Thursday, July 20, 2017

The Kansas City Morning News Look

This morning classic Lucy animal print fashion hotness inspires but we also take a peek at the top Kansas City MSM links to start the day. Take a peek:

Kansas City Wild Life Recovery

Red-tailed Hawk being nursed back to health in Kansas City

Kansas City, MO - A Red-tailed Hawk is being nursed back to health after being struck by a car near 61st and Ward Parkway.The two-year-old male raptor suffered injuries to its head and a wing. After being hit the bird hobbled to a flower bed of a nearby home.

Construction Season Continues

Coming to your area soon: Bridge work and slow traffic

Motorists are likely to hate this, at least in the short run. More work is coming on Interstate 470, which will be rehabbing 11 bridges all along the highway through Lee's Summit. Between 50,000 to 80,000 cars use the route daily, according to the Missouri Department of Transportation.

Local Walking Life Improvement

Independence Avenue improvements to focus on streets in effort to help pedestrians

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- One of the city's heaviest traveled pedestrian areas is on its way to getting a facelift, but they're not starting with the sidewalks where people walk. Instead, the focus for Bobbi Baker-Hughes and the Independence Avenue Community Improvement District is the streets. "Every day it gets busier.

Show-Me Conservation Lesson

University Of Missouri And Other Schools With Tiger Mascots Commit To Tiger Conservation

The University of Missouri is among a consortium of schools with tiger mascots that are ramping up efforts to address the dwindling global tiger population. The University of Missouri (Truman the Tiger,) Louisiana State University (Mike the Tiger), Auburn University (Aubie the Tiger) and Clemson University (The Tiger and Tiger Cub) are committing to more and better research, education and awareness, across disciplines, related to tiger conservation efforts.

Kansas City Comeback

Moss comes up big as Royals get wild walk-off win over Tigers | FOX Sports

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Brandon Moss doubled off the wall in the ninth to score the tying run, and Alex Gordon drove him home with a sacrifice fly to bail out closer Kelvin Herrera and give the Kansas City Royals a 4-3 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday night.

Ike & Tina Turner - Proud Mary is the #TBT song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


Anonymous said...

Mozzo needs a new mascot-a black panther.

Anonymous said...

MU is crumbling but their going to save some tigers by golly.

Claude Bawls said...

I love it when we squeeze the news together. Those tigers can be pesky but I trust we will all come out on top.

Good show!

Anonymous said...

Expect 7:44AM, MU is not crumbling..but that doesn't fit your worldview so ....