Thursday, December 14, 2017

The Kansas City Afternoon Link Look

Let's start the afternoon with Mariah hotness and move forward from there . . . Take a look:

Kansas City Corporate Sell-Off

Cerner president sells $3.5M in stock - Kansas City Business Journal

Cerner Corp. President Zane Burke sold $3.5 million in stock Wednesday, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Burke sold 50,000 shares valued at $70, leaving him with 26,799 shares owned directly. Cerner's stock (Nasdaq: CERN) was valued at $70.58 at market open on Wednesday.

More Deets On Suspect At-Large

Suspect on the loose after standoff with KCPD

An overnight standoff between a robbery suspect and police has ended but the suspect is still on the loose.

Meth Town Home Defense Today

Homeowner shoots intruder inside Independence home

A homeowner in Independence shot an intruder in the 3400 block of S. Appleton Avenue. Police responded to the shooting call around 12:13 p.m. The person who called in the shooting told police they shot an intruder in the home. The suspect suffered non-life threatening injuries and is in police custody.

Upcoming Downtown KC College Ruckus

Sprint Center expecting to see more than 18,000 volleyball fans over the next few days for the final four

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The NCAA is once again taking over Sprint Center, but this time - we aren't talking basketball - we're talking volleyball. The National Semifinal Games take place Thursday, and the event is sold out. With these numbers, Kansas City set a new volleyball final four attendance record.

City Hall Agenda Today

Council committee considers Buck O'Neil Bridge, KCPD IT consolidation, FIFA World Cup in busy meeting

By Paul Thompson Northeast News The City of Kansas City, Missouri's Finance and Governance committee had a busy morning on Wednesday, December 13. First, the committee passed an ordinance that would consolidate the IT departments of the City and the Kansas City Police Department. Ordinance No.

Dead-Tree Private Plan Promo

Wondering what it's like to fly in luxury? Take a look around this private jet in KC

For most of us, flying means long lines, squeezing into tiny airplane seats and plenty of waiting around. But for those with the means to travel in style, charter jets are the way to go. The charter flight industry is big business and it's getting bigger, even in Kansas City.

More Insight Into The Big Game

Chiefs-Chargers rematch carries unlikely big stakes

7:00 AM ET Adam TeicherESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Chiefs for 20 seasons for Kansas City Star Joined ESPN in 2013 When the Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Chargers last parted, the last thing on anyone's mind was that the distant rematch between the teams would carry such big stakes.

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

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

So Cerner's President dumps 2/3 of the stock that he owns in his own Company, and "things are looking up for the future"?

All that's missing is Kevin Bacon in Army Greens screaming "REMAIN CALM, ALL IS WELL"!