Monday, November 27, 2017

Kansas City Early Monday News Prep



For the early morning, hottie Bella in repose inspires this quick peek at some of the top Kansas City MSM links for right now. Checkit:

This Week Inside The Loop
Holiday magic fills the air this week in Downtown KC
Toy Train Wishful Thinking

Kansas City looks to expand streetcar service

Efforts are underway to expand the Kansas City Streetcar north as the transportation service reaches another milestone of more than 3.1 million riders since its inception. The Kansas City Streetcar Authority, Port KC and the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority applied last month for federal funding as part of the U.S.


Big Money MSM Switcheroo With Backing From Sunflower State Political Bosses

Meredith Corp. Buys Time Inc. In Koch-Backed Deal

Meredith Corp., the owner of Better Homes & Gardens, AllRecipes and Family Circle, has struck a deal to buy magazine publisher Time Inc, in an all-cash transaction valued at $2.8 billion including debt, that joins two vastly different media portfolios.


Golden Ghetto Meth Men Allegations

Bust yields 21 pounds of meth picked up at Overland Park hotel, federal charges say

Three men met at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Overland Park to pass on 21 pounds of methamphetamine that was intended to be distributed in the Springfield, Mo., area, according to a federal indictment filed last week. The alleged conspiracy, tracked by a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration task force, came to an end Oct.


Show-Me Money Fight

Payday loan regulations will be up for more discussion in Jefferson City

There will be another attempt to pass a payday loan bill during next year's legislative session in Jefferson City. State Rep. Charlie Davis, R-Webb City, is planning to refile a proposal he submitted earlier this year but did NOT receive a hearing.


Kansas Fight Against Obamacare

GOP candidates fight over health program serving 400,000 Kansans

A fight between the Republican candidates for governor over the state's privatized Medicaid program could shape what happens to the health care of more than 400,000 Kansans. The next governor could abandon a proposed work requirement for some recipients of KanCare, which serves people who are poor, elderly or have disabilities.


The Kansas City Weather Report

StormTrack 5 Forecast: 50s dominate the week in Kansas City

Temperatures will take a dip beginning on Monday.


Sia - Santa's Coming For Us is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

3 Comments:

Les Nesman said...

Why is there a boring white man giving me the weather where a big assed blonde with big tits could be in his place?

That's just shitty local news management right there.

Anonymous said...

Jennifer on Channel 9

Anonymous said...

Heh, heh - Time Magazine - print media - heh, heh.

Way to go Koch Brothers Futurist Dudes, wanna buy a steam engine plant? Also, I hear Whale Oil Lamps are about to make a comeback.

Guess that's one way to get good print coverage for your Dancing Monkey for a couple of months, until such time as you've destroyed Time's credibility too.