Friday, May 19, 2017

Kansas City Rainy Friday Afternoon Links

Hottie Nina in her raincoat highlights this quick peek at some of the top local links for this afternoon. Take a look:

Soggy Weekend Goodness Ahead

Another round of showers, thunderstorms on the way

Heavier storms are likely after 3 p.m. on Friday. (KCTV5) An inch of rain is possible with isolated areas receiving up to two inches. (KCTV5) There is a Flash Flood Watch in effect through Saturday morning.

Inner Suburban Hard Times

ATM stolen from Raytown Minit Mart

Flash Flood Watch issued May 19 at 3:46PM CDT expiring May 20 at 7:00AM CDT in effect for: Andrew, Bates, Buchanan, Caldwell, Carroll, Cass, Clay, Clinton, Daviess, DeKalb, Henry, Holt, Jackson, Johnson, Lafayette, Livingston, Pettis, Platte, Ray, Saline Tornado Watch issued May 19 at 3:12PM CDT expiring May 19 at

Kansas City Cleanup Report

After the storm: Steps Kansas City homeowners should take when their property is damaged

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - When you've been in the insurance business for nearly two and a half decades, you've seen and heard it all - especially during severe weather season. "It's all about being authentic in this business," explained Debbi Baker Krough, who's been in the insurance industry for 23 years.

Local Foodie Consideration

Bringing grub to KC food deserts, Rollin' Grocer to expand impact after contest win

While he takes pride in his roots, Priest Hughes said it saddens him to see a staple of life - fresh food - become so difficult to attain in parts of Kansas City. Over the course of a decade, Hughes has noticed several grocery stores in his neighborhood close at an alarming rate.

Kansas City Baseball Hope

Kansas City Royals: American League Central is weak so far in 2017

In any other division in Major League Baseball, the KC Royals would probably have to strongly consider selling away their best players, even this early on. Fortunately for the Royals, however, they're playing baseball in the AL Central, which at this point of the year, is struggling to remain competitive.

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

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