Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Kansas City Tuesday Night News Stroll

A pop culture question for the ages . . .

W: How Does Taylor Swift Solve a Problem Like Her Squad?

Closer to home, we're parting company with these news links that are worth a peek before the morning rush . . .

Show-Me Sen. Kiki Challenge!!!

Jackson County lawmaker tries uniting all of Missouri behind the Chiefs

JEFFERSON CITY, MO (KCTV) -- It's no secret that Kansas City loves the Chiefs, and now one Missouri lawmaker wants to spread that love to the entire state. The lawmaking process began in the senate lounge Tuesday, as Jackson County lawmaker Kiki Curls introduced a piece of legislation that's a break from the norm.

Newspaper Publishes Provincialism

Kansas and Missouri boost rural areas and overlook cities | The Kansas City Star

Kansas and Missouri lawmakers are considering bills to strengthen the rural economy. Those efforts will work better when legislators understand the importance of urban areas to the states' well-being.

Double Power Play Talk

Westar And KCP&L Say Coal Pushed Up Kansas Electric Rates, But Investments Will Pay Off Soon

Companies have complained for years that electricity rates run higher in Kansas than in surrounding states. That gives manufacturers and retailers in other states an edge, they say, and discourages businesses from moving to Kansas. Now the Legislature wants to know what's causing such a disparity.

Kansas City Diploma Mill Blues

Weeks after it suddenly closed, Vatterott students and staff still without personal items

Local Vatterott College students and staff members are facing more frustration more than a month after the school suddenly closed its doors. Some of their belongings are still locked inside. Bernard Flucke was a professor in the automotive department. He was training future mechanics when he lost his job.

Tragedy In Paradise

Maui Now: Kansas City Woman Pulled Unresponsive From South Maui Waters

A visitor was pulled unresponsive Saturday from South Maui waters. The incident was reported at 1:13 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019. Maui Ocean Safety and fire personnel responded to assist a snorkeler in the area of the Kamaole point (between Kamaole 2 and Kamaole 3 beach parks).

Golden Ghetto Doggie Best Wishes

Puppy abandoned in Lenexa is improving, reward offered for his abusers

A puppy abandoned at a construction site and tied to a pole in freezing temperatures is recovering after dealing with hypothermia and malnourishment. Curiosity and spunk are starting to slowly return to the puppy now named Ridge. "He's doing incredibly well," said puppy foster parent Michelle Taylor.

Kansas City Legacy Contemplation

Two years since Ace 30: Kansas City remembers life of Yordano Ventura

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- For many around Kansas City it might seem like yesterday. For others, it might feel like an eternity. But Jan. 22, 2019, marks the two-year anniversary of the death of Kansas City Royals rising superstar Yordano Ventura. Ventura died in a car crash in his home country of the Dominican Republic in 2017.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .


Anonymous said...

R.I.P. Ace.

Anonymous said...

Dave Helling thinks he knows and understands rural America.

Anonymous said...

Well, Dave has a lawn at his home in Johnson County.
And he has to fertilize and mow it.
Doesn't that count?

Anonymous said...

I wonder if Taylor and her squad lick each other’s pussies.