Wednesday, November 22, 2017

The Kansas City News Link Sit Down



Tonight we take a quick moment to consider all things Kansas City along with Britney hotess before the holiday.

Take a look:

Flyover Country Identity

Embracing (or Rejecting) The Midwest

What does it mean to be a Midwesterner? It's a hard question to answer, but there's definitely something unique about this land between coasts. From our hardworking ethic to our passive-aggressive attitude, we discuss the characteristics, attitudes and habits (both good and bad) that define being Midwestern. Guests:


Talking Northland Future Tonight

If we want to replace the Buck O'Neil Bridge, tolls aren't the way

A proposal to collect tolls on Kansas City's Buck O'Neil Bridge should be stopped in its tracks. The idea surfaced recently, as the city searches for ways to pay for its share of replacing the state-owned bridge. It could cost $200 million or more for a new bridge.


Search For Kansas City Justice

Reward increased as police continue search for Kansas City man's killer

Saturday marks one year since a Kansas City man was robbed, shot and killed near 49th and Bellefontaine, and investigators are still looking for a suspect.


Snail Mail Brookside Debacle

Closed Brookside post office problem for customers - KSHB.COM

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The front door at the Country Club Station post office in Brookside is temporarily closed. USPS officials blame the results of a safety inspection. Two and a half weeks after an emergency shutdown of the Country Club Station on Nov.


After The Fact Political Bravery

Sebelius: Clinton WH "doubled down" on "abusive behavior"

"Not only did people look the other way, but they went after the women who came forward and accused him," says Kathleen Sebelius, the former secretary of Health and Human Services and Kansas governor. "And so it doubled down on not only bad behavior but abusive behavior.


Tiger Trouble Over Fees

Tuition waivers for Mizzou employees may be in jeopardy

The University of Missouri System tuition waivers for employees could be jeopardized under certain versions of the tax overhaul plan being debated in Congress.


Today's Murder Tribute

Hundreds gather for KCK student's vigil

Breaking News 15 year old December Htoo was a standout student at JC Harmon High School in Kansas city, Kansas. He was found shot to death over November 17, 2017 inside the laundromat where he worked at called Maple Hill Laundry. Today hundreds of people have gathered to remember December with balloon release and a candle light vigil.


And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Re: After The Fact Political Bravery
I love it when politicians east their own.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- KNEE KNOCKERS NEED NOT APPLY

When I first met Britney and she told me she was bow legged, little did I know!!!

Anonymous said...

Britney or Sebelius.

Anonymous said...

tolls are fine, imho.

also, we should expand I-70 to at least three lanes each way. tolls would be fine there, too.

right now, we have no progress.

Anonymous said...

Fuck Kathleen Sebelius. No one fucked over women more than her and her failed healthcare computer system that almost didn't make it to real.