Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Kansas City News Link Roundup Right Now

Hottie Sara Jean inspiration and all of these Kansas City news links today. Take a look:

KCPS Conversation Today

KCPS students raise concerns, questions, suggestions with superintendent

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- MaKenzie Ammons, a freshman at East High School, did quite a bit of homework last night, writing down questions. "I was up until 11:00 last night," MaKenzie said. But it wasn't for her class. It was for her superintendent, Dr. Mark Bedell.

Ward Parkway Infrastructure Redux

KC's Meyer Circle Fountain back in operation

After a $600,000 restoration, Kansas City's Meyer

#AssJamz Shooter Suspect Three

Lawrence police: Third suspect in custody, charged with multiple counts of murder

Police say a third suspect is in custody with connection to a shooting that killed three and wounded two others. Anthony Laron Roberts, 20, is in custody according to police. Roberts will be charged with first-degree murder, two counts of second-degree murder and one count of attempted second-degree murder.

Local Radio Dayz
A New Guide For Kansas City Architecture And History, And Car Seat Safety Tips For Parents
Naming More Local Dead

Police identify man found dead in street Monday night

Kansas City police have identified a man found dead in the street Monday night. Melvin Blackmon, 41, was found dead in the 8200 block of Lydia Street about 10:30 p.m. Homicide detectives are investigating. Police said Blackmon's death does not appear to be from natural causes.

Hiding Out Below

Mom of person of interest claims three runaways stayed in basement

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - 41 Action News uncovered the alleged living situations of three runaway teenaged sisters and information that points to their biological mother's involvement. Rigoberto "Rico" Rangel, the person of interest connected to the case, is still a free man as of Wednesday afternoon.

Tragedy & Scary JoCo Mugshot

Overland Park man sentenced in DUI crash that killed school instructor

A Johnson County judge sentenced an Overland Park man to more than nine years in prison for a DUI wreck that took an Olathe school instructor's life. James McAllister was sentenced 115 months in prison after pleading guilty in the case in August. Caitlin M.

Kansas City Fake Gronk Famous

That's So Travis: Chiefs' Star TE Not Afraid To Be Himself

The league's most exciting tight end got where he is by being himself. Now, with his Chiefs tied with the Eagles for the best record in the NFL, Kansas City fans are pleading, 'Dear God, please just do your thing and let's move on.' Sorry, no chance

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


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