civic
The Wyandotte County District Attorney’s Office will hold its 5th Annual Expungement Fair on August 8th and 9th, with assistance from Kansas Legal Services and Unite KC. As the prescreening process is now underway, Wyandotte County DA
Today is historic in Kansas City politics as 5th District Councilwoman Ryana Parks-Shaw is now Mayor Pro Tem for the Kansas City Council term of 2023-2027. This momentous achievement marks Parks-Shaw as the first Black woman to
Community Corner: Realtor Stacey Johnson-Cosby on Saturday’s Jackson County Tax Appeal Solutions Town Hall
The jump in property tax valuations has many Jackson County homeowners concerned on if they can afford to stay in their homes. The assessor’s office encourages everyone who disagrees with the valuation to file an appeal, with