Thursday, April 06, 2017

The Kansas City Jodie Morning News Look



Jodie Gasson hotness gets today started as we take a look at some of the top morning links for a day dedicated to misunderstanding the legacy of a forgotten war . . .

Keeping Kansas City 100

Kansas City's National WWI Memorial Prepares For Centenary

As the centennial of the United States' entry into the First World War approaches, eyes across the globe are on Kansas City, Missouri. Today, we learn how

Northeast Politico Chatter

Northeast Newscast Episode 5 w/ 1st District Councilman Scott Wagner

By Paul Thompson KANSAS CITY, Missouri - The April 4, 2017 election is over, and all five ballot questions have been approved by Kansas City, Missouri voters. Question 1 ($600 million for streets, sidewalks bridges) earned 66% of the vote, Question 2 ($150 million for flood control) earned 61%, Question 3 ($50 for new animal shelter, KC Museum renovation, ADA compliance) earned 67%.

Roundup To Ongoing Investigation

What you need to know about Jessica Runions's disappearance

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Jessica Runions went missing nearly seven months ago, and on Wednesday her family finally got some closure. Here are five things you need to know about her disappearance. 1. She was last seen at a party. Runions, 21, was last seen at a party in Belton, Missouri on Sept 8, 2016.

Kansas City Flooded With Requests

Residents in Kansas City flood zones rejoice with vote to help city address issue

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Residents in the metro say it's a priority. Tuesday night's election marks a win for improving flood control in Kansas City, as city leaders take a big step toward addressing areas of the city where floodwaters often rise.

Local Airborne Prep As Well

French Air Force demo team arrives in Kansas City

Kansas City, MO - Fighter jets landed at Kansas City's downtown airport under cloudy skies and blustery winds Wednesday. They've come from France to participate in the WWI Centennial being held at the Liberty Memorial marking the U.S.'s entry into The Great War on April 6, 1917.

Kansas Health Conversation

Sebelius: Patients, not doctors or government, should drive end-of-life care

Former Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius said doctors and government should back off and let patients drive end-of-life care decisions at the Center for Practical Bioethics' annual dinner Wednesday at the Kansas City Marriott Downtown. Sebelius said she tried to encourage that approach in 2009 as secretary of the U.S.

Sound Of Lady Kansas City

KCUR's Band Of The Week: Katy Guillen & The Girls

Katy Guillen & the Girls - the blues-rock trio of guitarist Katy Guillen, bassist Claire Adams and drummer Stephanie Williams - is one of Kansas City's most accomplished bands, touring regularly throughout the country. Their attack recalls classic blues-rock power trios like Cream and Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble.

The song of the day marking the Liberty Memorial centennial is "The Green Fields Of France" covered by the Dropkick Murphys and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

4 Comments:

Anonymous said...

I just became a senior citizen and my insurance company is a piece of shit. If this is any indicator of the future we'll need the Hemlock Society to increase in great numbers.

Anonymous said...

I wondered when Kitty Kat would show her face. When the devil's handmaidens put themselves in bed with health insurance companies, the entire industry become a racket. Your claims are being put in the trash. Go back to your very comfortable tax payer paid retirement. Looking at your face and hearing your voice would make everyone sick.

Anonymous said...

^^^Who do you claim to speak for buffoon?

Pierre Le France said...

Thanks for link to French Air Force demo team.