Saturday, April 01, 2017

Kansas City Saturday Afternoon Link Grab



Sara Malakul Lane and her Ramen munching hotness inspire this afternoon snack of Kansas City mainstream media news that's worth a click. Checkit:

Fear Northeast Kansas City Poltergeist Plot

Recreation Department Excavates Indian Mound

Northeast News The ancient Indian burial site located below the Indian Mound near Gladstone Boulevard and Belmont was excavated by the city's Recreation and Parks Department yesterday after a series of buried automobiles was discovered by a man walking his dog. "We really didn't know what to expect," said department spokesperson Rory Davis.

Golden Ghetto News Flash

Olathe man accused of exposing himself may be tied to other lewd acts

An Olathe man was arrested one day before his 28th birthday after he was accused of exposing himself to a woman while driving early Friday near Strang Line Road. Matthew DeLair was charged in Johnson County with one count of lewd and lascivious behavior. He was later released on his own recognizance.

Fanboys Save Local Lives!!!

Star Wars fans to attempt record-setting lightsaber battle to benefit Children's Mercy

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Jedi of Kansas City, get your lightsabers ready. An epic battle is on the horizon. Unlike the combat seen in the Star Wars films, this battle will be saving lives. Star Wars fans have teamed up to host a fun, family-friendly event for a good cause, and hopefully to set a world record.

No Joke: Police cruiser struck in chase that leads to double arrest at I-435 & Gregory

High-speed pursuit ends on I-435 past 63rd Street

Two people were taken into custody after a high-speed pursuit on I-435 in Kansas City. The chase ended just past 63rd Street. The Clay County Sheriff's Office said that about 4:30 p.m., deputies tried to stop a car after recognizing a person inside wanted on a felony warrant.

Tragic Golden Ghetto Domestic Drama

Woman stabbed in Olathe on Saturday; suspect has died

A woman was stabbed this morning in what police believe is a domestic incident. The suspect has died.

Headband Tribute Ruled Out (Sorry)

Independence community wears their support for Ofc. Wagstaff on their wrists

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. -- The people of Independence are coming together by the hundreds to show Officer Wagstaff's family they are not alone. Inside the home with a single blue ribbon tied around tree, is an Independence woman who has never met Officer Wagstaff but is hoping to provide some comfort to his family.

Wild West Out In The Stix

Bank of the West robbed in Liberty

LIBERTY, Mo. - The FBI says a Bank of the West branch in Liberty was robbed Saturday morning. Police say a white man, between the ages of 55 and 60, entered the bank at about 10:35 a.m. at 850 South 291 in Liberty. He allegedly handed the clerk a demand note but no weapon was shown.

Celebrate Rock Chalk Runner-up Prize

KU coach Bill Self to be inducted in Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

Kansas men's basketball coach Bill Self will be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, the Hall announced Saturday. A first-ballot inductee, Self becomes the 20th person associated with Kansas basketball to be inducted, the last being coaching legend John McClendon, who was inducted last year for a second time, according to a news release from KU Athletics.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous said...

"Recreation Department Excavates Indian Mound"

Which only proves that sacred Indian grounds are only untouchable when the libtards find out there is a pipeline project in the works. Gosh no fake American Indians in head dress running around protesting KC and getting arrested? Interesting!!!

Anonymous said...

Bill Self is being inducted in the Basketball Hall of Fame for having the most #1 seeds that never made it to the Final Four.