Tuesday, May 07, 2019

The Kansas City Tuesday News Rip

Sharing doubly important hard news on the topic of pop culture and fashion from around the world:

Fox News: Emily Ratajkowski's bare-butt 'business casual' look perplexes fans: 'Where is business in this picture?'

Daily Mail: Emily Ratajkowski claims she 'accidentally' ripped her jeans causing her naked bottom to be exposed... as fans complain the post is too 'cheeky'

Closer to home here are some of the most important news links that matter for tonight . . .

Celebrate Great KCMO Sellout!!!

Kansas City Parks & Recreation Department approves plan to dispose of land

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Board members said all four properties were brought to the parks and recreation board by people interested in developing them. Tuesday, the board passed resolutions to remove portions of those park properties. At Hodge Park, the North Kansas City School District is proposing a development on 36 acres near Shoal Creek Parkway.

Kansas City Turned Waldo Into Toilet

Family in Waldo fights water, sewage problems in home

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- The people who live along a stretch in Waldo have simply had enough. The number of times one family has been flooded is hard to imagine. "Since 2010, we have flooded 15 times," said Jill Thomas, who is a resident of Waldo.

Westside Overflow Update

Flood control project for Turkey Creek on track

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A plan to alleviate flooding along Southwest Boulevard in both Kansas City, Missouri, and Kansas City, Kansas, continues to make progress. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is installing underground pipes to take storm runoff under a field and train tracks and deposit it directly in Turkey Creek.

Urban Core Street Danger

Neighbors claim construction has created hazards along Prospect

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Some neighbors along Prospect Avenue claim construction that's part of a $54-million bus rapid transit line has created some hazards that pose a danger to both drivers and pedestrians. Neighbors are concerned about a giant hole near 43rd Street and Prospect Avenue.

Kansas City Good Life In Pix

The 2019 Derby Party at the Kansas City Museum

Northeast News The 2019 Derby Party at the Kansas City Museum was Saturday, May 4. Check out our photos of ...

Construction Season Dampened

Rainy weather impacting construction around KC metro

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Missouri Department of Transportation officials say recent soggy weather is having an impact on construction projects across the Kansas City metro area. Brian Burger, MoDOT district construction and materials engineer, said crews can do minor work on rainy days, such as pavement and sidewalk repairs, but construction needs to be pushed back until conditions dry out.

Local Startup Life Lesson

Fund Me, KC: 'Scarlet Knight' returns to inner city streets with moral dilemma

Startland News is continuing its segment to highlight area entrepreneurs' efforts to accelerate their businesses. This is an opportunity for entrepreneurs - like Juaquan Allen with his Scarlet Knight campaign - to share their crowdfunding stories to gain a little help from their supporters. My name is Juaquan "Jay" Allen.

Kansas City Awaits More Storms

Heavy rain expected late Tuesday night into early Wednesday

Thunderstorms will move into the Kansas City area late Tuesday night and linger into the overnight hours. There will be heavy rain with these storms. There's an...

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


Anonymous said...

Selling off park land is Bullshit!

Anonymous said...

I agree 7:06, this group of sLIE and clowncil crooks have been giving away park land for years now, they just had a vote last year to get rid of park owned property at 2025 Tracy and they even demolished the structure and cleared the land for the developers they gave it too. This shit has to stop.

Anonymous said...

Wouldn't it be wonderful if Ms. Mary Jane Judy, who is a member of the Kansas City, MO Park Board, knew in what City the Board was giving away land?


Anonymous said...

Did they have a vote where the taxpayers decided to get rid of these parks? If they did I sure missed it, like mentioned above, it’s supposed to be voted on first right? We the people get to chose whether or not we keep the parks.