Saturday, June 03, 2017

Kansas City Saturday Night Link Look

Doutzen goodness before she made the big time and a bunch of Kansas City mainstream media news links to consider. Take a look:

Good Time Tribute

Police, firefighters rally to raise money for Officer Wagstaff's recovery

BLUE SPRINGS, Kan. - Independence, Missouri police officer Tom Wagstaff is still recovering at a Nebraska rehabilitation facility after he was shot in the head while responding to a burglary in March. On Saturday, his buddies at IPD and local fire departments participated in a little friendly competition at Centerline Beach Volleyball in Blue Springs to raise money for Wagstaff's family.

Kansas Gun Turnaround?!?!

Political shift, hospital's fears hand NRA defeat in Kansas

Kansas lawmakers' approval of a measure meant to keep concealed guns out of hospitals is a testament to how much the Republican-controlled Legislature shifted to the left in last year's elections. Kansas has been a testing ground for gun-rights advocates' favored policies.

Kansas City Wants Fed Cash

Dave Helling: While Washington fiddles, Kansas City's infrastructure crumbles

This spring, Kansas City voters agreed to raise their taxes to pay for bridge and street improvements over the next 20 years. Now those same voters are contemplating a $1 billion proposal to build a new airport terminal. Jackson County may soon consider a $300 million jail project.

Royals Trading Day

KC Royals: OF Jorge Soler Optioned to AAA After Slow Start

Prior to today's game, we have recalled OF @BillyBurns45 from @OMAStormChasers and optioned OF Jorge Soler to Omaha. #Royals - Kansas City Royals (@Royals) June 3, 2017 Soler has had a slow start to 2017. An oblique injury kept him sidelined throughout April. So far in 55 plate appearances Soler has slashed .164/.292/.273.

Forecast For Tomorrow

First Alert: Warm day ahead for your Sunday

It's going to be a toasty day for your Sunday. Look for a high temperature in the middle 80s.

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


Anonymous said...

Helling does not explain why the federal government, pooling tax money from all 50 states and other funds borrowed from the Chinese, Japanese, etc., should be responsible to fix Kansas City's deteriorating infrastructure. I thought the previous President was going to take care of that when he shook down present and future taxpayers for shovel ready projects. I don't recall Helling complaining when those funds went to Friends of Barack instead of cities' infrastructure. He is not to be taken seriously.

Anonymous said...

FREE THE NIPPLE ON THIS SITE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Helling and his people are obstructing progress in DC, so they shouldn't complain.

Anonymous said...

Jesus is coming, no need to fix the roads and bridges.

Anonymous said...

"Police, firefighters rally to raise money for Officer Wagstaff's recovery"

Who shot this officer? How did it happen? This is the cover up of the decade?