Thursday, April 27, 2017

Kansas City Thursday Morning Glitter

Hottie Tessa Fowler inspires this early morning TBT look with her latest tribute to 70s fashion and realization that even Instagram models appreciated history.

Accordingly, these are the top news links for right now . . .

Kansas City Police Want To Talk To These Friendly Local Dudes In Connection With Old School Stolen Credit Card Questions

Police looking for subjects of interest in thefts, use of stolen credit cards

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Police are looking for two people who may have information on the theft and use of credit cards stolen from several elderly victims. The KCPD North property crimes unit would like to speak to the individuals pictured below.

Northeast Kansas City Tax District Talk

KCMO audit of Independence Avenue CID yields 10 recommendations

By Paul Thompson KANSAS CITY, Missouri - The KCMO City Auditor's office has made 10 recommendations to the Independence Avenue Community Improvement District after conducting a performance audit of the organization. The Auditor's Office released the report on Wednesday, April 26; the same day that a presentation entitled "Independence Avenue Community Improvement District should Improve Accountability and Transparency" was delivered to the City Council's Planning, Zoning, and Infrastructure Committee.

Fear The 4:35 Crackdown

130 citations given by Overland Park police in speeding enforcement

The Overland Park Police Department announced results of its I-435 Construction Zone Enforcement. Police, along with the Kansas Highway Patrol, conducted an enforcement targeting those who drive over the speed limit in the construction zone located on Interstate 435 between I-35 and Nall Ave.

Good Cause To Help Officer & Family

Benefit planned for Thursday to help the family of IPD Officer Tom Wagstaff

The church calls the response for their auction and benefit "miraculous"

EPIC Kansas City Crash Pix

Sugar Creek Police officer involved in a terrible crash after a driver fled from a KCMO traffic stop

A Sugar Creek Police Officer and his wife are facing a long recovery. Police say a woman - suspected of driving impaired - crashed into the couple, which flipped and rolled their SUV. "We had just started into the curve." Around this tough curb on 350 Highway between Lee's Summit and Raytown, traffic is hard to see, even in daylight.

Celebrate The Hipster River Market

City Market extends hours in response to recent growth

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The City Market is extending hours for its stores and restaurants. A spokesperson for the City Market said demand for services continues to rise, thanks to the KC Streetcar and construction of several apartment complexes in the area. Operating hours vary for each business, however each will stay open longer on weekdays.

Home Team Harsh Times Cont'd

Royals finish 0-7 road trip with 5-2 loss to White Sox | FOX Sports

CHICAGO - Avisail Garcia and Leury Garcia homered to back run-starved starter Jose Quintana and the Chicago White Sox beat the Kansas City Royals 5-2 on Wednesday to complete a three-game sweep. Chicago won its fourth straight, while Kansas City dropped every game on a seven-game trip.

Van Morrison singing "Into The Mystic" live on 1970s German TV is the song of the day for TBT and this is the OPEN THREAD for the early morning . . .

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