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Closer to home, these are the news links that power our afternoon . . .
Help Find This KCMO Lady Dumper
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City, Missouri officials are asking for help in finding at least two people suspected of illegal dumping. John Baccala, a spokesman for KCMO Neighborhoods and Housing Services, said that the individuals have illegally dumped items on three separate occasions.
Golden Ghetto Woman Scorned
OLATHE, KS. (AP) - An Olathe woman already charged with trying to kill her three children is now accused of seeking a hit man to kill her ex-husband. Therese Irene Roever was charged Wednesday with a second attempted capital murder charge for plotting to have an unnamed person kill John Roever.
Urban Core Banking Switcheroo
A former teller at the Central Bank of Kansas City has pleaded guilty to embezzling $396,000. Stacey Lyn Crail worked with an accomplice, who was not named in court documents.
Police Ask Help In Suspected Snag
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Overland Park police are searching for a van in connection with a report of a possible kidnapping. Witnesses told police on Wednesday that they saw a disturbance between two men and a woman between 5 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. in a parking lot in the 9400 block of 75th Street.
Living Local History
Kansas City, MO - There's more than one World War One monument in Kansas City. Did you know? There is, of course, the big one. The Liberty Memorial that rises high over Midtown as the National World War I Museum and Memorial of the United States.
Retro Metro Art Revealed
Randy Regier creates fiction with his art. Not in the sense that a painting of a scene that never took place is fiction, but in the way a teenage boy might get a kick out of placing an odd object in his house to make his mom pause.
Old School Kansas City Football
The Kansas City Chiefs brought starting right tackle Mitch Schwartz to the podium on Wednesday, and friend of the site Tom Martin of KCTV5 asked Schwartz a good question about the creativity of Andy Reid in his play-calling. Schwartz had a rather interesting answer: How many NFL players reference the 1920s in an answer about schemes?
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .