Wednesday, October 04, 2017

The Kansas City Wednesday Morning Look



We start the day with Josie hotness and work our way forward with Kansas City links that are worth a glance right now. Take a look:

City Hall Doggie Audit Deliberations
KCMO Animal Control audit highlights communication, documentation breakdowns
Golden Ghetto Bad Credit Suspect

Can you help identify this Overland Park credit card theft suspect?

The Overland Park Police Department is asking for help to identify a suspect in a stolen credit card case. Police said a person's wallet was stolen from a vehicle in the 7500 block of W. 69th on September 10. The suspect pictured here used a credit card from that wallet at a retail store in the 11500 block of W.


Kansas City Biz Finds Higher Ground

Flooded businesses at 103rd and Wornall find new life down the street

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- It's a routine Bob Yancey would do every day - open his business, Tavern on 103rd. "It was such a great location for such a long time," Yancey said. A popular spot at 103rd and Wornall is now deserted. "It's just sad.


Soggy Kansas City Coming Soon

Kansas City could see month's worth of rain this week

Rain is on the way beginning Tuesday evening. Since the flooding rains of August, showers have been mostly absent over the past several weeks, stressing lawns while drying up ponds and streams in our area.


KC Metro Crime Victims Kvetch On FB

Popular metro Facebook group working to become charity wants to serve as a 'Red Cross for theft victims'

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The creators of a popular metro Facebook group that aims to fight crime are in the process of applying to become a 501(C)(3) Charity. Group "Stolen KC" has nearly 90,000 members.


Meth Town Will Soon Take More Calls

New Independence dispatch center taking shape

Groundbreaking for the new Independence Communications Center, which will serve as the new home for police and fire dispatch, is scheduled for Oct. 16.The City Council on Monday approved the construction manager at-risk contract with McGownGordon for $3.187 million.


Kansas City Moneyball Fluke FOREVER!!!

Kansas City Royals: End of the Forever Royal Era

"It's over." Those are the exact words that sprung forth from my lips on Sunday afternoon when Eric Hosmer, Mike Moustakas, Lorenzo Cain, and Alcides Escobar left the field for the final time as members of the Kansas City Royals. It's truly the end of an era.


One More Light (Official Lyric Video) - Linkin Park is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

1 Comment:

Anonymous said...

on the credit card guy's photo: the circle is a film worth watching to see wherevthings are going.