Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Kansas City Tessa Early Tuesday



We start Tuesday with tribute to Tessa and this shower of news links closer to home. Take a look:

Kansas City Downpour Cont'd

First Alert: Plan for a wet commute - spotty showers possible all day Tuesday

Tune in to First News for weather and traffic updates starting at 4:30 a.m. Tuesday.


KCMO Court Check

KCMO.gov " Construction to limit Municipal Court operations May 25-26

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 22, 2017 The Kansas City Municipal Court will limit court hearings and payment operations on May 25-26 due to construction-related power outages in parts of the building. As a result, the courthouse closes at noon this Friday.


JoCo Spy Cam Conviction

Exclusive video: Former Merriam Public Works director caught stealing gas

MERRIAM, Kan. - Video captures former Merriam Public Works Director Randy Carroll pulling up to the city fuel truck in the public works garage and filling his personal truck with gas. Carroll then pulls out of the garage and hoses off the floor to cover his tire tracks.


Kansas City Gunfire Salvation

Church greeter injured in shooting believes God spared his life

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Sunday church service was interrupted with several gunshots, lots of screams, and a man grazed in the head by a bullet and crashed through a window. It happened inside the House of Refuge Family Worship Center near Hillcrest and E. 109th Street Sunday morning.


Help Find This Pick-Up Suspect

Lenexa Police working to identify this man in connection with a stolen vehicle investigation

The incident happened in the 9700 block of Rosehill Road.


Meth Town Spring Cleaning

Independence cleans up buildings in disrepair

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - If you drove down 24 Highway in Independence six months ago, you might have noticed an abandoned mechanic shop. It's windows broken, paint peeling off its walls. But today, it almost looks like a different building. "It's much cleaner now," said Noble Maynard, who lives down the street.


Dead-Tree Taco Tuesday Report

In-a-Tub vs. Taco Via: What's the difference?

The Star's Sarah Gish breaks down the key differences between the food served by two beloved Kansas City-area taco shops: In-a-Tub and Taco Via.


Metro Commuter Crackdown Underway

National 'Click It or Ticket' safety campaign begins

The U.S. Department of Transportation's annual "Click It or Ticket" safety campaign starts Monday and runs through June 4. Police nationwide are be on the lookout for drivers and passengers who are not buckled up. Overland Park Police Officer John Lacy said he taught his children from a young age to put on their seatbelts every time they get in a car.


Katy Perry - Swish Swish is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD to start Tuesday.

3 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Now if Independence could fix those dirty bastards at city hall, starting with Wier, and the worthless bureaucrats in 15 days that would be something to brag about.

Anonymous said...

Appears Merriam has the same problems of stealing the public blind as they do in Wyandotte County. Personnel problem alright. Bloated city governments filled with lying thieves with life time high salaries, benefits, perks and huge pensions they would never received in real life. And the icing on cake, the crooks let him off without servicing his full probation.

Anonymous said...

Holy Cow...Damn Tessa is smoking hot!!
Glazer says she's a solid 8.5