Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Rolling With Kansas City Links Tonight



This evening we offer tribute to rising mogul hottie Ewa and take a moment to consider this important local news items among a great many crashes this evening. Take a peek:

Kansas City Tech Pitch Contest

InvestMidwest: 7 KC-area companies make their pitch - Kansas City Business Journal

In a quest for cash, seven high-growth, Kansas City-area companies made their pitches Wednesday to an audience of venture capitalists, investment bankers and corporate and private investors. Before the pitches began, EyeVerify Inc. CEO and founder Toby Rush gave an impassioned keynote address about his entrepreneurial journey and offered some advice for entrepreneurs

Local Ladies Show Pink Pride

Thank you Komen Kansas City for all your work raising awareness and fighting breast cancer

Long before I was diagnosed with breast cancer in June, 2011, I knew all about the good works of Komen Kansas City. After being diagnosed I became a recipient of their caring concern and support.

Tragic Crashes Abound In KC Tonight

Deadly crash reported on I-435 NB at Stadium Drive

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City police dispatchers say a car crash killed one person on northbound I-435 at Stadium Drive on Wednesday night just before 7. That exit is currently closed for scene investigation and cleanup. Further details haven't been released yet, but FOX 4 is working to gather more information, refresh this page for updates.

Show-Me Red Light Camera Reaction

Missouri lawmakers advance plan to ban red-light cameras

Missouri lawmakers advance plan to ban red-light cameras Proposal needs another vote of approval to move to Senate Lawmakers are advancing a proposal to ban Missouri cities and counties from using red-light cameras. House members in a voice vote Wednesday gave initial approval to the ban, which would prohibit the cameras used to catch traffic violations such as speeding and running red lights.

Controversial Crackdown Report

Abortion restrictions, including 20-week abortion ban, getting push from Missouri lawmakers

JEFFERSON CITY * Missouri lawmakers will continue to prioritize abortion restrictions in the second half of the legislative session, with House and Senate leaders throwing support behind several proposals, including a ban on all abortions in the second trimester of pregnancy.

More Rock Chalk School Cash

Kansas Lawmakers Expect To Add Millions To School Finance Bill

Kansas legislative leaders took a couple of days to try to persuade some members of the House K-12 Budget Committee to accept $75 million more in school funding, according to legislators on both sides of the aisle. But the hardball tactics apparently failed.

Kansas City Public Service Ad Game: Averting Tracks To Destruction

With opioid deaths on the rise, KC's VML partners with First Call to end the shame of addiction

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Most people in their 40s don't think about death being on their doorstep, but nine years ago, that was a very real scenario for Susan Whitmore. "I don't think I would be alive today if I had continued down that path," said Whitmore.

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1 Comment:

Anonymous said...

We can talk about the murders as overdoses but we can't talk about the drug war?