Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Another Kansas City Tuesday News Link Peek



Hottie Tessa will never be played out in our minds as we tune out all of the noise and play these local links for all their worth. Checkit:

Celebrate Twice Lucky Kansas City Gambler

Doubly lucky: KC man wins Show Me Cash lottery jackpot for second time

A Kansas City man has hit the jackpot for a second time playing the Missouri Lottery's Show Me Cash game. Donald Shook claimed $156,000 for the June 2 drawing. His winning combination was 15, 19, 26, 28 and 38. Shook also won the jackpot from the May 30, 2009 drawing with a $67,000 prize.


Fossil Fuel Push Back

Kansas City Power & Light To Retire Coal Units, Look Toward Wind - North American Windpower

Kansas City Power & Light Co. (KCP&L) is planning to retire six generating units at the company's Montrose, Lake Road and Sibley coal plants. In 2015, KCP&L announced it was considering retiring the coal units or converting them to an alternative [Read More]


Kansas City Helping Hand

Hundreds of Kansas City families in need get a week's worth of groceries

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Imagine trying to concentrate in school when all you can think about is where your next meal is coming from. That's the reality for about 22 percent of people in Kansas City sitting at the poverty line.


Vice Takes On Kansas

Kansas' shattered economy shows that democracy can still work

Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback deserves the nation's thanks. After his election in 2010, the hard-right Republican embarked the state on an adventure in conservative policy-making by slashing personal income taxes in what came to be known as the "Kansas Experiment." It was an effort to show running a state according…


Show-Me Allegedly Cruel Politico

Missouri parole board member resigns amid word game revelations

ST. LOUIS * Donald Ruzicka, who recently faced scrutiny for playing games involving inmates at parole hearings, submitted his resignation from the Missouri Board of Probation and Parole, officials said Monday. Board Chairman Kenneth C. Jones accepted the resignation, according to a news release.


Nasty KC Ritual Allegations

KC woman danced around a fire and barked at the moon, police say ... and it got wilder

A Kansas City woman dancing around a fire and barking at the moon in Ray County, Mo., Saturday night wound up in jail. Deputies found 35-year-old Tina Baird at Ray County Lake about 11:15 p.m., the Richmond News reported. Baird told Ray County deputies she was in the FBI's witness protection program.


Accident Aftermath Report

57-year-old KC man dies in single-vehicle crash near 51st and Prospect

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Police say a single-vehicle crash near 51st and Prospect Monday claimed the life of a 57-year-old Kansas City, Mo., man. According to police, Robbe E. Gray was headed south around midnight when he lost control. Investigators determined Gray went off the roadway and struck an abandoned building at 5041 Prospect.


Kansas City Second Chance

Woman who jumped from Bond Bridge pulled from Missouri River, Fire Department says

Matt Evans/KMBC SOURCE: Matt Evans/KMBC Woman who jumped from Bond Bridge pulled from Missouri River, Fire Department says Fire crews happened to be training on river Tuesday Kansas City firefighters pulled a woman from the Missouri River Tuesday morning after she jumped in from the Bond Bridge, authorities said.


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3 Comments:

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

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Closing coal in favor of wind? They're nutz. Wind will NEVER pay back in costs. That's great that the massive turbines can generate legitimate amounts of energy in even low winds, however the maintenance, wear and tear, and high initial costs all come back to dollars to dollars, it can not compete with coal (not even close). Also, dollar to dollar, coal can not compete with nuclear (much closer than the "green" energies though). If you want the least "environmentally damaging" highest efficiency conversion of natural resources to electric power, the ONLY answer is nuclear. Unfortunately it is the bane of the left, and years of "capitaaaaaan planet" cartoon in today's bureaucrats means it has been demonized and demoralized in society without any basis in fact. Oddly enough though, France, arguably the most leftist of European States functions on 80% nuke power.

Anonymous said...

Nuclear power sucks to. Wolf creek has to be torn down in less then 10 years. What do you do with all that shit. Put it under ground for 100 years? Wolf creek has never run at full capacity since it opened.da!