Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Kansas City Tuesday Halloween News



We're starting strong today with Denise hotness in costume and this powerful collection of Kansas City MSM news to begin our morning. Take a look:

Kansas City Hipster Cuisine

Tap List | Callsign Update & Beerded Man Kitchen Debut

Callsign Brewing (1447 Gentry St., North Kansas City, Missouri) plans to arrive in January or February of 2018, according to co-founders Steve Sirois and Morris Loncon. Sirois and Loncon signed a lease for their building, a former tire patch manufacturer, in May of this year.


Meth Town Endures Trickery

Independence Halloween decoration theft has neighborhood spooked

Halloween decorations have disappeared from an Independence home off Salem Drive, but ghosts or ghouls aren't the culprits. An Independence home owner, who asked to only be identified as Dana, said she noticed several of her Halloween decorations were missing Monday morning.


UnSexy Kansas Training Day

After Allegations, Kansas Legislative Leaders Call For Update Of Sexual Harassment Policy

Kansas legislative leaders have directed their staff to work with the Kansas City-based Women's Foundation to update the Legislature's sexual harassment policy. The move comes amid recent allegations by several former legislative staffers, lobbyists and campaign workers about the prevalence of harassment at the Statehouse.


Show-Me Weed Economy

Editorial: Legalizing medical marijuana sales could boost Missouri's bottom line

The strongest argument for legalizing medical marijuana sales in Missouri is that anywhere from $9 million to $66 million in potential tax revenue is going up in smoke. Missouri is cash-strapped and lawmakers shouldn't turn their backs on a significant way to raise money.


Kansas City Bank Robbery Aftermath

One person in custody after robbery at US Bank along Armour Blvd.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The FBI is investigating a bank robbery that occurred Monday afternoon along West Armour Boulevard. According to Bridget Patton, a spokesperson for the KC FBI, the robbery occurred around 3:40 p.m., at the U.S. Bank.


KC Winning Ways Post Script

Why winning ugly is a good sign for the Chiefs' playoff chances

The Kansas City Chiefs could finish the 2017 season 14-2, with Kareem Hunt as Rookie of the Year and Alex Smith as Most Valuable Player. But if the Chiefs lose in the divisional round of the playoffs, the season will go down as a disappointment.


Shivering Kansas City Halloween

Trick-or-treat forecast chilly, may include a few flurries

No accumulation expected, but a few flakes aren't out of the question Tuesday.


Screamin' Jay Hawkins- "I Put a Spell On You" (Merv Griffin Show 1966) is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

"Legalizing medical marijuana sales could boost Missouri's bottom line"

Well, duh!

Anonymous said...

God,Methdependence is like the apocalypse.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- HUGE ASSETS

Wonder Woman agreed to bring her Amazonian headquarters to KC in a no-bid deal when TKC readers drove a hard bargain!!!

Anonymous said...

Bearded man has one of the crappest beards I seen.

Byron Funkhouser said...

8:05, actually treating meth addiction is simple & straight forward; much more so than alcohol or heroin. Going "cold-turkey" from alcohol can kill you. I was once addicted to meth, & since it's not a psychological addiction, it is a cake-walk compared to my current demon: tobacco.

In all attempts to beat an addiction, there is tremendous anxiety. I had anxiety attacks as a teenager (that my mother misdiagnosed as asthma) that stopped immediately the first time I smoked marijuana.

In the course of my life, I have taken every kind of anti-anxiety drug invented & none of them were as effective as a small bowl of Mexican dirt-weed.

There are so many good arguments for legalizing marijuana that it will never happen.