Saturday, December 02, 2017

The Kansas City Saturday Night Link Look

We celebrate Doutzen and her Internets body of work as we crawl toward the holidays. Take a look at tonight's link collection . . .


Kansas City angler hooks state-record skipjack herring on Missouri River

The new "pole and line" skipjack herring record caught by Barulich on Nov. 12 weighed 3 pounds. It broke the previous state record of 2 pounds, 11 ounces. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reports that Craig Barulich of Kansas City became the most recent record-breaking angler in Missouri when he hooked a skipjack herring on the Missouri River using a rod and reel.

KCI Copes With Holiday Travel Admirably

Kansas City International Airport October 2017 Passenger Traffic Up - Kansas City infoZine

Kansas City International Airport October 2017 Passenger Traffic Up Kansas City, MO - infoZine - The City of Kansas City, MO Aviation Department reports that 1,018,377 passengers arrived and departed through Kansas City International Airport's gates in October, a 5.0 percent increase from October 2016.

Social Media Celebration For Meth Town Po-Po Here Amid Friendly Fire Silence

Independence officer shot in head posts 'coming home' video to Facebook

Months after being shot in the head, Independence police officer Tom Wagstaff posted a Facebook video expressing his thanks and saying he's "really excited to be coming home" in the next few days. A 15-year veteran of the department, Wagstaff is wrapping up eight months of rehabilitation after being critically injured in March while responding to a home burglary.

HORRIBLE Midtown Kansas City Bike Crash Tonight

Motorcycle driver sustains serious injuries in crash at 39th & Southwest Trafficway

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The driver of a motorcycle sustained serious injuries Saturday night after a crash. Officers are investigating after a crash involving a motorcycle at Southwest Trafficway and 39th Street. Police said the driver of the motorcycle sped around stopped traffic when he collided with a white Nissan Sentra that pulling out onto Southwest Trafficway.

Crop Duster Tragedy

One dead after aircraft crashes in Buchanan Co.

BUCHANAN COUNTY, Mo. -- One person is dead after a small aircraft crashed in a cornfield Saturday afternoon. According to the Missouri Highway Patrol, emergency crews were called to the field about five miles south of St. Joseph on State Highway JJ on a reported crash.

Just Another Meth Town Burnout

Some residents displaced after fire at Independence apartment complex early Saturday

An electrical fire displaces some residents of an Independence apartment complex early Saturday. Firefighters were called at 3 a.m. to the Winner Place Apartments near Winner and Truman roads. Authorities said the fire started in the basement. No injuries were reported.

Home Team Still Falling Apart

Kansas City Royals make roster moves ahead of tender deadline

The front office of the Kansas City Royals didn't stay exactly on script during a hectic Friday. That doesn't mean the organization stayed silent on a busy day around MLB. In unsurprising moves, contracts were reportedly tendered to arbitration-eligible pitchers Kelvin Herrera, Brandon Maurer and Nate Karns, according to Rustin Dodd of the Kansas City Star.

Kansas City Creative Tradition

Artist-Run KC: Jaimie Warren on Whoop Dee Doo's collaborative history in Kansas City and beyond

Jaimie Warren, a photographer, multi-media artist, and organizer based in NYC has always had a distinctive perspective and persona throughout her work. Whoop Dee Doo is an artist-run project started by herself (after graduating at the Kansas City Art Institute in 2002) and Matt Roche called Whoop Dee Doo.

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


Anonymous said...

Kci has always handled holiday travel well

Anonymous said...

I thought Winner and Truman were both east - west roads.

Anonymous said...

"Some residents displaced after fire at Independence apartment complex early Saturday"

If we can evict the bumbs we'll make the insurance companies pay for it.