Tuesday, August 22, 2017

The Kansas City Tuesday Link Pool



Right now we're also coping with a flood of news as we admire Abby hotness and sort through the most important stuff. Take a look:

Kansas City Startup Talk

With Boulevard in hand, KCMO to celebrate innovation partners at demo day

The Sept. 11 celebration serves as the culmination of Kansas City's three-month Innovation Partnership Program. Launched in 2015, the partnership program connects area startups with city departments to not only identify new efficiencies, but also offer the participating startup firms a chance to earn business with the city.


Lesson In Prison Industrial Complex

Kansas City Teen Wrongfully Arrested And Locked Up For Three Weeks Sues KCPD

A Kansas City teenager who was arrested and detained for three weeks for a crime he didn't commit is suing the Kansas City Police Department and the Board of Police Commissioners in federal court. Fifteen-year-old Tyree Bell was walking home from summer school on June 8, 2016 when he was stopped by an officer and arrested.


Tech Boss Coming To Town

H&R Block names former Uber president as its new CEO - Kansas City Business Journal

H&R Block Inc. hired a new president and CEO to succeed Bill Cobb, who retired at the end of July. Jeffrey Jones' experience includes some of the nation's best-known brands. Until Jones starts Oct. 9, he will be CEO-designate and get started learning about the company (NYSE: HRB) from the ground up - including a planned meeting with company co-founder Henry Bloch.


Help Find This JoCo Lady

Woman reported missing in Overland Park, police say

Police in Overland Park, Kansas, are asking for help in finding a missing woman. Diana R. Workman was last seen in the 8300 block of Wedd Street on July 13. Authorities said she last contacted her family on Aug. 18, through social media. Police said Workman has been known to frequently visit Olathe and Kansas City, Missouri.


THIS Series Is The Season

Kansas City Royals: Salvador Perez activated for Rockies series

The Kansas City Royals made the announcement on Tuesday that fans have been waiting for weeks to hear: Salvador Perez is back. His presence behind the plate has been sorely missed since he was placed on the disabled list with an intercostal injury on August 6.


This is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

7 Comments:

Anonymous said...

KCPD is a huge embarrassment for our city.

Anonymous said...

What about Benson ?

Anonymous said...

KCPD will pay out on that one!

Anonymous said...

"New efficiencies for city departments".
In KCMO?
Hahahahahaha!!!

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- Index Of Refraction

Objects below water-line may appear wetter and tighter than they actually are!!!

Anonymous said...

Fifteen-year-old Tyree Bell gonna get a new car for his 16th birthday

Anonymous said...

I am a KCPD cop and I agree they should pay. That should never have happened.