Lucy Pinder And The Kansas City Early Wednesday Morning Link Look
Lucy Pinder and her upcoming lingerie goodness starts our early morning look at Kansas City mainstream media links.
- Maybe A Sniper On The Kansas City Highway: Driver says someone shot at him on Interstate 70
- Cowtown Tribute: Homicide victim is remembered for her joyous outlook
- Pitch Celebrates Westport: A party district grows up
- More Fake Bake Controversy: Tanning bed debate heats up in Kansas and Missouri
- Kansas Crackdown On Complaints: Kansas could make it a felony to report unfounded allegations of police abuse
- Sunflower State Back To Work: Kansas unemployment rate drops to 4.8%
- Show-Me Global Climate Change Economic Impact: Cold winter blamed for rise in Missouri unemployment
- For Geek Dads Who Aren't Busy Enough: The Watch DOGS -- Dads of Great Students -- puts volunteers in classrooms with the aim of being a positive male influence and an unobtrusive security presence.
- Kansas City Neighborhood Destruction: Police: Vandals target cars using BB guns
- Developer Flash Mobbing: 12-story high rise proposed for Plaza
- Kansas City Talking Soon To Take Flight: Airport Terminal Advisory Group holds final public meeting Thursday
- Kansas City Real Estate Report: Area housing market was stable in February
- Possibly An Illegal Lottery Proposed By A Sunflower State Politico: Kansas congressman warned not to hold NCAA ticket drawing
- Northeast History: Seeing Kansas City on the Gray Line
- Off-Season Excuses: Chiefs General Manager addresses key issues
- Artsy Collabo: Sporting Kansas City and ArtsKC partner for design challenge and gallery exhibition
- More Ignition Trouble For Local Chevy And American Car Towners: Problem Solvers take on GM after woman struggles to get loaner car due to recall
- New York Times Remembers Former Kansas City King: Sam Lacey, a Top Center in the N.B.A., Dies at 66
- Low Rent Local B-Ball: NAIA men’s basketball tournament to open Wednesday
- Kansas City Doggie Testimony Redux: Woman whose dog was dumped by city employees speaks out
And this is the FIRST OPEN THREAD to start the day . . .