We find kinship with all of those locals still trying to get as much work done before everyone hangs it up for the holidays. Accordingly, we offer these Kansas City evening news links with just a lingerie hotness flash of Rosie brilliance because even at the office a man can dream, a man can dream . . .
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Kangaroo Tech Gambit
UMKC Will Build State-Of-The-Art Computer Science Facility To Keep Up With EnrollmentNortheast Kansas City Biz Life
On the latest edition of the Northeast Newscast, we sit down with Becky Gripp, the founder of The Tamale Kitchen, to get some insight into the Northeast-based business. Gripp invited us to a tamale cook to get a look at the process, and opened up about the many stages The Tamale Kitchen has gone through since it's genesis in July of 2015.
Rare Instance Of Meth Town Restraint
An Independence homeowner quickly foiled a burglar's plans by catching the suspect in the act and pinning him down until police could arrest him. Once the homeowner had the suspect pinned down he called the police. When officers arrived at the man's home, they found the homeowner still holding the suspect down.
Rock Chalk Teachable Moment
DA won't file rape charges from incident at KU basketball dorm; no suspect ever identified after alcohol-filled party
The Douglas County District Attorney's Office will not file sex assault charges from a report that a 16-year-old girl was raped a year ago at the University of Kansas men's basketball dorm. The investigation and inquiry into the case has concluded, and a sexual assault suspect was never identified, DA Charles Branson said Friday.
EXCELLENT KANSAS CITY CHRISTMAS PIX FROM A MASTER PHOTOG!!!
The 1902 home of Edward A. Stevens is all aglow for the holiday season thanks to its current owners Jeff Zumsteg and Jeffrey Linville. The annual decorating takes 10 full 8 hour days, although they spread it out a little more than that. There are 19 Christmas trees in the house this year.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .