Tuesday, March 13, 2018
The Kansas City Tuesday News Ketchup
The weather is kinda weird in that it's unclear if a heavy coat or lighter garments are required in much the same way that we admire the red ridding hoodie goodness of hottie Lucy as we cycle through some of the links that are worth a look and maybe even a click but not a feature.
Take a peek:
Look Both Ways In KCMO: City makes changes at dangerous intersection, but some worry that it won’t make a difference
Calling It Quits At The Courthouse: At least one more Jackson County legislator – and likely two – is not running for re-election.At-large Legislator Garry Baker, D-Buckner, said Monday he does not plan to file.
Golden Ghetto BBQ Scam Charges: Olathe barbecue restaurant owner accused of stealing credit card information
Local Consumer Warning: Metro contractor disappears on another family after taking thousands of dollars, not finishing the job
Gun Control Stays Losing In Sunflower State: Amendments stall Kansas domestic violence gun bill
Show-Me Class Action Crackdown: Contentious civil litigation measure passes first hurdle in Missouri House
Another Youngsters Debate With La Migra: Kansas family questions immigration laws, hopes proposed legislation will close adoption loophole
High Flying Consequences: Lawsuit says Prairie Village man died due to negligence on Southwest Airlines flight
Local Democracy Conversation: The High Stakes Trial Over Kansas Voter Laws
Meth Town Crime Team Taken Down: Two Kansas City pleaded guilty Monday to federal charges in connection with a string of 10 armed robberies at area businesses, including four in Independence.
KCPD Save Suicidal Woman: KC police involved in standoff with armed suspect on Independence Avenue
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