Monday, June 05, 2017

The Kansas City Link Wave Tonight



Candice hotness inspires tonight's wave of all the important Kansas City mainstream media news links . . .

Pesky Local Problem

Warning: ticks likely abundant in Kansas City this summer

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Health and agriculture professionals are warning everyone in the region that ticks and the diseases they carry could be on the rise this summer. The concern comes after consecutive mild winters and an increase in tick activity this spring.


Kansas City History Buried

Unmarked graves at KCI? Man hopes past isn't forgotten

A Kansas City man says he wants to make sure that the past is not left behind as the future of Kansas City International Airport is debated. "We're talking about tens of thousands of unmarked graves, white folks and slaves too," said Warren Watkins. Watkins thinks those bodies could be on KCI property.


Meth Town Suspect Denial

Suspect in deadly road rage shooting pleads not guilty

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - John Young is the man police say shot and killed 19-year-old Christopher Hutson last Thursday afternoon at 104th and Holmes. Young made his first court appearance on multiple charges that include murder and unlawful use of a weapon.


More Deets On Kangaroo Acting Up

UMKC Theatre Says Budget Cuts Threaten Program's Future

The University of Missouri system is facing a $101 million budget crunch due to cuts in state funding, as well as declining enrollment at the campus in Columbia. UM System President Mun Choi on Friday presented plans for the budget in fiscal year 2018.


Forecast This Week

First Alert: Next chance of rain not expected until Fri.

WEBVTT TIME.FIRST ALERT LIVE RADAR, FURTHERDOWN TO THE SOUTH, YOU CAN SEETHIS ONCE AGAIN FROM SEDALIA,PUSHING AWAY.IT MEANS FOR THE TO THE NORTHAND NORTHWEST, THINGS ARELOOKING GOOD.87 BY FIVE, 86 DEGREES BY 6:00P.M.


And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .

1 Comment:

Anonymous said...


Great Candice pic!

Helps balance out that gross photo of a black DUDE in a thong, at the top left.