Tuesday, January 09, 2018

Kansas City Tuesday Night News Links

Tonight we can only take comfort in Tessa hotness and examine just a few local news items worth checking right now.

Take a peek:

Kansas City Needs Gift Of Life

Kansas City facing a shortage of blood thanks to the flu

The flu is partially to blame for a blood supply emergency at the Community Blood Center. Normally the center has a three to five day supply of all types of blood available. Right now, it's down to less than a day's supply.

Show-Me Money Conversation

Kansas City Hiker Treks From Georgia To Maine, And State Auditor Investigating Delayed Tax Refunds

When you think of a relaxing retirement, you don't normally consider hiking more than 2,000 miles. But you are not Deb Vacek, who took on the Appalachian Trail after leaving the professional world. Today, we meet the Kansas City adventurer.

Help Find This Local Due

KCPD looking for missing man with health issues

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City police are asking for the public's help locating a missing man with health issues. Police are looking for 31-year-old Emil Flemming. He's described as 5'11", 160 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen near Red Bridge and Askew on Tuesday.

Kansas City Biz Building Boom
CBRE: KC industrial space, average size continues growth - Kansas City Business Journal
KCK Lesson Complete

KCK Superintendent Cynthia Lane To Retire in June

One of the most outspoken school superintendents in Kansas, often a lightening rod for conservatives in the Legislature, announced Tuesday night that she is retiring in June. Cynthia Lane has led Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools for eight years and spent 29 years in the district.

Kansas City Weather Report

Fog to start Wednesday, rain or light snow mix possible late Thursday

Wednesday will be much warmer, and Thursday will drop us back into the deep freeze.

Behind The Local Lens
Photographer encourages people to find the beauty in KC
And this is the OPEN THREAD for this evening . . .

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