Wednesday, September 20, 2017

The Kansas City News Game Tonight



Tonight we play the local news links with tribute to playful Jordan hotness as we maneuver through the most important items for this evening . . .

Cowtown Crushed Carbon Comeback

Good Samaritan finds engagement ring dropped in Loose Park Pond

A Good Samaritan with a heart of gold and a metal detector came to the rescue of a couple that dropped their ring into Loose Park Pond! Michael Long heard the story of Seth Dixon and his 'splash' proposal to girlfriend Ruth Salas online.


Dead-Tree New Airport Politicking

Councilmembers not set on KCI vote: Trouble for Edgemoor?

The Kansas City Council's decision on a builder for the new KCI terminal, set for a vote Thursday afternoon, appears to be going down to the wire. Interviews with council members Tuesday and Wednesday revealed no consensus for Edgemoor, the choice of the city selection committee that vetted four prospective contractors for the $1 billion project.


More Nasty Corpse Deets

Report: Officer saw 'dark fluid' coming from truck where man's body was found at KCI after 8 months

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - More details are being revealed in the case of the body of a Lenexa man found decomposing in a KCI parking lot for eight months. Randy Potter's family said he had been missing since Jan. 17. On Sept.


Show-Me Real Estate Juxtaposition

$400,000 Homes in New York, Missouri and Maine

TAXES $4,355 a year CONTACT Peggy Lampman, Peggy Lampman Real Estate, 518-851-2277; peggylampman.com Kansas City, Mo. WHAT A newly renovated 1892 house with four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms HOW MUCH $399,000 SIZE 2,969 square feet PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT $134 SETTING This house is in Southmoreland, an up-and-coming neighborhood that includes the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art and the Kansas City Art Institute.


Kansas Convicts Confront Crisis Of Faith

Lawsuit Claims Topeka Prison Imposes Christian Beliefs On Inmates

The American Humanist Association on Wednesday sued Kansas prison officials, alleging the Topeka Correctional Facility promotes Christianity in violation of the First Amendment. The lawsuit, filed in federal court in Kansas City, claims the prison displays prayers and messages on prison bulletin boards, has erected an eight-foot cross in one of its multi-purpose rooms and often broadcasts movies with Christian themes on inmates' televisions.


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

3 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Transmission leak??

baKC said...

Welp, at least they found that clutzy dude's terrible engagement ring! Thank God Kimmel stepped in with a new humongous blood diamond before they found that terrible gotta-be family heirloom.

Also, yep ... let's call it "transmission fluid" because all the other ideas I'm coming up with are not good.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- SHE'S A PINBALL WIZARD

After Jordan jerked back my plunger, sending my balls flying to a new high score, she gave them a KISS and said, "I was made for lovin' you"!!!