Tuesday, March 28, 2017

The Kansas City Tuesday Morning Smile



And once again we start our Tuesday inspired by one of the very best Instagram models in the whole, wide world . . . Tessa Fowler and her amazing smile.

And here's the local links we're checking right now . . .

Upbeat Kansas City Food Fight Report

Kansas City Bets New Grocery Store Can Revitalize Linwood Shopping Center

Don Maxwell doesn't mince words when he describes the old shopping center at Linwood and Prospect on Kansas City's East Side. "It's a ghetto," says Maxwell, who used to own the property and still manages it on behalf of the city. "We're getting ready to turn it into a gold mine."

Wake To KCMO Gunfire

Shots fired into home near 67th and Walrond

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City, Mo., police are investigating after someone fired shots into a home near 67th and Walrond around 2:30 a.m. Thankfully no one was hurt during the incident. Police have not said what led up to the shooting or whether anyone has been arrested.

Golden Ghetto Waiting Game

Overland Park fire victims navigate long insurance claim process

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- It's an experience they don't teach in schools. That's what one Overland Park homeowner said, reflecting on a week spent coping with the effects of last Monday's eight-alarm fire, that burned several homes near 115th Street and Ballentine. That neighborhood has been turned upside down, as neighbors continue to recover.

Kansas City Cheapskate Front Office

Clark Hunt: "Never say never" on Jamaal Charles reunion

When the Kansas City Chiefs cut Jamaal Charles earlier this offseason, no one was surprised. Coming off of another injury riddled season, Charles had become cost-prohibitive for a team up against the constraints of the salary cap.

Local Threat Level Rising

Metro school security director says proactive approach needed to combat escalating number of threats

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Threats like the one at Oak Park High School Monday are all too common at districts across the metro - prompting security experts to reassess their plans and responses. "I can't imagine a worst situation than sending your children off to school and being afraid that they`re not coming home," said John Douglass.

Mavericks Still In It

Three teams alive for final playoff spot in Mountain Division

Entering the final two weeks of the 2016-17 regular season, three teams are fighting for the final playoff spot in the Mountain Division. Alaska pulled two points ahead of fifth-place Missouri and three ahead of fifth-place Utah with a 4-2 win against Rapid City on Sunday.

Another Spring Training Sneak Peek

Kansas City Royals 2017 Team Preview

Going into the season the Kansas City Royals face a lot of questions about their future. Clearly the main headline of the their offseason was the tragic death of young pitcher Yordano Ventura in the Dominican Republic in January.

Congratulations from Post Malone is the song of the day and is the OPEN THREAD for the early morning . . .

1 Comment:

Anonymous said...

Don Maxwell lives in Leawood, largely because of the money he made off of the first groundbreaking. He will never shop there, just more money for non KC developers.