Monday, January 22, 2018

Kansas City Afternoon News Link Study

Right now we want to share a great many Kansas City MSM news links for further study along with hottie Jodie inspiration despite her recent modeling game retirement.

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Kansas City Traffic Teaser!?!

MoDOT Has A Plan To Improve I-70 Around Kansas City But No Timeline

Missouri's plans for fixing a stretch of Interstate 70 in Kansas City are now public; the only hang-up now is a lack of funding. A final environmental impact statement released Wednesday by the Missouri Department of Transportation's Kansas City District spells out plans for I-70 just east of downtown KC.

Good Look At Metro Crook

FBI searching for suspect in Bonner Springs bank robbery

Authorities are looking for a man who they say robbed a bank in Bonner Springs, KS, on Monday morning. The robbery happened at about 10:24 a.m. at the KCB Bank, located at 13010 Commercial Drive. Federal Bureau of Investigations officials have been called in to assist with the investigation.

EPIC KCFD Rescue Report

KCFD on scene of house fire near E. 16th and Drury

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City firefighters responded to a burning home early Monday afternoon. It happened at a home near East 16th Street and Drury Avenue around 12:45 p.m. There is no word yet on what sparked the fire or if anyone is injured.

TV News Is All Traffic Tonight

Messy evening commute possible with snow moving into Kansas City area

A couple of areas of rain and snow are moving through eastern Kansas and western Missouri Monday afternoon.

Remember Local Feature Writing???

In case of nuclear attack, Kansas City says it's ready. Here's why

On a rooftop 18 stories above a busy Kansas City street, it's 16 degrees, the wind's blowing and here comes a bunch of bundled-up guys who, fittingly, want to see what some might call a monument to madness. And there it sits atop this old building on Independence Avenue: a Chrysler Victory Air-Raid Siren.

Gen-X Kansas City Comeback

Foo Fighters announce October concert in Kansas City

AP Photo SOURCE: AP Photo Here come our heroes. Foo Fighters announced Monday seven additional dates for their Concrete and Gold Tour, and Kansas City was one of the cities added. They will perform Oct. 12 at the Sprint Center, and tickets go on sale at 9 a.m. Friday.

Pitch Occupied With Doughnut Promo

Black Dirt and Doughnut Lounge Overland Park open their doors, Torn Label turns three, and more food and drink events for your week: January 22-28

Courtesy of Black Dirt Monday, January 22 After the Harvest, the Linwood YMCA, and Healthy Communities Wyandotte are teaming up together tonight to present a free screening of the documentary Wasted at Cinder Block Brewing Company (110 East 18th Avenue). The film addresses food waste in the United States.

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


Anonymous said...

Any chance you could cover the murder of a man in Raytown? Murdered in his own front yard by a drunk that had the wrong house. The Jackson County Prosecutor has only charged him with Involuntary Manslaughter.

Greedo said...

I think we already talked about that story on Saturday. Here's the link. It might have already moved off the front page.

Anonymous said...

Easy fix for the I-70 traffic problem, and the Plaza and City Market parking problem.

Two new State Laws:
1) no vehicle can be licensed in the State until it is fully paid for.
2) any unlicensed vehicle being driven on public property must be immediately stopped and seized, then auctioned off within 30 days.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^Kinky, but I like it.

Anonymous said...

Foo Fighters, wow a concert with a band that has made its name in the last 20 years !

Anonymous said...

Jackson County is hiring more staff to expand the house arrest program. Check they are looking to clear prisoners out of the jail and put as many as possible on the streets.

Anonymous said...

Thanks. I'm still pissed I guess.