Hottie Olivia is back out on the market and we're checking these Kansas City links for tonight. Take a look:
KCPD Crash Report
Two ambulances have been ordered to the scene of a crash involving Kansas City Police Officers. The incident happened around 6 p.m. near 63rd and Prospect in Kansas City. Two officers were believed to be inside the police unit at the time of the crash. Ambulances were ordered for both officers.
KCMO Spy Cam Amid White Guy Killings
Kansas City plans to install seven to 10 cameras by the end of the week along the trail in south Kansas City between Holmes Road and State Line Road as police continue to investigate four separate homicides near the trail system.
Kansas City Street Life History
Winding 10 miles north and south through the heart of Kansas City, Paseo Boulevard, or "The Paseo," is the longest and one of the oldest boulevards in the city. But before we had The Paseo, and all the other parkways and boulevards that have come to define the city, Kansas City was basically a congested metropolis that was hard to get around.
Rigged Airport Meeting Tonight
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- People got the chance Tuesday to voices their opinions about proposed airport changes in front of the teams behind the project. Tuesday's 5:30 p.m. meeting was one of two public hearings scheduled; the other is Thursday at 9:30 a.m. at City Hall.
Kansas City Mixing Bowl Comeback
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Four months after a fire closed their restaurant, the Petermans are days away from opening their doors again. The new Mixing Bowl Noshery moved a mile west on Southwest Boulevard, staying near loyal customers the owners said they couldn't leave. "The neighborhood made us come back," said Dana Peterman.
New No-Bid Airport GOP Flirtation
Congressman Sam Graves, who had been a prominent bulwark against single-terminal proposals for Kansas City International Airport, on Tuesday offered qualified support for the private financing idea floated by Burns & McDonnell. Graves, a Republican whose congressional district includes KCI and much of the Northland, said in a statement: "I like this new concept and it's a step in the right direction.
Sound Of Cowtown Summer
It's easy to imagine a teenage Samantha Fish standing in the mulch at Crossroads KC, dreaming about playing up on the stage. "I've been going to that venue since I was a teenager," Fish, a Kansas City native, confirms. "That and Knuckleheads were my two favorite places to go see live music."
And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .