Thursday, August 17, 2017

The Kansas City Early Thursday Look

Our newfound dedication to Lady Gemma starts the early Thursday as we check the top MSM links for right now . . .

KCPD Standoff End Peacefully

Standoff over in Kansas City after four hours

Kansas City police have wrapped up a standoff in the 7700 block of NE 53rd Street. Police say the suspect was armed with guns. At around 9:30 p.m., the suspect surrendered without incident. Officers were on the scene beginning around 5 p.m. Copyright 2017 KCTV (Meredith Corp.) All rights reserved.

Justice For Kara Effort Continues

Kopetsky's family: 'This isn't over' until there is justice for daughter

BELTON, Mo. - It's been a long 10 years and we don't like to use the word closure, we prefer the word resolution," said Rhonda Beckford. In a small press conference Wednesday, Beckford, Kara Kopetsky's mom, opened up about the search for her daughter and getting confirmation that one of two sets of human remains found in Cass County back in April belong to Kara.

KCMO Landlord Crackdown Coming Soon

KCMO Housing Committee considers new rental property ordinance

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City is looking at new protections for people who rent in the city. The goal is to hold landlords responsible for unhealthy living conditions by requiring them to pay permit fees. Kansas City city council's housing committee is considering a Rental Inspection ordinance, which would create a new fee and permitting structure for rental houses.

KC Killing 91 Follow-Up

KCPD investigating a homicide at Kessler Park

The Kansas City Police Department is investigating a homicide at Kessler Park. Authorities said officers were called to the area of Cliff Drive and Elmwood around 4:40 p.m. When officers arrived, they found a man dead in the grass in the park. No additional information is available at this time.

Tech Scene Expanding

Kansas City's Red Nova Labs opens new engineering office in Denver - Silicon Prairie News

Kansas City-based technology company Red Nova Labs (RNL) has expanded their engineering team to include a second office in Denver. "Denver will be a great place to find more talented developers as we ramp up our tech hiring over the next year or so," said Adam England, the company's chief technology officer and veteran of...

Kansas City News Spell Check

New KCK city sign contains spelling mistake

A new sign touting a Kansas City, KS police station features a key spelling mistake.

Serving Hand Up SKC Crew

Area restaurants offering support to displaced employees of Coach's Bar and Grill

Employees were forced to find new jobs after the restaurant was closed.

#TBT the song of the day is Message In A Bottle by The Police and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


Anonymous said...

I'm glad they've identified the remains, but hopefully a superior agency comes in and takes prosecution away from the amazing ineptitude of the Belton PD. That psycho should be hanged within the year, not put on death row for the remainder of his natural life, or sentenced to the equally worthless life without parole. He really just needs to be dead.

Anonymous said...

Mayer Holland? That is some funny shit. Go KCK!

Don Cardinal said...

All this tech and people are more foolish than ever, go to 22nd and Tracy, it's still W 22nd , altho it's a good mile and half east of main. But yea we are smart n not falling behind China

Anonymous said...

When you folks apply for that new job make sure you put down $15.00 as the minimum you will work for. Employers will scoop you right up.

Anonymous said...

Lee Summit was supposed to be Lea Summit ...or was it?