Saturday, May 04, 2019

Kansas City Saturday Morning Link Dump!!!



With respect to Jenny McCarthy's most iconic media moment, we share this smattering of local news that's worth a peek but maybe not debate. Take a look . . .


Overview On New Jackson County Policy

Jackson County sheriff adopts 'restrictive' pursuit policy

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Jackson County Sheriff Darryl Forte announced changes to the department's pursuit policy Thursday, one day after a for injuring an innocent bystander . Forte posted on Facebook that he began reviewing the policy shortly after taking office, which also happened in May 2018.


Kansas City Code Of Silence Upheld

Victims of double shooting in Kansas City tell police they didn't know who shot them

Victims of a double shooting late Wednesday told police that they didn't know the people who shot them. The victims were injured in the shooting about 11 p.m. in the 3500 block of Independence Avenue in Kansas City. Police are investigating.


Local Dude Gives Back

Blue Springs electrician builds beds for children in need

BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. - After seeing children's rooms without beds during visits to customers' homes, a longtime electrician decided to take action and began building handmade beds for kids in need. Scott Foster has made his living as an electrician for over 20 years, but he spends his free time during carpentry after seeing children in tough living conditions touched his heart.


Kansas City Survivor Story

Ahead of pancreatic cancer walk, local man celebrates 4 years cancer-free

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- As the Purple Stride Kansas City Walk gets ready to kick off Saturday morning, a local survivor who wasn't given much of a chance to survive his own pancreatic cancer wants people to take notice of the deadly disease. Pancreatic cancer has the highest mortality rate of all major cancers.


Kansas City Booze News Serving

Tom's Town adds new whiskey to fuel its growth plans - Kansas City Business Journal

Tom's Town Distilling Co. has been expanding into new states. But to really get in the mix in these new markets, the Kansas City-based company added a high-quality, but less-expensive, whiskey that bars and restaurants can use for cocktails. Tom's Town already offers Pendergast Royal Gold Bourbon, a premium sipping whiskey.


Meth Town Deluge Documented

Independence store continues to deal with recurrent flooding

INDEPENDENCE, MO (KCTV) -- With more rain on the way, an Independence business owner fears it's a matter of time before water rushes into her store once again. The owner believes the problem is man-made and needs to be fixed.


Off-Season Moves Amid Scandal

Chiefs cut three, sign one, plus other roster notes ahead of rookie minicamp

The Kansas City Chiefs released three players and signed one ahead of rookie minicamp, which begins on Saturday, May 4. The Chiefs released wide receiver Josh Crockett, defensive tackle Henry Mondeaux and fullback Aaron Ripkowski and signed Old Dominion defensive end Tim Ward.


Show-Me Deep Dive For More Cash

River Town Mayors Nervously Watch Rising Water, Want More Funding For Flood Prevention

Civic leaders along the Mississippi River are bracing for near-record flood levels in the coming days and weeks. Mayors in Missouri and Illinois say federal programs that aim to prevent flood damage need more funding to adequately support river towns that face evacuation and income loss.


Rock Chalk Democracy Switcheroo

Kansas Democrats join other states in scrapping presidential caucuses

The Kansas Democratic Party is eliminating the caucus process and will switch to a presidential primary election method in May of 2020. Primaries are much simpler and more convenient for voters, said Ethan Corson, Kansas Democratic Party executive director.


Kansas City Hobo Party Prep

Hope Faith Ministries to host benefit ball Saturday to help homeless

Hope Faith Ministries, which helps the homeless get back on their feet, will host a benefit ball on Saturday.


Local Soldier History Well Remembered

After 75 years, KCK World War II hero's remains returned

Hide Transcript Show Transcript SAVING A FELLOW MARINE. NOW HE IS FINALLY HOME. AFTER ALL OF THESE YEARS, THEY NEVER KNEW, IN FACT NOBODY KNEW THE ANSWER TO THIS QUESTION. WHERE WAS UNCLE NICK? IN THIS DAY AND AGE WE ARE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR A HERO. HE WAS A HERO.


Kansas City Sasquatch Celebration
Northeast area film director finally presents six year film project
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

That is quite a relief.

Very good link'n.

Made me realize it's time to move. See ya beetches!

Steamed Hams KC said...

^^^ Good riddance d-bag.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- STARTING A MOVEMENT

When feeling a bit constipated, Jenny picks up The NY Times and soon everything comes out well in the end!!!

Anonymous said...

The girl in that toilet pose looks like she's enjoying a really good Chuck.