Tuesday, December 05, 2017

The Kansas City Afternoon Layout

Anne V. and her international hotness inspires all of this Kansas City news for the afternoon . . .

Downtown Bus Stop Debate

KCATA wants transit-oriented development in Downtown - Kansas City Business Journal

Big things are expected to spring from a 2-acre site at the northwest corner of 12th and Charlotte streets on the east side of the downtown freeway loop. The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority acquired the site, currently a surface parking lot, last month from Barber & Sons Co.

Kansas City Could Burn
Gusty winds, dry air, parched plants place KC area in 'very high' danger of fires
Local Hospital DOA

Kindred Hospital Kansas City will close in January - Kansas City Business Journal

Kindred Hospital Kansas City, which does business as Kindred Hospitals East LLC, will close in January, according to a Missouri state filing. The transitional care hospital, located at 8701 Troost Ave., will close sometime between Jan. 6 and 20. The closing will affect 115 employees, according to a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act filing.

Blowing Cash Overseas

Federal Tax Credits Drive Foreign Wind Investment

Investment in U.S. wind energy production has increased tenfold over the past decade with the help of billions of dollars in federal tax help, with foreign companies making up much of the increase.

Golden Ghetto Tech Fights Accidents

City of Overland Park looking for suggestions to improve 75th and Metcalf in effort to reduce number of crashes

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- A busy intersection in Overland Park could soon see some major improvements. Starting Tuesday, RideKC will hold three workshops in regard to the future of 75th and Metcalf. RideKC says the city bus makes more than 45 stops at this intersection during the day and is a big reason why this intersection is so busy for pedestrians and drivers.

Mayor Sly For X-Mas

Children's book turns KC's Mayor Sly into time-traveling history buff

He gets his hand-drawn debut in "Mayor Sly and the Magic Bow Tie," a project co-authored by Masoner and Mayor Sly James' daughter, Aja James. The book is featured in Startland News' 2017 Made in Kansas City Gift Guide .

Triumph Despite Long Forgotten WEST EDGE FAIL On The Plaza

Kauffman Center Architect Moshe Safdie To Be Recognized In Annual Entrepreneurship Awards

An entrepreneur is often defined as someone who designs, launches and runs a new business. A risk-taker, an individual who takes a big idea and brings it to life. On Tuesday, the Regnier Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation will recognize this year's honorees at the annual Entrepreneurship of the Year awards celebration.

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


Anonymous said...


After a long day, I encourage my secretary to kick up her heels and take my load off!!!

Byron Funkhouser said...

Congratulations, you're an important part of the rape culture.

Please don't have any children.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations, Funkhouser you're a total disgrace to your whole family.

Anonymous said...

The KCMO Bus Company is now building apartments and office buildings? Is that their core expertise? Clearly Mass Transportation is not. It seems that All the local news outlets are giddy over it.
I can’t wait to see what happens when the fire department begins building police stations.