Friday, October 13, 2017

Kansas City Red Friday Links Tonight

6-foot tall pr0n hottie Alison inspires tonight's look at the evening news cycle and some of the important news items we're catching up on for tonight. Take a peek:

Kansas City Police Crackdown In Waldo

Neighbors grateful after problem house raided in KCMO

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Neighbors said the house at 9028 Oak Street has been an eyesore, a constant concern and a place they actually fear. The alleged drug house was raided by the Drug Abatement Response Team, or DART, Wednesday night. DART boarded up the property and posted signs that say it's uninhabitable.

KCK Exoneration Celebration

Lamonte McIntyre set free after being exonerated

Lamonte McIntyre was freed Friday after spending 23 years in jail for a double murder he says he did not commit.

Justice For KCMO Creeper

KC man sentenced to 40 years in prison for raping preteen

A 34-year-old Kansas City man who had sex with a preteen has been sentenced to 40 years in prison for rape. A judge Shaun B. Bettis to 40 years in prison on the charge of statutory rape in the first degree. Bettis will also be subject to lifetime monitoring as a sex offender.

Show-Me Big Weed Money

Big names, big money come through to help medical marijuana initiative

With less than six months to go, at least one proposal to legalize medicinal use of marijuana in Missouri appears to be in a strong position to get on statewide ballots next year. New Approach Missouri says it already has collected 100,000 signatures from registered voters, and expects to have well over the necessary 165,000 by the state's May 6 deadline for submitting initiative petitions.

KCPS Protest Teaching Moment

Olympian John Carlos, who raised his fist in '68, talks to KC students

During a visit to Central Academy of Excellence, Olympic sprinter John Carlos talked about NFL players kneeling to protest racial injustice.

Kansas School Cash Crunch Cont'd

Top Democrats Want Kansas Legislators To Start School Funding Work Before Session

The top Democrats in the Kansas Legislature are calling on Senate President Susan Wagle not to wait until January to start work on fulfilling a Kansas Supreme Court order to fix funding for public schools.

Brookside Starbucks Coming Soon

Starbucks plans to open store in Brookside

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Starbucks told 41 Action News Friday that they will be opening a store in the Brookside area in the near future. The specific store location is unknown, as the company is currently in the preliminary stages of the deal. This news comes as leases are terminating for tenants in the area.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .


Anonymous said...

Starbucks is gross.

Anonymous said...

I hate the corporate BS but Starbucks is delicious.

Anonymous said...

Gladstone ran them off, mom and pops won.

Anonymous said...

Support Jaun Valdez make your own coffee

Anonymous said...

Don't cook beans or you'll get raided by FART.

Anonymous said...

Is there a black chic knitting in the corner ?