Wednesday, July 26, 2017

The Kansas City Stormy Link Pool



Hottie Denise inspires us to dive right into these afternoon links as a cold front and more rain approaches . . .

Kansas City Clouds Coming Rolling In

Multiple rounds of storms, cooler temperatures head toward the Kansas City area

After a weekend of intense heat and a couple of warm weekdays, rain and cooler weather is on the way. Wednesday is expected to continue in the hot and humid trend but quickly change as afternoon storms roll in. A batch of showers and thunderstorms are expected to move through the northern areas of the Kansas City area late Wednesday morning.


Northeast News Soars

A Fly-Along With KCPD's Helicopter Unit

Criminals who decide it's a good idea to run from Kansas City Missouri Police Officers might not realize that the odds are stacked against them. Heavily. More times than not, the fleeing offender is watched, tracked and caught due to the high technology tools available to officers in the city's Helicopter Unit.


Kansas City Trimming Advice

Arborists recommend regular tree maintenance to reduce storm-related power outages, roof damage

As utility crews work to restore power to hundreds of customers almost four days after a severe storm knocked out power to more than 100,000 homes and businesses, landscapers say a lot of the outages could have been avoided.


Diversity Is Good For Local Biz

New study shows KC has diverse and inclusive business and organization

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City businesses and organizations are committed to diversity and inclusion --that's the take away from a survey the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce released Wednesday morning. The Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce contracted with Resource Development Institute to conduct the online study.


Political Netflix Reactions

Local lawmakers introduce new teen suicide prevention legislation

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Netflix original series "13 Reasons Why" has sparked a nationwide discussion about suicide. In the Midwest, it's bringing congressmen from opposite parties together to pen a bill on suicide awareness. This comes after 41 Action News reported about a lack of response from lawmakers when more teenagers died by suicide, including Olathe teen Cady Housh.


Metro Phone Trouble Fix???

AT&T says problem that caused outage for Kansas City customers fixed

Crews are working to fix the problem.


Kansas City Veggie Advice

Cultivate KC issues invitation to promote sustainability, urban agriculture

For a lot of people the term 'food forest' doesn't mean anything, but the idea of developing gardens that resemble woodland ecosystems is catching on in the Kansas City area. Wednesday evening Cultivate Kansas City is meeting at a food forest in Merriam to enjoy some wine and socializing.


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

1 Comment:

Anonymous said...

There's nothing like a Chamber-sponsored online survey to give them the tools to try to claim they're all about diversity and inclusion.
Next time there's a Chamber board meeting, please attend, look around the table, and tell us what you see.
Hypocrisy is such a common characteristic in this sad little town.