Monday, November 13, 2017

Kansas City Monday Night Reading List

Hottie Lindsay from her glory days and a quick peek at some of the top Kansas City news links for tonight.

Take a look:

City Hall Po'folk Preference

KCMO Health Department offering limited number of free flu shots to those with no insurance

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- If you still need to get your flu shot for the year there's time. If you've been putting it off because you don't have health insurance, the Kansas City Health Department is offering a limited number of free flu shots. Flu shots are available at 2400 Troost Ave.

Northeast Gunfire Report

Shooting on Independence Avenue

By Paul Thompson Police responded to a non-lethal shooting near the intersection of Independence Avenue and Denver on the afternoon of Monday, November 13. Officers were called to the scene just before 4 p.m., after an apparent argument between six or seven teens led to gunfire.

KCPD Capture Aftermath

Kansas City man wanted in two metro homicides arrested, charged with two counts of murder

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A Kansas City man wanted as a suspect in two metro homicides was arrested and charged Monday, prosecutors say. Jerome Roberson, 31, was charged with two counts of second-degree murder and two counts armed criminal action for the fatal shooting of Mike Cantwell on Nov.

Old School Downtown Redux

Downtown building will reopen as KC's first Hotel Indigo [PHOTOS] - Kansas City Business Journal

The pigeon droppings have been removed, and the three stories of terra cotta exterior ornamentation, long hidden and crumbling behind an ugly masonry veneer, are nearing restoration to their original 1930s glory. Now, the Brookfield Building, a historic 12-story tower at 101 W. 11th St.

JoCo Crime Aftermath

Suspect pleads no contest in 2015 Overland Park shooting death

OLATHE, Kan. -- A suspect in a 2015 Overland Park homicide case has pleaded no contest to a second degree murder charge. Marquise Deondre Stokes, 20, of Kansas City, Kan. pleaded no contest to second degree murder in the June 2015 shooting death of 18-year-old Velik Lannte Henderson, the office of District Attorney Steve Howe announced Monday.

Local Crackdown Lesson

Local teacher concerned with GOP tax proposal

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Every school year, Jason Roberts budgets around $500 for school supplies. "I buy pencils and pens, paper, notebooks, and folders," the KCPS teacher told 41 Action News. And it all comes from, his own pocket. "You do it because you care," he said.

Kansas City's Least Favorite Foodie

EJ's Urban Eatery - Food over Function - All the Yums

Salutations. I know I said I was going to post more. I lied. There's no good excuse other than me getting really into reading The Popol Vuh and thinking about Viracochas, the old gods, pre-history and how well pizza rolls have stood up against the test of time.

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

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