Tuesday, April 30, 2019

The Kansas City Tuesday Night Link Pool



Hottie Jordan inspires us to compile more than a handful of news for our evening readers. First just a bit of context and info that some news outlets want to get off their chest:

Cosmo: This is what the milk ducts in your breasts actually look like

NewsAU: Daring festival-goers rock topless ‘glitter boobs’ trend at Coachella

Closer to home, here are more than a few news links for readers to dive right into . . .

Kansas City Neighborhood Conversation

Northeast Newscast Episode 85: Northeast Community Innovation District with Adrienne Haynes

On this week's episode of the Northeast Newscast, we are speaking with Adrienne Haynes, an attorney and business woman who specializes in helping entrepreneurs develop sustainable infrastructure and business practices. She is the managing partner of SEED Law, a boutique business law firm, and owner of SEED Collective, a consultancy.


Rock Chalk Challenge

Governor Laura Kelly names new appeals court judge amid lawsuit

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Kansas' governor nominated a new judge Tuesday to the state's second-highest court, despite a lawsuit over whether she has the authority to fill the vacancy after withdrawing her first nominee over his past political tweets. Democratic Gov.


Show-Me Hog Wild Politicos

Overnight filibuster in Missouri Senate ends in win for ag groups that want to lure big farms

JEFFERSON CITY * A proposal to do away with local rules on big farms earned initial approval Tuesday in the Missouri Senate after an overnight filibuster from Democrats concerned about pollution caused by concentrated animal feeding operations. Twenty counties, mostly in the northern half of the state, have sought to regulate the large animal operations known as CAFOs through local health ordinances.


Cowtown Fire Bug Suspect Weirdness

KC business says ex-landlord acted 'bizarre' in days prior to alleged arson-for-hire plot

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- We're now hearing from the owner of one of the businesses a Gladstone woman is accused of trying to burn down. Mia Jamison is facing federal charges after allegedly trying to hire someone to torch a building she owned near 39th and Bell.


Cowtown Soccer Reconfiguration

Key for Sporting Kansas City's ailing defense? Get back to the basics

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Sporting Kansas City are in the middle of a rut defensively, last pitching a shutout on March 14 in the Concacaf Champions League against Panamanian side C.A. Independiente. Across their last three league games - draws against struggling New England Revolution and New York


Double Up On Deck

Rain postpones Royals-Rays; Teams to play doubleheader on Wednesday

Due to heavy rains expected in the Kansas City area this evening, the Kansas City Royals-Tampa Bay Rays game scheduled for tonight has been postponed. The clubs will play a single-admission doubleheader on Wednesday, with the first game scheduled for 12:15 p.m., and the second game beginning 45 minutes after the conclusion of the first game.


Future Bloch Among KC Tech Startups???

Zach Pettet: Henry Bloch gave KC a legacy to believe in; let's make him proud

Editor's note: Zach Anderson Pettet is vice president of FinTech strategy at nbkc bank and managing director of Fountain City FinTech . Opinions expressed in this commentary are the author's alone. Henry Bloch made an immeasurable impact on Kansas City.


And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Who doesn't like tits?

Anonymous said...

More corporate farms and less regulation for them. Yay Republicans. This should be good news for the family farmers in Missouri...smdh.