Wednesday, January 03, 2018

The Kansas City Wednesday Link List Look



Let's start with hottie Sara and her lingerie promo body of work that inspires this quick peek at all of these Kansas City news links to start the morning right now. Checkit:

Powerless In Kansas City Northland

Over 8,000 without power in the Northland

Nearly 8,700 residents in the Northland are without power Tuesday night. About 5,900 KCP&L customers are without power in Kansas City, while another 2,401 are without power in Gladstone. There are 19 separate outages. Copyright 2018 KCTV (Meredith Corp.) All rights reserved.


Rich Dude Comeuppance???

Feds seek lengthy prison sentence for Scott Tucker, who wants no more than 15 years

Federal prosecutors are asking a judge in New York to sentence Leawood, Kan., businessman Scott Tucker to no less than 20 years in prison for his conviction of running a criminal payday lending enterprise. In a sentencing memorandum filed Dec. 29, the U.S.


Westport Housing Crisis Cont'd

Westport man frustrated by lack of help from property managers after finding leaking gas in apartment

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Cory Hardman was forced to find somewhere to stay Tuesday night other than his Westport apartment after a technician found a big problem. "When the technician from Spire was leaving, she's like, 'You're lucky to be alive.


KCPD Rescue Report Aftermath

"Thank God": Police dispatch audio shows how officers found car with child inside

A Kansas City man faces charges in connection with stealing a car that had a child inside on New Year's Eve.


Layers Of Local Homeless Coverage

Metro homeless bundle up to stay warm outside in frigid temperatures

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- On another bitterly cold night, a 57-year-old homeless Army veteran and KC metro native treks up 48 makeshift stairs and through some woods in KCK. He calls himself "White Hawk," and for the last nine years, he's lived in a tent at a homeless camp.


Rock Chalk Survey Cites Uber Meat Wagon

KU Economist Says Uber May Be Driving Down Use Of Costly Ambulances

Ambulances are often considered a prime example of the excessively high cost of medical care in the United States. One ride can cost more than a trip from Kansas City to Hawaii. But David Slusky, an assistant professor of economics at the University of Kansas, thinks he may have found something surprising that's reducing ambulance use: the ride-hailing company Uber.


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5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

sara is my hero!

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- LOST IN TRANSLATION

While in Lisbon, the concierge at my hotel was a graduate student with a quick smile and striking figure. When returning to the hotel one evening, she ask how my dinner out was, and I said the seafood was amazing, but I did miss a good KC Strip.

Thirty minutes later, there was a soft knock at my door.

Anonymous said...

Tucker should have had some knowledge of what his "business" did to people. If not then he shouldn't have been so dumb. Dumb guys like him need to have at least 20 years to smarten up, do penance, and turn themselves around. It take 20 in 15 he will only be partly done with his conversion. He also needs to have all of his HIDDEN ASSETS dug up and turned over to charities. Some one needs to tell him that he will have to give everything away in order to change his life.

Anonymous said...

^^^Judgmental prick. Who asked for your worthless opinion? Clean up your own back yard! Change your own miserable life.

Anonymous said...

Mrs. SNOT Tucker 'Zat you @11:39?

Feds may be coming to git da rest o' dem purdy paintings, jools, and spiffy stuffs y'all had in dat Hallbrook home (for yer fam it's "AllCrook). Bet it's all listed wid yer insherunce filing. Shame da "Man For Others" from Iggy Da Jesuit teechuns didn't get thru to Snotty Scotty--Greedy exploiter of the poor and Oklahoma's native peeps.