Thursday, November 30, 2017

Kansas City Thursday Morning Sit Down

We start this #TBT with classic Rhian and some of the top Kansas City MSM news links worth a peek right now . . .

Kansas City Car Connections

Avis tests fully connected wireless car fleet in Kansas City

Avis Budget Group Inc said on Thursday it has launched in the Kansas City, Missouri, area its first fleet of cars that are fully connected to the internet, other vehicles, and to the car rental company via wireless technology as it seeks to enhance its fleet-management services.

Today's Lesson In KCPS Tech

KCPS launched online only enrollment for 2018/2019-KSHB.COM

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Public School district has launched an online-only enrollment process for the 2018/2019 school year. The district will begin the new process with enrollment in their eight signature schools starting on Friday. The students will still be admitted in a first-come, first-served manner.

Too Much KCMO School Choice???

Does the Kansas City school district have too many charters?

When the Missouri legislature opened the door to charter schools in St. Louis and Kansas City, lawmakers were counting on school choice as a remedy for struggling urban districts. Nearly 20 years later, the Kansas City School District is provisionally accredited, scoring lower this year than last in recent state progress reports.

Local Old School Emergency

KCMO senior living facility is under quarantine due to stomach illness

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - For the last three weeks, those living at the Benton House of Tiffany Springs have been under a quarantine. One visitor, who we are not identifying because he fears retaliation against his loved one, told 41 Action News what it's like inside.

Meth Town Wreck Overnight

Car theft suspect in custody after police chase, wreck in Independence

At least one person is in custody following a chase and crash in Independence. Police said officers were in pursuit of a stolen vehicle when the suspect wrecked into another vehicle near 24 Highway and Lee's Summit Road. The suspect attempted to run from the scene but was captured.

Ain't That A Kick To The Head

Concussions Don't Discriminate, As Central Missouri's Women's Soccer Team Found Out

The undefeated Central Missouri Jennies women's soccer team is hoping to earn its first NCAA Division II national championship. But this season, which continues Thursday with a semifinal matchup against Mercy College of New York, wasn't without challenges: The team has been affected by an increasing national trend from high school athletics to the pros - concussions.

Fanboy Hope For Final 2017 Games

Don't throw the Kansas City Chiefs season away just yet

I initially was going to write some big pro/con review of Alex Smith vs Patrick Mahomes, perhaps discussing the offense's ineptitude as a whole. Though, as seemingly every writer in the Kansas City area has taken this approach, I decided to go a different route.

The Spinners - It's a Shame is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


Hyperblogal said...

Hope? The team I've watched lately couldn't beat Blue Springs.

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