Tuesday, May 30, 2017

The Kansas City Midday Link Look



Charlotte McKinney hotness captured in loving detail in the latest photo set hitting the internets and closer to home here are some afternoon news links . . .

Kansas City Tech Cash Party

Kauffman Foundation dishes $840K to 8 area accelerators

The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation is hitting the gas on its support of area accelerator programs. As part of the 2016 KC Accelerator Challenge , the Kauffman Foundation announced Tuesday that it's awarded a total of $840,000 in grants to eight local venture accelerator programs. "Our goal is to increase entrepreneurial success in Kansas City through high-quality support programs because we know from recent research that more startups lead to higher productivity, wage growth and quality of life for the entire community," Kauffman Foundation CEO Wendy Guillies said in a release.


Mark Alford Has A Cow

Van carrying inflatable cow down highway sends Mark Alford into frenzy

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Transporting inflatables to and from the pool or lake can be a pain. Sometimes they're too big to fit in a vehicle while inflated, but it can be a lot of work to deflate them then refill them at your destination.


Kansas City Tuesday Forecast

First Alert: T-storms possible Tuesday afternoon

WEBVTT OLATHE AND GARDNER AT 55 DEGREES.YOUR FIRST ALERT HOURLY PLANNER FOR KANSAS CITY MORE CONCENTRATED ON THIS AFTERNOON.THAT'S WHEN WE COULD HAVE THE THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPING BETWEEN2:00 AND 6:00 THIS EVENING IN KANSAS CITY.ESPECIALLY RIGHT AROUND 4:00.SO THIS COULD IMPACT THE DRIVE.I DON'T THINK IT WILL HAVE ANY IMPACT ON


Kansas City Golf Winning

KC man's urban golf course at Harris Park gets boost from PGA

Chris Harris's idea for a youth golf course in a blighted neighborhood at 40th and Wayne has grown into a much larger project that will swallow up Harris' house and half the block. Harris has attracted support from the Midwest Section PGA and other major players in Kansas City.


Local Po-Po Good Cause

Nearly 100 local officers run from Olathe to KCK to raise money for Special Olympics

OLATHE, Kan. -- Law enforcement officers across the state of Kansas are carrying the torch for Special Olympics Tuesday. The law enforcement torch run started in Wichita in 1981 with six runners, but it has since gone international with thousands of runners. The Torch Run is the largest fundraiser for Special Olympics in Kansas.


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