Just A Few Local News Links Of Note . . .

Quick look at news for tonight and a glimpse at local weekend notes. Take a look:

Kansas City St. Paddy's Domestic Violence

Man ends standoff with police after punching wife

UPDATE MARCH 17, 2018 9:00 A.M. - Just before 9:00 Saturday morning the man exited the residence and surrendered without incident. Charges are expected later today. A man allegedly punched his wife, is threatening to shoot at officers, and is refusing to exit his house in the 3400 block of Montgall.

JoCo Suspect After Blaze

Overland Park man charged in connection with apartment fire

An Overland Park man is facing arson charges in connection with a fire that happened at Cedar Crest Apartments on Friday. Darian Deron Patrick Mitchell has been charged with one count of arson and one count of aggravated arson. According to court documents, Mitchell damaged an apartment at the complex by causing a fire with a dishwasher in some way.

EPIC Fire East Of Downtown Kansas City



Northland Wildlife

Wandering horse found in Clay County

Clay County Sheriff's Deputies are hitting the trial, looking for the owner of a horse. Shortly after 1:00 Saturday Afternoon Deputies posted pictures on facebook, of a horse wandering at NE 132nd & Mt. Olivet, and haven't been able to locate an owner.

Hipster Help Wanted

Parlor, Kansas City's New Food Hall, Is Seeking Local Chefs

Parlor, Kansas City's newest food hall set to open this fall in the Crossroads Arts District, is currently looking for a few good chefs. The collaborative new dining hall is under construction and plans to serve as a launch pad for seven brand-new restaurant concepts, in addition to offering two bars, stylish lounge areas and a second-floor open-air deck.

Golden Ghetto Bad Hombre Suspects

4 men charged in Johnson County in connection with identity theft

Four men from the East Coast have been charged in Johnson County for allegedly stealing someone's identity and trying to defraud them.

Hoping For A Bit More Luck 2018

Kansas City Royals: Rotation could be bright spot for 2018 Royals

It was announced on Thursday by Ned Yost that Danny Duffy would be starting Opening Day for the Kansas City Royals. There's definitely no surprise there, as Duffy is head and shoulders the best starting pitcher on the roster. Yost also said that Ian Kennedy would be the number two starter, but the other three spots are up for grabs.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .


  1. The cops in Johnson County actually catch and prosecute identity thieves.

  2. Actually, they don't much.
    Was told by them after an elderly family member's identity was stolen that Jo. Co. is so swamped with this that they only go after HUGE amounts of money stolen, by this method.
    I was told to take care of it myself.

  3. Sad those type now blend in Johnson County.


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