Wednesday, May 17, 2017

The Kansas City Hump Day Link Look

Curvy Brit model Katie inspires this bit of local link collection and some of the top news from the current Kansas City news cycle. Take a peek:

Kansas City Ready To Make

KC-based Make48 invention contest to become national TV show

The inaugural season of Make48 will be featured on more than 200 public television stations via American Public Television, reaching about 70 percent of U.S. households. Founded in 2015, Make48 challenges inventors to build a product over a weekend. For the show, however, the competition will be transformed into an educational documentary series showcasing the invention process.

Meth Town Auntie Beat Down Charge

Prosecutors charge woman in Independence homicide, suspect claimed the victim was her aunt

The Jackson County Prosecutor's Office has announced charges in Tuesday's homicide in Independence. Courtney A. Hackney, 32, faces charges of murder second degree and armed criminal action in connection with the beating death of Holly Barnett. Police were called to a home in the 700 block of Walnut Street Tuesday night.

Northeast Destruction Moves Ahead
KCU plan earns recommendation of City Plan Commission
Crime Scene Check Across The Bridge

Police investigating Northland armed burglary with multiple suspects where victim was struck in head

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A burglary victim told police that three men broke into her home on Monday morning, assaulted her and fled after taking money and a laptop. A Kansas City police report says this happened at about 11 a.m. in the 9800 block of N. Highland Place.

Kansas City Good Cause Conclusion???

KC Cancer Survivors Day rally to end after 32 years - unless a new organizer is found

Think of it as a casualty of its own success. Kansas City's annual Celebration of Life rally - a joyful and often emotional recognition of cancer survival that has been a June tradition for 32 years - will be held for the last time this year.

J-Lo's BoyToy Broadcaster

A-Rod to make FS1 booth debut for Thursday's Yankees-Royals game

A-Rod is back with the Yankees ... only this time he'll be calling their game from the broadcast booth.

Celebrate Kansas City Crowd Help

Crowd lifts Cadillac to free pedestrian after two vehicles barrel toward him

An elderly Missourian is lucky to be alive today after a car that had pinned him to the ground was lifted off him by witnesses. According to Orlando Gentry and Troy Robertson were working at a Kansas City, Mo., clothing store when a stolen minivan careened through a red light at 35th and Prospect and was immediately T-boned by a woman driving a gold Cadillac.

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


Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- Miracle Grow

Hanging Gardens of Boobylon!!!

Anonymous said...

I think they are fake. Need a test.

Anonymous said...

Pendleton Heights HISTORIC District? That place is a shit hole. Right around Independence and Hardesty. The medical school campus will bring good things to the area.