Friday, September 29, 2017

The Kansas City Friday Afternoon Look



Joey hotness starts the weekend and here's some of the local links worth a look right now . . .

Celebrate Kansas City Sharks Who Might Have Started The Next Prison Riot

KC attorneys help inmate win case that bans smoking in state prisons - Kansas City Business Journal

When two Kansas City attorneys took on a pro bono case for a convicted double murderer suffering health problems from secondhand smoke, they thought they'd lose for sure. But they didn't. Michael Foster and Phillip Zeeck, attorneys at Polsinelli PC in Kansas City, represented Willie Simmons, now known as Ecclesiastical Denzel Washington.


Local Guv Housing Settlement

Deal reached in Kansas City public housing harassment suit

The Justice Department has reached a settlement in its 2015 lawsuit against the Kansas City, KS Housing Authority and three of its officials over sexual harassment claims. A joint motion for dismissal and settlement agreement was filed Friday in U.S. District Court in Kansas.


Weekend Plans Interrupted

Cornucopia of drugs, guns and cash found in stolen car after KC police chase

A Kansas City man is facing federal charges after he wrecked a stolen car while trying to elude Kansas City police. Diante L. Broadway, 33, is charged in U.S. District Court in with possession with intent to distribute cocaine, possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime, and being a felon in possession of a firearm.




Kansas City Politico Hopeful Gets Smacked Down By Facebook

Rifle raffle video from Missouri Senate candidate taken down by Facebook

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. * A Missouri Republican running for Democratic U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill's seat is challenging Facebook's response to his campaign's raffle of an AR-15 rifle. Former Libertarian presidential candidate Austin Petersen posted a letter Thursday to the Facebook page promoting his campaign, complaining about the removal of a video and status update about the raffle.


Kansas City Tech Human Interest

Man behind the Royals on the radio calling it a career after more than 3 decades in the booth

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Sunday's game against the Arizona Diamondbacks will mark the end of an era for several Royals players, and the same can be said for one man behind the scenes, behind the voices that bring you Royals baseball every time the team takes the field.



Here's Why The Royals Will Suck Next Season

Future of the Kansas City Royals uncertain as core players enter free agency

For many Royals players - this final weekend is bittersweet.


KC Fall According To McTavish

9 Fall Fun Things To Do In Kansas City

The familiar leanings of the fall season can take many forms, from pumpkin picking and chili cooking to spooks and scarecrows - and perhaps even a bit of pining for summer. It's been known to happen! So, like a pile of leaves swirling in the wind, here's a flurry of things to do that could quite possibly make this the very best autumn ever.


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

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Don't worry about the Royals next season.
They will have Alex Gordon for 2 more seasons. He will be a stellar standout..... like he was this year.

Anonymous said...

^^^ LOL!

Anonymous said...

the name Diante says all i need to know

Anonymous said...

Willie is not going to popular in the yard.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- SLURPEE

When I asked Joey, "Why 2 straws?"
she said, "When it comes to sucking I'm bi-"!!!