Our misty Kansas City morning is inspired by Jodie as we enjoy some of to the top local links to start the day. Take a peek:
Thanks To Sketchy Local Hipster Hype: Westside Endures Kansas City Coffee Glut
Kansas City, MO - A forest, of sorts, has sprouted along Southwest Boulevard. A forest of coffee pots. A small grove of metal poles has sprung up on the edge of a parking lot just across from The Roasterie, a coffee company founded in KC, under the DC-3 airplane, named Betty, that rises over the company's facility on SW Blvd.
Golden Ghetto HVAC Future
Johnson County Community College just received the biggest financial gift in its history and plans to use the money to expand its technical education. JCCC says it received a $10 million donation from the Overland Park-based Sunderland Foundation. It's part of a $102 million project that will add two buildings to campus.
Internets Hotel On Every KC Corner
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A Kansas City Neighborhood Advisory Council meeting Tuesday was likely just a scene setter for what's expected to be a hotly contested topic before Kansas City's Planning, Zoning and Economic Development Committee later this month. "This is so convoluted now, how will we ever enforce this?"
Show-Me Lesson In FAIL
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Kansas Secrecy Questions
Officials with the Kansas Department for Children and Families responded Tuesday to concerns about destroyed evidence in child abuse cases during a legislative task force meeting. After a Kansas City Star investigation suggested DCF employees had shredded documents regarding children in state care, an agency official told lawmakers that the claims by former DCF deputy director Dianne Keech were inaccurate.
Local Beat Down Aftermath
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- "He could've killed me." That warning came from an Independence man about accused killer John Jeffries. Cris Green told police days "before" Jeffries allegedly shot and killed a Blue Springs man, Jeffries fractured his skull. FOX 4's Robert Townsend talked to Green about the attack.
JoCo Gunfire Last Niught
Police in Overland Park are investigating a second armed robbery. Investigators say around 8:10 p.m. on Tuesday, police responded to an armed robbery call at 79th Street and Frontage. Officers arrived and said a suspect fired at least two shots from a silver-colored gun. No injuries were reported for the two employees working inside the business.
Kansas City Cuddle Opportunity
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