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  • start ke-19 finish ke-7. Hasil yg cukup baik 😍💪
next race semoga podium.. aamiin 🤲
#kshb #brigif #cimahi
  • start ke-19 finish ke-7. Hasil yg cukup baik 😍💪
    next race semoga podium.. aamiin 🤲
    #kshb #brigif #cimahi

  •  7  0  8 August, 2020
  • #ThankYou @41actionnews #KSHB for interviewing Elena, a past client, about her experience at Sunflower House. She is a  source of inspiration and strengthen to us and all those affected by child abuse. We are honored to have her on our Emerging Leaders Committee.

Elena Nanneman, 22, shares her story of surviving sexual abuse as a child. She credits Sunflower House with helping her through that time in her life and she now is an advocate for the group.

Please take the time to read her whole story on KSHB.com. Visit the link in our bio.
  • #ThankYou @41actionnews #KSHB for interviewing Elena, a past client, about her experience at Sunflower House. She is a  source of inspiration and strengthen to us and all those affected by child abuse. We are honored to have her on our Emerging Leaders Committee.

    Elena Nanneman, 22, shares her story of surviving sexual abuse as a child. She credits Sunflower House with helping her through that time in her life and she now is an advocate for the group.

    Please take the time to read her whole story on KSHB.com. Visit the link in our bio.

  •  36  0  3 August, 2020
  • Wow! Talk about a warm welcome! My two new coanchors, Kevin Holmes and Dia Wall, surprised me with chocolates and flowers for my first day here at KSHB! They sure know how to spoil a girl! ☺️#KSHB #TVNEWS #Firstday
  • Wow! Talk about a warm welcome! My two new coanchors, Kevin Holmes and Dia Wall, surprised me with chocolates and flowers for my first day here at KSHB! They sure know how to spoil a girl! ☺️ #KSHB #TVNEWS #Firstday

  •  52  4  22 June, 2020
  • All lives can’t matter until Black lives matter. 
I want to address the statement “all lives matter” in relation to the Black Lives Matter movement from my personal perspective. In July, 2009, my sister, Deanna Lieber was shot and killed on the way home from the theater with her daughter and mother-in-law in the car with her. She was driving through a part of town where there is a high crime rate and that is known for being a dangerous area. The night of her murder, there was a rolling gun fight stemming from cars on the road with her. She was caught in the crossfire, and died on the scene. The very next day, Lynn Glover, was killed in the same manner. The 38 year old woman was waiting at a bus stop when cars drove by shooting at one another, and died on the scene. In the aftermath of my sister’s shooting, there was a lot of press coverage. 
Dea was a prominent attorney in Lawrence, KS. She worked for two Kansas Supreme Court Justices, and at the time of her death, she was serving as the General Counsel for the Kansas State Department of Education. It was news. Her face was on every local channel and made news around the country as well. What I remember about the coverage was the newscasters saying, “A woman was shot and Deanna Lieber was killed.” over and over. It was disturbing to me that the woman at the bus stop was not named. At the time, my husband asked me why they keep saying that. Why is the news saying “a woman” and then “Deanna Lieber”. Were they the same person, or was there another shooting. I remember telling him that another woman was shot in the neighborhood where Dea was killed. She was a black woman. She also died on the scene. It took me 4 days to find anything online that named the Lynn Glover, and I actually found a video interview of her sister. What I saw in that interview was a demonstration of how little black lives mean to our society. The interviewer asked her sister how she felt about the Deanna Lieber shooting! In the multiple interviews we had following my sisters murder, not one journalist asked us about Lynn Glover. Why would her sister’s life mean less than mine? Why shouldn’t she be named in the news?...
  • All lives can’t matter until Black lives matter.
    I want to address the statement “all lives matter” in relation to the Black Lives Matter movement from my personal perspective. In July, 2009, my sister, Deanna Lieber was shot and killed on the way home from the theater with her daughter and mother-in-law in the car with her. She was driving through a part of town where there is a high crime rate and that is known for being a dangerous area. The night of her murder, there was a rolling gun fight stemming from cars on the road with her. She was caught in the crossfire, and died on the scene. The very next day, Lynn Glover, was killed in the same manner. The 38 year old woman was waiting at a bus stop when cars drove by shooting at one another, and died on the scene. In the aftermath of my sister’s shooting, there was a lot of press coverage.
    Dea was a prominent attorney in Lawrence, KS. She worked for two Kansas Supreme Court Justices, and at the time of her death, she was serving as the General Counsel for the Kansas State Department of Education. It was news. Her face was on every local channel and made news around the country as well. What I remember about the coverage was the newscasters saying, “A woman was shot and Deanna Lieber was killed.” over and over. It was disturbing to me that the woman at the bus stop was not named. At the time, my husband asked me why they keep saying that. Why is the news saying “a woman” and then “Deanna Lieber”. Were they the same person, or was there another shooting. I remember telling him that another woman was shot in the neighborhood where Dea was killed. She was a black woman. She also died on the scene. It took me 4 days to find anything online that named the Lynn Glover, and I actually found a video interview of her sister. What I saw in that interview was a demonstration of how little black lives mean to our society. The interviewer asked her sister how she felt about the Deanna Lieber shooting! In the multiple interviews we had following my sisters murder, not one journalist asked us about Lynn Glover. Why would her sister’s life mean less than mine? Why shouldn’t she be named in the news?...

  •  18  1  7 June, 2020
  • All lives can’t matter until Black lives matter. 
I want to address the statement “all lives matter” in relation to the Black Lives Matter movement from my personal perspective. In July, 2009, my sister, Deanna Lieber was shot and killed on the way home from the theater with her daughter and mother-in-law in the car with her. She was driving through a part of town where there is a high crime rate and that is known for being a dangerous area. The night of her murder, there was a rolling gun fight stemming from cars on the road with her. She was caught in the crossfire, and died on the scene. The very next day, Lynn Glover, was killed in the same manner. The 38 year old woman was waiting at a bus stop when cars drove by shooting at one another, and died on the scene. In the aftermath of my sister’s shooting, there was a lot of press coverage. 
Dea was a prominent attorney in Lawrence, KS. She worked for two Kansas Supreme Court Justices, and at the time of her death, she was serving as the General Counsel for the Kansas State Department of Education. It was news. Her face was on every local channel and made news around the country as well. What I remember about the coverage was the newscasters saying, “A woman was shot and Deanna Lieber was killed.” over and over. It was disturbing to me that the woman at the bus stop was not named. At the time, my husband asked me why they keep saying that. Why is the news saying “a woman” and then “Deanna Lieber”. Were they the same person, or was there another shooting. I remember telling him that another woman was shot in the neighborhood where Dea was killed. She was a black woman. She also died on the scene. It took me 4 days to find anything online that named the Lynn Glover, and I actually found a video interview of her sister. What I saw in that interview was a demonstration of how little black lives mean to our society. The interviewer asked her sister how she felt about the Deanna Lieber shooting! In the multiple interviews we had following my sisters murder, not one journalist asked us about Lynn Glover. Why would her sister’s life mean less than mine? Why shouldn’t she be named in the news? Why would my sister be on
  • All lives can’t matter until Black lives matter.
    I want to address the statement “all lives matter” in relation to the Black Lives Matter movement from my personal perspective. In July, 2009, my sister, Deanna Lieber was shot and killed on the way home from the theater with her daughter and mother-in-law in the car with her. She was driving through a part of town where there is a high crime rate and that is known for being a dangerous area. The night of her murder, there was a rolling gun fight stemming from cars on the road with her. She was caught in the crossfire, and died on the scene. The very next day, Lynn Glover, was killed in the same manner. The 38 year old woman was waiting at a bus stop when cars drove by shooting at one another, and died on the scene. In the aftermath of my sister’s shooting, there was a lot of press coverage.
    Dea was a prominent attorney in Lawrence, KS. She worked for two Kansas Supreme Court Justices, and at the time of her death, she was serving as the General Counsel for the Kansas State Department of Education. It was news. Her face was on every local channel and made news around the country as well. What I remember about the coverage was the newscasters saying, “A woman was shot and Deanna Lieber was killed.” over and over. It was disturbing to me that the woman at the bus stop was not named. At the time, my husband asked me why they keep saying that. Why is the news saying “a woman” and then “Deanna Lieber”. Were they the same person, or was there another shooting. I remember telling him that another woman was shot in the neighborhood where Dea was killed. She was a black woman. She also died on the scene. It took me 4 days to find anything online that named the Lynn Glover, and I actually found a video interview of her sister. What I saw in that interview was a demonstration of how little black lives mean to our society. The interviewer asked her sister how she felt about the Deanna Lieber shooting! In the multiple interviews we had following my sisters murder, not one journalist asked us about Lynn Glover. Why would her sister’s life mean less than mine? Why shouldn’t she be named in the news? Why would my sister be on

  •  3  3  6 June, 2020
  • It’s easy to say “you’re doing it wrong” from the sidelines where emotions aren’t maddeningly high and your skin color doesn’t burden you with the pain of generations. I’m not on a high horse — this was my first reaction after seeing the destruction that took place in my home state. The quest for justice is a messy affair. Even if — especially if — you don’t agree with every single thing that is happening in the protests right now, I challenge you to in some way insert yourselves into the uncomfortable, listen to the pain, lean into the heaviness that so many don’t have the choice to simply opt out of. Attending the protest yesterday I saw an incredible amount of beauty an vulnerability, and, yes, some actions by certain individuals that made me frustrated and angry. I’m learning to keep an open heart and open ears, and that the actions of a minority don’t always reflect the intent of the majority. I think the intent of the majority is what needs to be kept the front-and-center focus right now.

First picture is by @lizaloutrout, the rest are my own.
  • It’s easy to say “you’re doing it wrong” from the sidelines where emotions aren’t maddeningly high and your skin color doesn’t burden you with the pain of generations. I’m not on a high horse — this was my first reaction after seeing the destruction that took place in my home state. The quest for justice is a messy affair. Even if — especially if — you don’t agree with every single thing that is happening in the protests right now, I challenge you to in some way insert yourselves into the uncomfortable, listen to the pain, lean into the heaviness that so many don’t have the choice to simply opt out of. Attending the protest yesterday I saw an incredible amount of beauty an vulnerability, and, yes, some actions by certain individuals that made me frustrated and angry. I’m learning to keep an open heart and open ears, and that the actions of a minority don’t always reflect the intent of the majority. I think the intent of the majority is what needs to be kept the front-and-center focus right now.

    First picture is by @lizaloutrout, the rest are my own.

  •  140  8  1 June, 2020
  • Getting closer to our goal of distributing 5,000 Ear Ease pieces across our city and nationwide . So grateful for the support #kmbz #kshb #fox4newskc #phsathome
  • Getting closer to our goal of distributing 5,000 Ear Ease pieces across our city and nationwide . So grateful for the support #kmbz #kshb #fox4newskc #phsathome

  •  8  0  30 May, 2020
  • METEOROLOGIST JOB ALERT!

Do you want to provide weather forecasts for a Super Bowl winning football team? Helping hundreds of thousands of fans plan their tailgate parties this fall!

KSHB, the Scripps NBC Station in Kansas City, and new media partner of the Kansas City Chiefs is seeking an aggressive and experienced Meteorologist for our weekend evening newscasts. In addition you will be the face of our heavily equipped (including radar) “Storm Tracker” vehicle chasing down severe weather and providing live reports from the field.

We seek someone who is a social media rock star and understands the power of proving content to all platforms that not only informs but will engage our viewers. We want someone ready to invest and grow with a station that has a lot of momentum in the market and can help take our weather coverage to new levels.

#KSHB, #weather #meteorologist #kansascity #severeweather #forecasts #storm
  • METEOROLOGIST JOB ALERT!

    Do you want to provide weather forecasts for a Super Bowl winning football team? Helping hundreds of thousands of fans plan their tailgate parties this fall!

    KSHB, the Scripps NBC Station in Kansas City, and new media partner of the Kansas City Chiefs is seeking an aggressive and experienced Meteorologist for our weekend evening newscasts. In addition you will be the face of our heavily equipped (including radar) “Storm Tracker” vehicle chasing down severe weather and providing live reports from the field.

    We seek someone who is a social media rock star and understands the power of proving content to all platforms that not only informs but will engage our viewers. We want someone ready to invest and grow with a station that has a lot of momentum in the market and can help take our weather coverage to new levels.

    #KSHB, #weather #meteorologist #kansascity #severeweather #forecasts #storm

  •  7  0  15 May, 2020
  • Another shipment heading to NY❤️. Today marked our 3000 Ear Ease 😷👂produced since we began in April ! Thank you for your support . Tomorrow at shipment goes to Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, Maryland ! We are beyond honored and excited 🌈🙌
#phsathome #fox4newskc #kshb #kmbz #kmbc9news #covidkindness #i❤️nyc
  • Another shipment heading to NY❤️. Today marked our 3000 Ear Ease 😷👂produced since we began in April ! Thank you for your support . Tomorrow at shipment goes to Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, Maryland ! We are beyond honored and excited 🌈🙌
    #phsathome #fox4newskc #kshb #kmbz #kmbc9news #covidkindness #i❤️nyc

  •  14  0  7 May, 2020

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  • the power of social media 🙌🏼 on monday, I asked for help with care package donations for @communityevergreen, a retirement community where my dad is the CFO, and my grandma lived before she passed away. while on lockdown, the residents have been unable to have any visitors from friends and family, so this simple request started as a way to bring a smile to their faces. you guys responded in a way I could’ve never imagined.
350 of you responded and asked for more info. care packages poured in over the weekend, I’ve received Venmo payments from people who can’t get out to create a package of their own, a @target store manager asked if their store could donate packages, @41actionnews & @jordanbettstv shared our story, local KC small business have asked if they can donate their items, and I’ve heard from countless others who are putting together something similar for nursing homes in their hometowns. from the bottom of my heart, thank you, thank you, thank you. this has filled my cup to the brim this week, and I know the staff, residents, and families, are eternally grateful for your kindness. these are often the people who are forgotten about and you have seen them, loved them, and been such a blessing to them. THANK YOU ♥️
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#kalekouture #communityevergreen #kc #kansascity #kindness #kshb #picoftheday #bekind #kcigers
  • the power of social media 🙌🏼 on monday, I asked for help with care package donations for @communityevergreen, a retirement community where my dad is the CFO, and my grandma lived before she passed away. while on lockdown, the residents have been unable to have any visitors from friends and family, so this simple request started as a way to bring a smile to their faces. you guys responded in a way I could’ve never imagined.
    350 of you responded and asked for more info. care packages poured in over the weekend, I’ve received Venmo payments from people who can’t get out to create a package of their own, a @target store manager asked if their store could donate packages, @41actionnews & @jordanbettstv shared our story, local KC small business have asked if they can donate their items, and I’ve heard from countless others who are putting together something similar for nursing homes in their hometowns. from the bottom of my heart, thank you, thank you, thank you. this has filled my cup to the brim this week, and I know the staff, residents, and families, are eternally grateful for your kindness. these are often the people who are forgotten about and you have seen them, loved them, and been such a blessing to them. THANK YOU ♥️
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    #kalekouture #communityevergreen #kc #kansascity #kindness #kshb #picoftheday #bekind #kcigers

  •  1,468  99  23 March, 2020
  • Sooo this just happened. I had an exclusive interview with Bret Michaels about his Hometown Heroes Tour in KC tonight! You’ll only see this story on 41 Action News tonight - Bret was involved in giving a lovely KC native and veteran, Cheryl, a car! She hasn’t had a vehicle in almost 10 years. Such an honor to be a part of this. Bret was hands down the nicest celeb I’ve ever interviewed and an overall amazing human being! “Don’t need nothin’, but a good time!” Can’t wait to attend his concert tonight!  Check out part of my interview on @kclivetv in the morning! @cars4heroes1 @bretmichaelsofficial @41actionnews. Big thanks to Cindi Rogers and my buddy Darrius for making this possible! .
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#bretmichaels #hometownheroes #hometownhero #poison #nightranger #litaford #interview #exclusive #tvhost #kck #kcmo #kansascity #nothinbutagoodtime #41actionnews #nbc #kshb #lucky #ilovemyjob #80srock #rocknroll #rockon #instagram #picoftheday
  • Sooo this just happened. I had an exclusive interview with Bret Michaels about his Hometown Heroes Tour in KC tonight! You’ll only see this story on 41 Action News tonight - Bret was involved in giving a lovely KC native and veteran, Cheryl, a car! She hasn’t had a vehicle in almost 10 years. Such an honor to be a part of this. Bret was hands down the nicest celeb I’ve ever interviewed and an overall amazing human being! “Don’t need nothin’, but a good time!” Can’t wait to attend his concert tonight! Check out part of my interview on @kclivetv in the morning! @cars4heroes1 @bretmichaelsofficial @41actionnews. Big thanks to Cindi Rogers and my buddy Darrius for making this possible! .
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    #bretmichaels #hometownheroes #hometownhero #poison #nightranger #litaford #interview #exclusive #tvhost #kck #kcmo #kansascity #nothinbutagoodtime #41actionnews #nbc #kshb #lucky #ilovemyjob #80srock #rocknroll #rockon #instagram #picoftheday

  •  217  8  11 November, 2019
  • Aye .. so before y’all go to bed hear me out ..!!!! I was off work.. fina get me some food and crown Apple..😂 got a phone call guy call me asking about my hair unit ... said he really needed it tonite and he would explain later ...so usually when I’m off I’m off.. but something in me said do it .... so i agree told him pull to my shop I’ll be there in 15 min ... long story short he explained that he is Undergoing Chemo!!! That touched me instantly ... said he just wants his confidence back.... made me remember why i even started doing hair units ... To give people a piece of themselves back to them...when i finished he said Damn this looks way better then i ever could imagine he asked me how i do it so clean and natural looking i said man to be honest .. i pray before ever haircut!! So usualy i try to keep profanity off my page  but tonite we gone say 🖕🏾 Cancer!!!!! #hairunit #kcmo #cuthairlaflare #cuthairlaflareproductions #americancersociety
#cancerhairreplacement #kansascity #kctv5 #manweaveunit #manweaveconnect #manweave #fox4news #Kansascitynews #41actionnews #kshb @blackprivilegeorg 
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  • Aye .. so before y’all go to bed hear me out ..!!!! I was off work.. fina get me some food and crown Apple..😂 got a phone call guy call me asking about my hair unit ... said he really needed it tonite and he would explain later ...so usually when I’m off I’m off.. but something in me said do it .... so i agree told him pull to my shop I’ll be there in 15 min ... long story short he explained that he is Undergoing Chemo!!! That touched me instantly ... said he just wants his confidence back.... made me remember why i even started doing hair units ... To give people a piece of themselves back to them...when i finished he said Damn this looks way better then i ever could imagine he asked me how i do it so clean and natural looking i said man to be honest .. i pray before ever haircut!! So usualy i try to keep profanity off my page but tonite we gone say 🖕🏾 Cancer!!!!! #hairunit #kcmo #cuthairlaflare #cuthairlaflareproductions #americancersociety
    #cancerhairreplacement #kansascity #kctv5 #manweaveunit #manweaveconnect #manweave #fox4news #Kansascitynews #41actionnews #kshb @blackprivilegeorg
    Laflare Barber Salon
    4103 troost Kcmo 64110
    816-726-0316

  •  322  43  15 June, 2018
  • #LNSM staffer Katy reps her hometown of Kansas City with this #KSHB mug, which is on Seth’s desk tonight!
  • #LNSM staffer Katy reps her hometown of Kansas City with this #KSHB mug, which is on Seth’s desk tonight!

  •  1,233  15  30 October, 2014