Friday, June 23, 2017

The Kansas City Friday Evening Link Look

Hottie Bryana and her latest International modeling victory brings us Kansas City evening inspiration as we collect some of the top links from today's Friday news cycle. Take a peek:

New Po-Po Pad Across The Bridge

New KCPD North Patrol Division Station Replaces 'Bumblebee' On Barry Road

Where Highway 169 meets Barry Road sits the iconic Kansas City Police Department's North Patrol Division station. Interim Chief of Police David Zimmerman says it's affectionately referred to as the "bumblebee" thanks to its black and yellow exterior. That station will officially close its doors Monday, June 26, and a new station will open Wednesday, June 28.

EPIC Courtroom Win For Local Legal Eagles

KC law firm wins $218M verdict against agribusiness company - Kansas City Business Journal

Representing more than 7,000 U.S. corn growers in a class-action lawsuit against Syngenta AG, Pat Stueve of Stueve Siegel Hanson LLP in Kansas City is a co-lead counsel on a legal team that won a $217.7 million verdict. The case was heard in the U.S.

Dead Tree Reports Another End Game

Sears' closing at Metcalf South marks end of an era for former patrons and the community

Standing alone beside the mountain of debris that once was Metcalf South Shopping Center, the Sears store of Scott Lane's youth is passing its final summer surrounded by retail destruction. "I was raised on Sears," said Lane, who grew up just blocks from the shopping center that Sears anchored for nearly 50 years.

More Deets On JoCO Gang Fear

Felony Lane Gang out of Florida reportedly stole purses from cars in Leawood

LEAWOOD, Kan. - Police think a far-reaching gang network targeted Leawood City Park last weekend. The "Felony Lane Gang" out of Florida has targeted Kansas City before, and recent car burglaries fit their M.O. Two women's cars were broken into outside the Leawood Pool on June 17.

Standoff that caused evacuation at KCK apartment complex ends with arrest

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- An apartment complex near North 6th Street and Nebraska Avenue was voluntarily evacuated Friday afternoon as police work to coax a robbery suspect out of a home. At about 4:30 p.m. KCK police say that standoff ended with a robbery suspect taken into custody.

JoCo Doggie Advice

Veterinarians encourage flu vaccinations for dogs to prevent outbreak

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - On Tuesday, June 20, area vet clinics had a city-wide flu vaccination day for dogs. Zeek and Zeus are two of many dogs getting their dog flu vaccination at Hawthorne Animal Hospital. "They're our life," their pet owners, Ed and Joan Carhart, said.

Kansas City Summer Hope

Three Reasons to Believe in the 2017 Kansas City Royals

Here are three big reasons why we should put all our eggs in the basket with the 2017 Kansas City Royals. Hey, remember way back in 2014 when the Kansas City Royals were counted out of just about everyone's playoff predictions? Well, we all know how well that turned out for the "analysts."

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Anonymous said...

Po Po get another new building to hide in, rewarded for doing nothing

Anonymous said...

IS the old new Metro North station going to be converted into a power and light district ...or maybe a new center called Cronie Rosa?

Anonymous said...

Brevard County FL Sheriff Wayne Ivey told residents to arm themselves. He made a 4 minute video declaring "enough is enough", and that his fellow citizens had a right to protect themselves and their families from the "terrorists" commiting violence upon innocents. Maybe some in Felony Lane gang are counting on Toto's Dorothy is not "packing".

Anonymous said...

Class action suits are a scam. I have been involved in a half dozen of them over the decades and these story is always the same. The lawyers get millions and I get a check for under fifty bucks. The bar associations ought to be real proud of themselves for sanctioning this bullshit.