Friday, March 24, 2017

The Kansas City Friday After Work Look



Mariah Lee Bevacqua and her casual Friday hotness brings us to our final link compilation for Friday and a quick peek at the most important local links at this point in the news cycle. Checkit:

Kansas City Looks For Bus Money

Prospect MAX Moving Forward, But Federal Funding In Flux

The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) describes the Metro Area Express, or MAX, as "light rail on rubber tires." The city's bus rapid transit launched in 2005, and serves residential and commercial corridors along Main Street and Troost Avenue.

Inner-City Runaround

Police pursuit ends in crash in East KC

A police chase ended with a crash on the eastern side of Kansas City on Friday afternoon. Police were chasing a homicide suspect when the chase ended in the area of Peery and Fuller, which is a block north and west of 12th and Bennington.

On The Lookout For This Dude

Attempted murder suspect wanted by FBI may be in KC

Attempted murder suspect wanted by FBI may be in KC Frank Junior Sanchez, 26, is wanted out of Jefferson County, Colorado for his alleged involvement in the attempted murder of a man in February in Littleton The Federal Bureau of Investigation is asking you to keep an eye out for a wanted attempted murder suspect who could be in the Kansas City area.

Cleaning Up Trashy Kansas City Legacy

Kansas City's Waste Management Works to turn around predecessor's rubbish reputation

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Her bright safety jacket isn't the only thing that stands out for Julie Moore. "The pay is good, the benefits are good, and I thought it would be a good opportunity for me," said Moore, a Waste Management driver.

More Local Anti-Crime Chatter

Violence Free KC Committee says violence is a public health issue in KC

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Violence Free KC Committee is continuing its efforts to show how violence is a public health issue in the city. "If you live in a home or you live in an area where you're constantly witnessing violence, that violence, you take that in, and then you spread it from person to person to person," said Denesha Snell, Public Information Officer for the Kansas City Health Department.

Sports Newsies Doubt Kansas City Again

Best reason to watch: Royals' last chance?

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Kansas City Movie Man Tribute

KC FilmFest, And What's Showing In Independent, Foreign And Documentary Film

It's an exciting year for the Kansas City FilmFest. We preview the high-profile guests coming to town, the inclusion of the Dog Film Festival and the top Midwest films of the year like Then, 's indie, foreign and documentary film critics explore movies now showing in the metro area including Wilson, The Last Word, Song To Song, The Lure, The Sense Of An Ending, Kedi, Get Out and I Don't Feel At Home In This World Anymore.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

1 Comment:

Anonymous said...

Blacks blaming their own inherent violence like a make-believe disease. Monkey see violence, monkey shoot up neighborhood "'cause we caughts the biolenz bug!'