Hottie Mel D. inspires this compilation of Kansas City links for the most dedicated denizens of our local discourse and fellow insomniacs, swing-shift workers and night owls . . . Take a peek:
Kansas City Workers Rally
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Dozens of retired teamsters held a rally Tuesday just outside the government agency tasked with overseeing retirement funds. Congressman Emanuel Cleaver joined the rally near Union Station at the Employee Benefits Security Administration Offices to raise the profile of a bill introduced Tuesday by Senator Bernie Sanders and co-sponsored by Missouri Sen.
Local Utility Reporting
Oak Street, which lines up with the Heart of America Bridge and goes by the federal courthouse, the City Hall and Sprint Center, has seen unending construction over the years. Public Works Deputy Director Ralph Davis says there are multiple layers of utilities underneath the road that businesses need to access because of to the city's development and rising demand for faster communication.
Talking Hotspots Across State Line
Chief Ziegler says the area around 14th and Central sees the most crime in KCK.
Show-Me Discrimination Fear
Missouri Senate Bill 43, the crappy-ass bill that would make it easier to discriminate against employees, was approved by the House of Representatives late last night. That means its sponsor, Senator Gary Romine (R-Farmington), is one step closer to beating back the lawsuit against his rent-to-own business, a suit that alleges both literal redlining and free-flowing use of the n-word.
Kansas City Chopping Block
Former Rutgers star Khaseem Greene was cut for 4th time in his NFL career on the same day he was indicted in hometown of Elizabeth
Nobody Wants Chiefs Gear
The National Football League's Player Association released their top player sales list in terms of all licensed merchandise. Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliot led the entire league in sales, and the Cowboys themselves were very well represented with five of the top 15 players in overall sales, including current quarterback Dak Prescott (No.
Forecast For Tomorrow
Those storms will likely roll through on Wednesday between 5 p.m. and midnight.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .