Tuesday, December 26, 2017

The Kansas City Tuesday News Layout



Quick glimpse at all of the top news stories for today that might be worth a peek for news denizens drowning real work during the day. Inspired by Karlie hotness . . . Let's take a peek:

Take a peek at the KC Metro news scene without all of the clutter. Checkit:

Kansas City Hobo Salvation

KCK church opens its doors to homeless during cold days

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - During cold nights like these, The Bridge of Hope Community Church turns into a cold-weather shelter. "A safe place, safe haven for them until the morning," Pastor Luther Eatman said. This is the second year the church has served as a cold weather shelter, the only one of its kind in Wyandotte County.


Naming Kansas City Christmas Dead

KC police ID man shot to death on Christmas Eve

Kansas City police have identified a man shot to death on Christmas Eve. Abdi D. Sanweyne, 27, was found suffering from a gunshot wound in the 300 block of Garfield Avenue. He was taken to a hospital, but died a short time later. The shooting was reported at 6:11 p.m.


Year Of D-Bags Ahead

Top 5 KC conventions and events in 2018 - Kansas City Business Journal

This week, the Kansas City Business Journal ranks the area's largest conventions and events scheduled for 2018 by projected room nights. The accompanying gallery shows the top five on The List. For the full List, subscribers can take a look at the weekly print edition of the Kansas City Business Journal.


Kansas City Holiday Housing Crisis

KCMO residents displaced with no notice and nowhere to go after landlord boards up their homes

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- At least four people were without a place to stay over the holiday weekend in KCMO after they say their landlord shut them out of their homes. The boarded building on 30th Street and Indiana Avenue sits empty and unlivable. The residents say they just want a warm place to sleep.


Kansas City Doggie Rescue

After 445 days at Kansas City shelter, Mastiff mix finally lands home

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - A big Mastiff mix with droopy eyes that endured a heartbreakingly long stay at a Kansas City animal shelter has finally found a home. After 445 days at the Kansas City Pet Project shelter, where more than 10,000 pets pass through annually, Polina was finally adopted.


Really Nice KCMO Auto History

Car made from scratch inducted into Kansas City Automotive Museum

The Kansas City Automotive Museum inducted a new car this month. Dick Kelly built the car out of scratch.


Best Shots Of The Day From One Of The BEST Kansas City Photogs

Winter Color

Photography Blog


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

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Nothing as pretty as Karlie or those birds going on out there right now. Just a lot of fender benders.

Anonymous said...

Good story about the dog. I hope it works out for her.

Anonymous said...

Those idiots didn’t have renters insurance and the fire was a month ago, they were told after weeks of living off the landlord for free and they’re going to complain? Typical hood rat crap, get on tv and make someone else look bad when it’s their responsibility to get another place to live, I mean seriously, you would think they would be grateful but noooooooo

Anonymous said...

I asked a Kansas City Atheist Coalition member what they were doing for the homeless over the holiday...they said that it is a little too cold for them in December and January to do much activism.

Although they do help a charity at Micah Ministries a couple of days a month...and at least 10 or so of their supposedly HUNDREDS OF MEMBERS always show up to help! LOL!!!

Anonymous said...

"Top 5 KC conventions and events in 2018 - Kansas City Business Journal"

So the tax payers put out for Sprint Center, the airport, Barttle Hall and we want a new hotel for a lists of second rate shit like that???? Pure fucking genius KC!