Friday, April 21, 2017

The Kansas City Midday News Link Sit Down



Abby hotness along with all her friends and this important collection of Kansas City midday links right now. Take a peek:

Kansas City Hog Wild

Pennsylvania's loss is KC Harley plant's gain - Kansas City Business Journal

Harley-Davidson Inc. plans to lay off 118 workers at its York, Pa., plant and add the same number of positions at its Kansas City facility. Reuters reports that Harley informed its York employees of the plan on Thursday, two days after the company (NYSE: HOG) reported a 25.6 percent fall in quarterly profit.

Meth Town Morning Gunfire Recap

Shooting injures 1 at Independence QuikTrip

A shooting injured one person late Thursday at a busy Independence QuikTrip.

Vegas & Kansas City Meth Return Trip

Man arrested allegedly with drugs in Kansas City should have stayed in Vegas

For Hector Hernandez-Bobadilla, it really should have stayed in Vegas. The "it" being the more than one pound of methamphetamine he was arrested with in Kansas City, according to court documents. Hernandez-Bobadilla, 43, is now charged in U.S. District Court in Kansas City with possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine and aggravated identity theft.

Lesson In Pain

Front end of KCKSD school bus destroyed in crash

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- A bus in Kansas City, Kan., ran off the road and into trees Friday morning. The incident occurred around 10:15 a.m. near 64th Terrace and Parallel Parkway. There is no word on what caused the incident.

Show-Me GOP Slap Fight

Gov. Greitens' nonprofit zeroes in on GOP state senator in online ad

Missouri state Sen. Rob Schaaf has his hands in a lot of important legislation this session, yet he's still made time to criticize Republican Gov. Eric Greitens over his new nonprofit. A New Missouri Inc., which isn't beholden to campaign finance laws and doesn't have to disclose its donors, is fighting back, publishing a digital ad this week that says the St.

Rock Chalk Native Discovery

'Lost city' discovery: Kansas site sheds new light on Native American history

Archaeologists have found incredible evidence of a huge Wichita Indian town in Kansas that was once home to 20,000 people. Donald Blakeslee, a professor of archaeology at Wichita State University, told Fox News that experts harnessed 400-year-old Spanish documents and modern technology to locate the long-lost town of Etzanoa near Arkansas City, Kansas.

Lunch Link With Local Foodies

Deli Revivial And Sandwiches

Why did the old-school Jewish deli go away ... and why are people interested in reviving it now? Then, KCUR's Food Critics search out the best sandwiches

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

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