Wednesday, April 26, 2017

The Kansas City Early Morning Link Laugh



For the early, early morning we offer a peek at Kansas City mainstream media links and Leanne Crow HOTNESS that keeps us interested in all Internets topics overall.

Take a peek:

Kansas City Water Equity

WaterEquity launches $50M social impact fund to bridge water, sanitation gap - Kansas City Business Journal

A Kansas City nonprofit co-founded by Matt Damon wants to bridge the gap to accessible clean water and sanitation solutions while simultaneously providing a financial return to investors. Water.org's affiliated nonprofit WaterEquity recently launched a $50 million social impact investment fund to serve the poor in South and Southeast Asia, including India, Indonesia, the Philippines and Cambodia.


Golden Ghetto Moderate Revolution???

Too Early To Think About Kansas Legislative Elections? Not For Grassroots Johnson County Groups

Just because Kansas had an election a few months ago doesn't mean people aren't already thinking about 2018 legislative campaigns. Grassroots organizations in Johnson County are multiplying and starting to plot how they will elect more moderate Republicans and Democrats to the Kansas Legislature.


Local Lady Survivor Story

Kansas City mom shot in the head says 'it's a miracle' she survived

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- More than a week after getting shot in her head, the woman, still doesn't want us to reveal her name. Her family says they're still receiving threats after the shooting and they're all concerned about their safety. "Man I'm in so much pain right now.


Midtown Kansas City Destroyed

Westport proposal wraps apartments around Char Bar, puts park on a garage, builds hotel

A proposal for Westport by Pulse Development and Action Pact would cost between $60 million and $70 million and involve no public financial assistance. Westport Terrace at Manor Square is an update of an earlier proposal that lowers the height of the apartment building and adds a motel and lofts.


Local Bi-Partisan Effort To Save Lives

Kansas, Missouri congressmen working on bill for suicide prevention in schools

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Two local Congressmen are working together on legislation for suicide awareness in schools after a Johnson County mother pushed for change following her daughter's suicide. Congressman Kevin Yoder (R - Overland Park, Kansas) and Congressman Emmanuel Cleaver (D - Kansas City, Missouri) tell 41 Action News they plan to introduce a bill for suicide prevention in schools.


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3 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Kansas City should think about getting our own water services into shape before we take on the problems of other nations.

Anonymous said...

Killa City don't care about human beings , Democratic party punk ass panzies just want to grab as m

Silverback Sly said...

We got shit floating down the Missouri River but our main concern is the shape of a mud puddle in Kenya...#priorities