Thursday, January 18, 2018

Kansas City News Link Look Tonight



Tonight we draw inspiration from classic Pammy hotness and check some of the other news links worth a peek. Checkit:

Cold Weather Kills KCMO Pipes

Since Sunday, there have been over 50 water line breaks in Kansas City

A water main break closed roads in Brookside early Thursday morning. The break happened before 4:15 a.m. in the area of Oak and 63rd Streets. KC Water officials say a 12-inch main broke in the area. Water covered the area and flowed down nearby streets.


#BetterKCI Wishlist Complete

KCI Project Agreement Progresses As Kansas City Continues Negotiations With Edgemoor

Kansas City officials on Thursday weighed in on negotiations for an agreement with Maryland-based Edgemoor Infrastructure & Real Estate to build an estimated $1 billion new terminal at Kansas City International Airport. A skeptical city council heard the latest changes to the Memorandum of Understanding - a development agreement that sets out terms, guidelines and landmarks for the project.


Kansas City Drug Store Rush

Liquid flu medicine in high demand in Kansas City

Kansas City, Mo. - KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Local pharmacies say the recent spike in flu cases has made it more challenging to keep the liquid form of Tamiflu and it's generic counterparts in stock. 41 Action News called several KC-area hospitals and pharmacies.


Jail Crackdown Continues

Former corrections officer pleads guilty to smuggling contraband to Jackson Co. Jail inmates

A former correctional officer at the Jackson County Jail has pleaded guilty to smuggling contraband to inmates last year. Jalee Caprice Fuller, 30, of Independence, Mo., pleaded guilty Thursday to her role in a conspiracy to smuggle contraband cell phones and other items to inmates at the Jackson County Detention Center.


Deadly KCMO Illegal Dumping Alleged After Suspected Bad Drug Deal

Brothers charged in 2017 kidnapping, murder of man found dumped in Kessler Park

Two Kansas City brothers have been charged in connection with the kidnapping, murder, and abandonment of a body in Kessler Park in summer 2017. Antonio R. Love, 25, and Miguel R. Love, 26, have been charged with murder first degree, kidnapping, abandonment of a corpse, and two counts of armed criminal action in connection with the death of Michael Anthony High-Frump.


Show-Me Tax Break Teaser

Greitens unveils highlights of his tax plan, but holds off on full details

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens has released portions of his plan to cut taxes in Missouri. Greitens said in a written statement Thursday afternoon that most of the details of his proposal will be laid out "in the coming weeks." But the Republican governor has listed several goals, or "principles," that make up the plan.


Kansas City Playing For Time Redux

The Kansas City Chiefs retain Bob Sutton for another week

Ever since the 2017 season ended for the Kansas City Chiefs, head coach Andy Reid has made a number of changes to his coaching staff. However, Chiefs Kingdom is largely still waiting to hear about one major change in particular-one that seems less and less likely given the amount of time that's already passed as well as the lack of buzz.


And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Greitens didn't release?

Anonymous said...

^^^ LOL!

I did after that comment.

Anonymous said...

Two Kansas City brothers.... Rhode scholars from Mexico