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And so here's a quick gathering of topics we're checking this evening. . .
Kansas City Spy Tech Development
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Cameras caught a kidnapper in Kansas City, and community activists hope that's just the tip of the iceberg. Independence Avenue, a stretch of road known for its crime statistics more than its commerce, is Ground Zero for this new Big Brother undertaking.
Newspaper Nudges Mayor Sly
Sly, take a chill pill. This is the kind of pill you can take with a beer or a glass of wine. Just take one. Now. You're an impatient man in a governmental world designed to be endlessly methodical. You're a 65-year-old Marine used to barking orders and getting results.
Show-Me The Special Session Price Tag
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Missouri's recent special legislative session cost taxpayers more than $66,000. Gov. Eric Greitens called lawmakers into special session to authorize discounted electricity rates for a steel-works facility and aluminum smelter that are considering opening near the southeastern Missouri town of New Madrid.
Golden Ghetto Rearranged
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- A strong decision was made at one local school district in Johnson County. Late Thursday afternoon, Shawnee Mission School District board members voted 5-2 to approve proposed changes to district boundaries -- diving lines which determine where students attend school based on their home addresses.
Kansas Gov. Quotes Prez Trump
WEBVTT UMORS HAVE BEEN SWIRLING ABOUTKANSAS GOVERNOR SAM BROWNBACK'SFUTURE.STEVEN: WILL HE STAY IN OFFICEOR JOIN PRESIDENT TRUMP'SADMINISTRATION IN THE STATEDEPARTMENT?MICHEAL MAHONEY SPOKE TO THEGOVERNOR TODAY ABOUT IT.REPORTER: THE KANSAS GOVENORSPENT PART OF THE DAY IN KCK,CUTTING THE RIBBON AT A NEWYOUTH SOCCER COMPLEX.IN TOPEKA, THERE ARE RUMORS HE'SABOUT TO STEP
And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .