November 9, 1935 is the Birthday of Bob Gibson

November 9, 1935 is the birthday of Hall of Fame Cardinal’s pitcher, Bob Gibson.  

Women’s Bar Association of Kansas City

On November 8, 1917, after the all-male Kansas City Bar Association repeatedly turned her away, Mary Tiera Farrow and 20 other female lawyers formed the Women's Bar Association of Kansas City.

Jefferson Airplane Debuts on KSHE

On November 7, 1967 an icon is born when St. Louis radio station KSHE plays “White Rabbit” by the Jefferson Airplane as the first song, following their format switch to rock ‘n’ roll music.

The Death of Tina Isa

On November 6, 1989, Tina Isa was stabbed to death by her father saying, “Die my daughter, die,” while her mother held her arms.

November 5, 1796 is the Birthday of U.S. Senator Fields

November 5, 1796 is the birthday of U.S. Senator Lewis Fields Linn.  Following a distinguished career several counties and towns across the western U.S. were named for him.

November 4, 1925 is the Birthday of Doris Roberts

On November 4, 1925, Doris Roberts (Doris May Green) was born in St. Louis.  She is best known as Ray Barone’s mother and Frank’s “trophy wife" on the sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond.

Cardinals Sportscaster Hit by a Car

On November 3, 1968, Cardinals sportscaster, Harry Caray was hit by a car on Kingshighway.

“Good Roads” Amendment

On November 2, 1920 the “good roads” amendment was passed to build and improve the state’s roadways and bridges. 

First Train at Union Station Kansas City

On November 1, 1914, the first train arrived at Union Station in K.C. 

Opening of the Lexington Bridge

On October 31, 1924, the Lexington Bridge across the Missouri was opened. In 2005 it was replaced with a more modern structure.