Saturday, April 13, 2019

Kansas City Morning News Link Lineup



Quick roundup of all the news links we're checking right now focused on KCMO but from around the metro as well. Checkit:

Apropos City College Talk This Week That Didn't Teach Kangaroos Much

Experts discuss civil discourse on campus

UMKC sponsored an event Tuesday night featuring a panel of experts discussing the role the university plays in fostering civil discourse. The discussion was one of two events following the official investiture of Chancellor Mauli Agrawal.


Kansas City Lady Of The Lake Found

Body recovered after vehicle drives into Longview Lake

A search and rescue team recovered the body of a woman who reportedly drove into the lake shortly after 7:00 Friday night. Witnesses reported that a woman was driving through the Longview Lake Marina at a high rate of speed.


Fair Weather Fanboys Forsake The Kansas City Home Team

Sam Mellinger: If a Royals game happens and nobody's there, what does it mean for the future?

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Whit Merrifield's hit streak died on Thursday, but he did preserve another streak: one more day of earnestly telling reporters the Royals' season won't continue to be this bad. And he's right! On the day Merrifield finally did not collect a hit, the Royals were on pace to lose 135 games.


More Info On Kansas City Crusade

KC Catholic diocese hires ex-FBI agents to look into sexual abuse by priests

The Catholic Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph has hired a group of former FBI agents to investigate sexual abuse in the church.The church hired a St.


Mizzou Law Dean Testimony

Law School Dean's Breast Cancer Diagnosis Has Changed Her Worldview

It sounds strange to say, but there is a gift in a cancer diagnosis. Since my diagnoses, people have just been incredibly warm, and thoughtful, kind and generous. I have been overwhelmed by how thoughtful people have been. I'm used to always being the caretaker for other people.


Kansas Tech Absolution?!?!

Backers Of A Kansas DNA Task Force Say It Could Exonerate Wrongly Convicted Prisoners

Eddie Lowery was a soldier stationed in Fort Riley, Kansas, in 1982, when he was sentenced to 11-years to-life in prison after being convicted of aggravated rape, assault and burglary. He had not committed the crime. "You're just wondering why this happens to you. Why?" Lowery says.


Katie Shares Nicer Local Forecast

Clouds to increase Saturday; high near 55

Hide Transcript Show Transcript BY 9:00, HERE AT 52. WE WILL SET THE HIGH AT 3:00 AND 5:00. ABOUT 10 DEGREES COLDER THAN WHAT WE SHOULD BE THIS TIME OF YEAR. THERE IS GOING TO BE A SEVERE WEATHER OUTBREAK. IT HAS ALREADY STARTED IN TEXAS AND IT WILL BE ENHANCING AND PARTS OF LOUISIANA.


And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Fuschia is a very becoming color on delectable Katie. The cleavage on the dress should be a little deeper and a push up bra would help.

Anonymous said...

Be very. very careful this weekend. Natives are very restless.

Assange Held At "Britain's Guantanamo Bay" said...

Got donuts?

Anonymous said...

Katie’s makes my younger hard.