Kansas City End Of The Work Week Links!!!
Rosie Jones and India Reynolds start our journey to the end of the work week with a playful volley of hottie pix . . . Also, here are some of our favorite local and regional links that aren't necessarily "talkers" but still worth a click and part of our TKC ritual.
NOW CHECK THESE KANSAS CITY TOP 20 MAINSTREAM MEDIA LINKS TO START FRIDAY MORNING!!!
Here we go:
- Kansas City Royals Stay Losing . . . Still.
- Road news: Closure of ramp from northbound I-435 to northbound I-35 will last until July 8.
- Lesson in goodbyes: Possible last graduation held at Gordon Parks Elementary
- Just for perspective on local news: Man sentenced in Oak Grove hayride wreck
- Student Vs. Faculty: Student, allegedly bullied by teacher, tries to stop future cases of abuse
- Kansas City Crackdown Approval: Father of man killed by K2 sings praises of bust
- Sunflower State Gun Regs: Changes await local governments in new Kansas conceal-carry law
- Rock Chalk Boobie Trap: Police investigating after wire strung between trees injures biker
- Kansas City Booze Bust: The Beacon: It's closed...temporarily?
- Show-Me Higher Ed Ruckus: Missouri's support for private online university is questioned
- Rock Chalk Contract: Ben McLemore selected No. 7 by Kings in NBA draft
- Gov. Brownback Secrets: Kansas governor won't disclose appeals court applicants
- This story just makes TKC wistful: Kansas' Tallgrass Prairie Preserve: Glimpse of yesteryear
- Voting Booth Conflict: Lawsuit Challenges Kansas Photo ID Election Law
- Prohibition Legacy: Diageo Leads Booze Brawl in Missouri
- Box Store Good Deeds Make National News: Kansas Woman, Kathi Rakestraw, Writes Public Letter In Search Of Mysterious Walmart Employee Who Found Her Ring
- Rock Chalk Profit Machine: Kansas quietly monetizes the last valuable piece of college sports TV
- Show-Me Republican Disagreement: Missouri GOP sentiments reflect party's split on immigration
- Crop Trend: Kansas wheat harvest inching closer to Nebraska
- Just A Bit Of A Renaissance: Downtown Kansas City picks up a few new private jobs