Wednesday, April 25, 2018

The Kansas City Morning News Cover

This reality TV star hottie proves that we can all clean-up the planet and our industry . . .

USmag: Kourtney Kardashian Visited Congress in the Name of Clean Beauty

Her latest covered yet wet & wild promo pix prove that she takes the fashion game seriously . . .

Closer to home we check these morning news links that are also worth a peek:

Kansas City Crash Sites

Your chances of getting a traffic ticket in Kansas City are increasing

Your chances of getting a traffic ticket in Kansas City are increasing. Kansas City, Missouri police are stepping up traffic enforcement, and they're doing it by issuing more tickets. 2017 was a deadly year on Kansas City's streets. 99 people died in vehicle crashes.

MLK Talk & More Later

MLK advisory board discusses renaming options, including The Paseo

About 40 people attended the first public hearing of Kansas City's Martin Luther King advisory group. The panel was assembled after some people suggested it would be a good idea to rename The Paseo after the civil rights leader.

Local Life Lessons

Herald returns to KC's Notre Dame de Sion School as its president - Kansas City Business Journal

Alicia Herald has found a new match for her career. As the CEO and founder of myEDmatch LLC, she ran a startup that created a platform that pairs teachers and schools based on their compatibility, saving schools on teacher attrition costs. Now, she's returning to her own high school to serve as its president.

Meth Town Burnout Aftermath

Independence family loses everything in house fire just one day after insurance expires

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. -- An Independence family lost everything in a fire, only to discover their insurance policy expired the day before. In fact, they were trying to come up with the money needed to renew it after premiums went up. Now, they struggling through a hard-learned lesson. "It was unbelievable.

TKC Reader Suggestion: Uranus Stinks!!!

Uranus' clouds smell like rotten eggs, says Oxford researcher

We might not know a lot about Uranus, but now, thanks to scientific research, we know it smells like rotten eggs. According to Patrick Irwin from the University of Oxford, Uranus contains hydrogen sulfide, which has an odiferous gas smell.

City Hall Hobo Kindness

KC Council approves allocation for indigent care

Samuel U. Rodgers has been allocated $927,030 for indigent care by the City of Kansas City during the next fiscal year, while the Kansas City CARE Clinic will receive $538,660 for the same purpose. The funds are part of a nearly $31 million budget to cover primary health care services for uninsured individuals in Kansas City, Missouri.

Warm Welcome To Defeat

LoCain returns to Kansas City, helps lift Brewers over Royals 5-2

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Lorenzo Cain spent seven seasons with the Kansas City Royals, winning two American League pennants and a World Series title while growing accustomed to the cheers of their adoring fans. The jersey has changed. That love for Cain has not.

Janelle MonĂ¡e - I Like That is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


Anonymous said...

Does the President of a Catholic School wear the uniform too?

Anonymous said...

Its tragic that a family lost all of their stuff. But, how did they own their home outright and not have money for insurance renewals? Because, if they were paying a mortgage, the mortgagor would pay the insurance bill as part of escrow, something that would occur 1 to 2 weeks before renewal. House insurance is not like car insurance where people typically scam car insurance to get proof then immediately cancel it. House insurance is actively maintained to protect the mortgagor.

Anonymous said...

Not to mention that the go fund me page was set up by someone apparently unrelated to the family other than being based in Independence. Watch out for go fund me, there is zero guarantee that it actually goes to the people you think it is going to. Maybe the people that set it up will legitimately give some of the cash to the family; but probably not all. Problem is, most people are scammers, especially those who do digital begging.