Friday, May 26, 2017

Kansas City Friday First Look



Ferananda hotness inspires this quick peek at more than a few morning links to get our start our Kansas City journey to the weekned.

Take a look:

MSM KCMO Curfew Warning Follow-Up

Kansas City's summer curfew starts Friday

Kansas City's curfew starts Friday night in the city's five entertainment districts. That means kids 15 and under need to be home by 10. And 16 and 17-year-olds need to be home by 11. And in those entertainment districts, if they want to be there after 9 PM, minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.


Flyover Country Big Money

Who are the highest-paid CEOs in Kansas and Missouri? - Kansas City Business Journal

The Associated Press and executive data firm Equilar released their list of the highest-paid CEOs in each state for 2016, and one of them is in the Kansas City metro, The New York Times reports. Only publicly traded companies with more than $1 billion in revenue that filed proxy statements with federal regulators between Jan.


Meth Town Takeaway

Surveillance video captures smash and grab at Independence home

Thieves smashed their way inside an Independence man's home as his crystal-clear surveillance cameras rolled. The suspects never thought the video would see the light of day because it was stolen, along with more than $8,000 worth of belongings. But detectives discovered the spot where the thieves had stashed the victim's surveillance camera hard drive.


Jackson County Remembers Ruskin

A Community in Ruins

What likely began as an ordinary evening on May 20 back in 1957 quickly turned deadly as an F-5 tornado tore a 71-mile path of destruction, beginning in Spring Hill, KS, and bouncing through Ottawa, KS, Grandview, Hickman Mills, Martin City, Knob Town and Ruskin Heights.


McTavish Starts Summer Fun

6 Musical Things To Do In Kansas City This Memorial Day Weekend

Music does so much. But, perhaps most importantly, it accommodates. Take this weekend's cooperative passel of concerts encompassing multi-day celebrations of world-class jazz and roots music, the first gig of an English rock icon's new international tour, cutting-edge DJs creating throbbing dreamscapes for the dance crowd and Kansas City's own musical salute to Memorial Day.


Gucci Mane - Hurt Feelings is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

2 Comments:

Crazy Clown said...

Ohhh boy, cal already hear the news reports

Violence breaks out at Venue, by teenage thugs from the Ghetto' Hood, Mayor Sly James to make announcement ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Sly say,,,, KC has a Hood ?????? where ????????????????

Sly only knows about the Airport and City Hall , the rest of the city however he's clueless !!!!

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