Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Kansas City Overnight Gunfire Along New Midtown Streetcar Extension Line

Here's a preview at the problems confronting an upcoming transit effort that hopes gentrification will solve the dilemma of rowdy Midtown denizens.

Convincing speculators to buy in is an interesting proposition.

Read more on last night's hot mess at what is the busiest QT in all of the Midwest . . .

2 people shot near 43rd, Main

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City, Missouri, police are investigating a double shooting at the QuikTrip near 43rd Street and Main Street. Police said two people were shot around midnight. They have non-life-threatening injuries. There is no suspect information at this time.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Mayor McDrinkerson! Time to wake up! Shake off that hangover and comment on the failed state downtown is becoming. C'mon professor! I am sure you can do a selfie or tweet and relly self-promote like crazy!!

Anonymous said...

This type of stuff clearly disappears with extending the line of our vibrant street car. Get on it Q, you got several hundred million from the Feds.

Anonymous said...

Blacks
Love
Murder

Bandit said...

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!

If you build it the thugs will come.

Anonymous said...

^^Bye spammer.

Bandit said...

Probably a good idea to carry if you ride that stupid thing now or after they extend it. Jus' sayin! 😏

Anonymous said...

^But you don't live here dumbass, so quit giving us your worthless advice. Go suck a dick faggot.

Anonymous said...

^^ A voice of experience on sucking dicks.

Byron Funkhouser said...

Never thought I would type this, but Bandit is becoming just as boring and inane as Chimpy weird, with his endless comments nobody cares about. Fortunately, the "Firebird" icon, like Chimp's^^^^^ marks, makes it easy to fast jump to something else.

Anonymous said...

I did not make the comment at 4:53.

Anonymous said...

American Century mad a mistake putting their office towers at that location. Should have built in Overland park instead.

Anonymous said...

The White people who love the current streetcar will stop riding it once it gets extended to UMKC. Mark my words. They won't ride buses because black people and poor people are on the bus, and now they'll be on the free streetcar instead.