Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Kansas City Tuesday Night Run Through



Quick collection of some of the news night topics that we didn't have time to cover in-depth but still deserve a look. Checkit:


We Talked Kansas City Priorities Over The Weekend And Now It's News FACT

City discusses top priorities for 2019

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Kansas City, Missouri leaders are taking a look at their top priorities moving into the new year. A block in Columbus Park used to be a vacant city owned lot, now its affordable housing. And housing is on the city council's top priorities for the next year.


Downtown Booze News

Tom's Town Distilling, city see progress in license talks - Kansas City Business Journal

The owners of Tom's Town Distilling Co. will not appeal their case to this city's Liquor Board on Tuesday morning. They said they have been working with the city attorney's office to find a solution to the ongoing disagreement among the distillery, its neighbors and the city over the additional conditions Tom's Town is subject to with its liquor license that its neighbors are not.


Meth Town Friendly Fire Case

Suspect involved in Wagstaff shooting on trial Tuesday

INDEPENDENCE, MO (KCTV) -- A bench trial is underway for a man accused of zip-tying a victim inside an Independence home during a robbery that ended with a police officer getting shot in the head. The injured officer, Tom Wagstaff, made a miraculous recovery and eventually retired from the Independence Police Department with 16 years of service in October.


JoCo Movie News

New effort underway to bring an old Shawnee, Kansas, theater back to life

Hide Transcript Show Transcript WEBVTT KRIS: ONCE AN ICONIC PIECE OF DOWNTOWN SHAWNEE, A BOARDED-UP MOVIE THEATRE WILL SOON GET NEW LIFE. HALEY KMBC 9'S CODY HOLYOKE : SHOWS US THE EFFORT TO GET THE PLACE UP AND RUNNING AGAIN.


Cold Blooded KCMO Case

Kansas City man pleads guilty to shooting man to death in front of family

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A 27-year-old Kansas City man has pleaded guilty in the shooting death of a man in 2016. Daniel Wilson pleaded guilty Tuesday in the murder of 27-year-old Tyrone London, according to the Jackson County Prosecutor's Office.


McCoy's Aftermath Again

Seg. 1: Westport Check-In. Seg. 2: Charitable Stores.

Westport has a vibrant daytime scene, as well as a lively nightlife, and McCoy's has been a long-time staple for both. We talk about the changing nature of the neighborhood, alongside concerns of security, privitization, and old, historic buildings. Segment 2: Buying a cup of coffee for charity.


Cowtown Victory

Plans to expand Valley Oaks Steak Company's cattle feedlot near Powell Gardens rejected

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - A Missouri commission has rejected a proposal to greatly expand Valley Oaks Steak Company, a cattle feedlot near the 970-acre Powell Gardens. Powell Gardens chief executive Tabitha Schmidt said she's "utterly elated" that the Missouri Clean Water Commission decided Monday to reverse earlier state approval of Valley Oaks Steak Company's expansion plan.


JoCo Against This Guy

Johnson County Residents Challenge Eligibility Of Newly Elected Kansas Legislator

Eleven Johnson County voters are challenging the eligibility of newly elected Adam T. Thomas, an Olathe Republican, to take his seat in the Kansas House of Representatives. The voters, 10 residents of Olathe and one resident of Spring Hill, allege that Thomas, who won the 26th District seat, was not a resident of the district when he declared his candidacy or ran for the seat.


Newspaper Notes Tech Trouble

Google Fiber in KC tells customers accounts were 'deleted' | The Kansas City Star

One Google Fiber customer in Kansas City received an email saying the company was "sorry to see you go!" when she had not canceled her service. A Fiber TV customer said he was told it was a company error.


Home Team Deal

MLB winter meetings: Royals, Billy Hamilton agree to one-year deal

Hamilton was non-tendered by the Reds at the end of November


Kansas City Sports Dreaming

Commentary: Kansas City Sports Fan's Wish List Tradition Continues

'Tis the season of giving - and for sports fans wishful thinking, as visions of playoff wins dance in their heads. Commentator Victor Wishna once again inventories his own hopes and dreams for the Kansas City sports scene in this holiday edition of 'A Fan's Notes.' It's that time of year again.


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