Thursday, April 20, 2017

Rolling With Kansas City Evening Links

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Police Sign Up More Spy Cams

KCPD working on 'security camera registration' website

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Security cameras are becoming the norm for many households and businesses. Bois Douglas, who's lived in his Kansas City home for more than 30 years, said he and his wife purchased eight security cameras for his home. "It's gotten worse here," Douglas said about his neighborhood.

Show-Me Diversity Crackdown

Missouri House delays vote on workplace discrimination bill

It seemed like a done deal: The Missouri House would send the governor a bill Thursday that would make it harder to prove discrimination when a person is fired. But Republican leaders called off the vote - for varying reasons. Republican Rep. Joe Don McGaugh of Carrollton said it was because about 20 lawmakers weren't there.

Conservatives Celebrate Gov. Brownback Big Bucks: Kansas Boosts Three-Year Tax Revenue Estimate by $156.4 Million

State forecasters see slight revenue growth, but big budget deficit still looms

Kansas budget officials said Thursday that they expect revenues to grow only slightly over the next two years, although their forecast was a bit rosier than the last round of estimates issued in November. Overall, the Consensus Revenue Estimating Group raised its estimate of total tax collections for the upcoming fiscal year by $43 million and by $62 million for the year after that.

Kansas City Royals Fanboy Sucker Punch Against 'Aggressor' Lady Arrest Aftermath

Two fans facing city charges following fracas in stands at Kauffman Stadium

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Two baseball fans are now facing charges after a fight at Kauffman Stadium. A video taken on Tuesday shows a man punching a woman during a Royals game against the San Francisco Giants.

Meth Town Vermin Report

Other tenants complain about management of Independence apartment complex

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - 41 Action News fielded more complaints about The Cedars Apartments in Independence. Following our report Tuesday on a mother who complained about mice, other tenants wrote in alleging similar issues with the management company. Tenant Emily Bennett has lived in a unit at CedarRidge for four years.

Football Fanboy Game Day Disclosure

2017 Chiefs schedule released - KC nabs 6 prime-time games

Mark your calendars, Chiefs fans! The 2017 Kansas City Chiefs Regular Season Schedule is out! The Chiefs kick off the season in the NFL's season-opening contest against the Patriots in New England on Sept. 7th. The Chiefs nabbed a league-high six prime time appearances for this upcoming season.

Another KCMO City Hall Empty Promise

City Council approves Buck O'Neil Bridge resolution

By Paul Thompson KANSAS CITY, Missouri - Let there be no confusion: the City of Kansas City, Missouri will not be using any of the $800 million in General Obligation bond funds passed by taxpayers on April 4 to finance the replacement of the Buck O'Neil Bridge.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"KCPD working on 'security camera registration' website"

Mark my word. Next will be ordinances for private security cameras. Then licensing them. Then a database so the police can get a warrant and come out to seize your video. Another great use of technology that allows KCPD to work even less hard on your dime.