Tuesday, August 29, 2017

The Kansas City Tuesday Early Look



We begin our Tuesday with Billie Faiers because she is both busty fashionista and a social media mom as well - Proving that there's two sides to every story . . . Which is probably the case for these Kansas City mainstream media links. Take a look:

Kansas City Rescue Mission

Kansas City duo that rescued local family heads to Houston with tactical truck

The unlikely rescuers who helped a Kansas family of seven trapped on their roof have departed to Houston in hopes of helping others impacted by flooding. Their heavy expanded mobility tactical truck (HEMTT) was used last week to rescue Kansas City residents left stranded on their roof in floodwaters.


Police Need Help Finding This Youngster
Riverside police say 13-year-old girl missing and endangered
Double Back: Latest Meth Town Shooting

Man walking along the street in Independence shot

The incident happened near 23rd and Harris


Local Doggie Biz Good News

KC Animal Health Corridor brings food lab to Olathe - Kansas City Business Journal

A North American analytical services company will open a new food testing laboratory in Olathe. Maxxam Analytics, a Canada-based subsidiary of global testing company Bureau Veritas, announced the new location Monday. The 3,000-square-foot laboratory will be at the Kansas State University Olathe campus.


Consumer Trash Report

KCK car wash owner spots pest control worker illegally dumping rat poison from truck into a bay

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- A KCK pest control company is under investigation about how one of its workers disposed toxic chemicals. Brian Underwood, owner of the car wash at 7512 Leavenworth Road, says while sweeping up one of his car wash bays, he noticed turquoise pellets in the debris.


Community Complaint Ruckus

Neighbors fed up with trash around Northland house

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Neighbors fed up with what they call an eyesore on one person's property are demanding some city leaders take action. Karie Bradley and her neighbors are tired of seeing a pile of clutter driving by Waukomis Drive and Bryan Avenue.


Local Scribe Inspiration

Author finds the formula for success at Du-Good Chemical on South Jefferson

For more than 50 years, Lincoln I. Diuguid worked as a researcher and inventor at his Du-Good Chemical company on South Jefferson Avenue in St. Louis. But it was his formula for community engagement that would have a lasting impact on countless African-American youths.


Kansas City Tennis Good Life Travel

How A Kansas City-Based Team Helps Tennis Player Jack Sock Compete Around The World

The top five men's tennis players in the world are at least 30 or older. Twenty-four year old Jack Sock of Overland Park is part of the sport's next generation hoping to change that. When the U.S. Open Championships begin today, Sock has big ambitions.


Controversial Taylor Swift song "Look What You Made Me Do" is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

3 Comments:

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- LAZY BOY MODEL

Billie gets off on "hardwood" furniture!!!

Anonymous said...

Stay evil Kansas City

Anonymous said...

Drove by the Junk Yard in the Northland that the article calls a House, didn't look like there had been any fire at the location. So I made a point of driving by again (slowly) on my return, there wasn't any evidence of a fire at all. It's a STONE House!

The only fire there must have been Larry Dilts' pants blazing!

Hope Channel 41 keeps some heat on the City, three years is far too long for this bad a situation to have been ignored, even in Kansas City!

Don't really have much hope, though. This mess is in the Northland, and for at least the past 45 years the City has done its best to ignore the entire area completely!

Considering that the 39% of KC's population in the Northland provides 68% of the City's revenues (not even counting the $ from the Airport), and less that 16% of the City's Budget was spent north of the River last year, it becomes easier to understand why there is a growing call for DE-ANNEXATION, doesn't it?

Gerrymander (illegally under your own rules) all you want, split districts up to force under representation all you want (What ya gonna do when more than 50% of KC lives north?),and continue to slander the Northland residents all you want, but the Northland is diverse in population but united in anger, and becoming more and more closely united in our dissatisfaction with the shenanigans of "Baja KC".