Sunday, February 11, 2018

The Kansas City Sunday News Look



Headlines from around this city inspired by angel Candice and our commitment to local news. Take a look:

More Deets On Deadly Icy Streets

Police: Salt truck driver discovers deadly crash in the Northland

Kansas City police are investigating a deadly crash in the area of NW 132nd Street and N Winan Avenue. According to police, a salt truck driver found a white jeep off the roadway shortly after 4 a.m. Sunday. The jeep had crashed into a utility pole at the intersection.


Budget Chatter Starts Now

First responders get first cut at increased spending in KC's proposed budget

Kansas City's police and fire departments claim the biggest share of new spending in the proposed operating budget submitted last week by City Manager Troy Schulte. Forecasts of robust growth in sales and utility tax revenues support the proposed $1.6 billion budget for the fiscal year that begins May 1.


Golden Ghetto Lesson In New Beginnings

Finalists for SMSD Superintendent meet with parents, staff

Shawnee Mission School District gave the community a chance to meet with the 3 finalists for superintendent on Saturday.


Fake Po-Po On The Phone

Phone scammers pretending to be police target metro residents

CLAY COUNTY, Mo. -- The Clay County Sheriff's Office is warning residents to be vigilant after reports of a phone scam targeting people and businesses in the area. Towards the beginning of the week sheriff's deputies began getting calls about someone pretending to be a deputy.


Show-Me Democrats Calling Out Public Official Pay Record

House Minority Leader- Department of Social Services Director drawing higher salary than permitted by state law

(From Rep. Gail McCann-Beatty, D-Kansas City) Missouri Department of Social Services Director Steve Corsi is drawing a higher salary than allowed by state law under an unusual arrangement under which is also paid through the Department of Health and Senior Services.


More Deets On Doggie Good Deeds

Olathe firefighters rescue dog from icy pond

Olathe firefighters rescued a dog from an icy pond on Friday.


Kansas City Breakfast Good Life

Ruby Jean's Juicery + New Restaurants On Troost + Breakfast Spots

From Twinkies to smoothies: If you grew up in Kansas City, you may remember the Wonder Hostess Thrift Shop Bakery on Troost. We visit Ruby Jean's Juicery, which has opened in that spot. Then, hear about some of the other new restaurants opening on Troost.


The Civil Wars - Sacred Heart is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Cut the police department.

Anonymous said...

Cut welfare

Anonymous said...

Rep. Gail McCann-Beatty, D-Kansas City photo =

Frankenstein's sister

Anonymous said...

Cut social security

Anonymous said...

Cut millenials balls off. Oh wait, they don’t have any balls.