The Kansas City Midweek News Laugh

Right now we admire visions of hottie Kate in her latest campaign and share all of these somewhat important Kansas City afternoon news links.


Kansas City Logo Comes Cheap

Why The Designer Of Kansas City's Official Seal Only Charged The City One Dollar To Make It

City of Fountains. Heart of the Nation. For more than 25 years, those words and an illustration of a blue and fuchsia fountain have served as the official seal of Kansas City, Missouri. It's been such an enduring logo that its designer, Patrice Eilts Jobe, was honored with a proclamation from Mayor Sly James on March 2.

Dead-Tree Tax Break Equivocation

KC Council shouldn't subsidize Three Light apartments without affordable housing plan

The Kansas City Council is headed toward a collision over public subsidies for luxury apartments downtown. Council members should take their time before reaching a decision. The city needs to get this right. The controversy surrounds a proposal by The Cordish Companies to build a third apartment complex - Three Light - at Truman Road and Main Street.

Meth Town Police On The Lookout

Independence Police searching for person of interest after gunshot victim was found inside a stolen car

The Independence Police Department is asking for help to locate a person of interest in an overnight shooting incident. Officers were conducting an area check on an unrelated call around 2:42 a.m. Wednesday when officers located a stolen vehicle near 18th Street and Waubesa Avenue.

Teachable Moment On KCMO Violence
KC students struck by gun violence search for solutions at MECA
Big Money Local List

Several Missouri, Kansas residents land on Forbes' billionaires list - Kansas City Business Journal

Several Missouri and Kansas residents are among the world's billionaires, including one with Olathe ties. Forbes released its 2018 ranking, which had a record 2,208 billionaires. Their total net worth is $9.1 trillion, an 18 percent boost from last year.

Talking Missouri Racial Drama On Campus

Green Duck Lounge - Being a Black Student on a Majority-white Campus

Being a black student at MU, or any majority-white campus or institution, isn't easy, but the culture is slowly changing for the better. That's the takeaway from a recent in-studio conversation with MU Education professor Adrian Clifton and Law professor S. David Mitchell.

EXCELSIOR Kansas City Neighborhood Crime Writing From Northeast News

Hot night in the old town last night.

Things were certainly hopping last night about 7:30 pm on Independence Avenue between Maple Boulevard and Garfield Avenue. In the picture on the Left, four KCPD vehicles can be seen in the parking lot of the BP at Independence and Maple.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


  1. I think it's hilarious. There is a news link about high school kids literally getting shot and the white people helping them. On the other hand you have the college people whining about getting "profiled" and how that hurts their little feelings.

  2. Good point! On top of that it was all lies about MU started by guess who? The trouble making coloreds that’s who!

    1. You can point out their stupidity without using the racial slurs.

  3. sLIE don’t want no po people in his downtown, no siree!

  4. I admire Justin.


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