Monday night news link overflow worth a peek for for tonight. Checkit:
South Kansas City Renaissance?!?!
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The All Saints Episcopal Church at 9201 Wornall Rd. has been vacant for four years. A St. Louis developer wants to turn the site into a 98-unit apartment complex. The City Plan Commission on approving a development plan and two other items in the project on Tuesday at 9 a.m.
Lcoal Crime Fight Collabo
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt has teamed up with the FBI to combat human trafficking.
New Water Park Owner After Decapitation
Six Flags, Cedar Fair and other possibilities for Schlitterbahn buyers - Kansas City Business Journal
For months, Schlitterbahn has been mum about its plans in Kansas City, Kan. The three years since a boy died on the KCK water park's Verruckt water slide have brought waves of litigation and negative publicity for the project and its Texas-based parent, Schlitterbahn Waterparks & Resorts.
Po-Po Should Buy Lottery Ticket
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Dash cam video posted Monday by the Johnson County Sheriff shows just how close a deputy came to being struck by a commercial van. A sheriff's spokesman said the incident occurred early Friday night, May 17, in the eastbound lanes of W 179th Street just west of U.S.
Traffic Tragedy Update
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - Police have identified a motorcyclist that was killed in a crash in the Northland. On May 4, just before midnight, 44-year-old David D. Waggoner Jr., was thrown from his motorcycle after he crashed into a concrete curb, traveling at high rated speeds, on Deramus Avenue and N.
Local 'Hail No' Advice
Summer can mean some big storms that might drop some large hail that can cause thousands of dollars in damage to cars left out in a storm. If you know a big storm is headed toward you, there are ways to keep your car protected.
Soggy Kansas City Life Cont'd
Rain and storms will continue Monday evening for the Kansas City area. The low will drop to about 52 degrees. Storms will continue into Tuesday morning. Some o...
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