Monday, March 05, 2018

BACK TO THE MARCH MONDAY GRIND!!!



AND WE'RE BACK!!!

Right now we return to the local discourse empowered by hottie Kate who stole the show at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party amid and ongoing ruckus with one of her former employers.

And all of this brings us closer to home to some of the top local news links for this morning . . . Take a peek:

Kansas City Back To Biz

Food, blockchain and AgTech startups join 2018 Sprint Accelerator class

With its fifth cohort of early-stage firms, the Sprint Accelerator scoured the globe for a brood of ag, food and tech startups that aim to leverage area corporate partnerships. The Crossroads Arts District-based accelerator announced on Monday nine new startups that will participate in its 90-day, mentor-driven program.


Another Tragic Fatality Overnight On The Kansas City Highway of Death

Pedestrian hit, killed while crossing US-71 near 55th

A pedestrian has been hit and killed while crossing a metro highway early Monday morning.


Local Old School Blaze

Man tries to stop fire at senior living complex

KANSAS CITY, Mo, -- A man tried to put out a fire in a neighbor's unit at the Armour Oaks Senior Living Community on Sunday. Dennis Lafferty was visiting his mother who lives in the Garden Villas at the Armour Oaks Senior Living Community when someone knocked on her door.


Community Revitalization Redux
The Inside Job
Woman Scorned Calls La Migra

Kansas man deported after ex-girlfriend reports him to ICE

Serafin Alegria-Zamora's attorney called it a "final act of terror" when an ex-girlfriend reported the Mexican national to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. That led to the Kansas man's deportation on Friday, according to his attorney, Rekha Sharma-Crawford.


Show-Me Comprehensive Protest

Missouri Dreamers and allies press for long-term immigration solution

Young immigrants in Missouri who are protected by an Obama administration program that granted them temporary permission to stay in the United States are taking their case to members of Congress. In Missouri, 3,500 young people have registered under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.


The Forecast This Week

First Alert Forecast: Rain chances Monday, spring temps stick around

First Alert Forecast: Rain chances Monday, spring temps stick around


Marshmello & Logic - EVERYDAY is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Long term immigration solution? No more Mexicans, middle easterners, Asians, and deport every one of them that is here illegally.

Anonymous said...

Thank you to the ex-girlfriend.

Anonymous said...

Nobody likes you @7:12. Sorry you woke up so hateful. Not even Trump agrees with you, America is diverse but you are just sad. You're on the wrong side of history.

Anonymous said...

There needs to be more people like Serafin Alegria-Zamora's ex-girlfriend and the deport both of them.