Wednesday, April 05, 2017

The Kansas City Midday News Splash



Zara Holland and her bikini vacay hotness starts our Kansas City midday peek at some of the more important Kansas City links for right now. Take a look:

Kansas City Smaller Expectations

Developer plans KC's first all-micro-apartment project - Kansas City Business Journal

UC-B Properties, a Kansas City-based urban-core developer, received a unanimous rezoning recommendation from the City Plan Commission on Tuesday for the city's first all-micro-apartment project. John Hoffman and Lance Carlton, both principals with the firm, said they plan a two-story building including 47 300-square-foot apartments in the 5500 block of Troost Avenue.

Kansas Hit Piece Lesson

Principal resigns after student reporters raise concerns

PITTSBURG, Kan. - An incoming Kansas high school principal has resigned after student reporters raised questions about her credentials. The Pittsburg Morning Sun reports that school board members voted Tuesday to accept Amy Robertson's resignation as Pittsburg High School's principal. The main concern stemmed from her receiving her masters and doctoral degrees from Corllins University, an unaccredited, online school.

Show-Me Alleged Sex Trafficking Ring

Wisconsin runaway rescued from home serving as alleged "brothel" in Missouri; 3 federally indicted

MILWAUKEE -- A Wisconsin runaway was located in Columbia, Missouri over the summer, and now three men have been federally indicted in a case involving accusations they induced a total of three victims to travel across state lines to engage in prostitution and illicit sexual activity.

Missing Kansas City Lady Found

Police find missing woman from Kansas City, MO

Police in Kansas City have located a woman who went missing from her home on Monday.

This Week In War Tribute

With World War I Centennial Commemoration In Kansas City, Hope That History Won't Repeat

More than 3,000 people are expected to attend a centennial commemoration of the United States' entry into World War I in Kansas City on Thursday. "It's really appropriate that the national ceremony be here, the place where for the last 90 years, people have been gathering to pay tribute to those who served in World War I," Matthew Naylor, president and CEO of the National World War I Museum and Memorial, says.

Fighting For Kansas City

KC Golden Gloves championships happening this weekend

KANSAS CITY - Most don't know it, but the KC Golden Gloves competition is the longest running sporting event in the metro. And it's happening this weekend. We talk with organizers about the event and what boxing has meant to the area.

Cowtown Clothes Conclusion

Kansas City Fashion Week Ends On a High Note - Sarah Scoop

Kansas City Fashion Week concluded last Saturday night and it was every bit as show stopping as you'd expect. The local talent featured impressive and innovative looks that rivals top designers. Michael Drummond Flowing dresses, interesting textures, and bedazzled boots characterized the former Project Runway contestant's collection on Saturday night.

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

2 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Love the mugshots in the runaway/whorehouse story. Could swear I've seen two of those guys in Ralph Lauren ads.

Anonymous said...

Ww3 has already started, that's why we're in Syria.