Tonight we take a quick look at the Kansas City news scene inspired by Holly hotness and her ability to get closer to her lady model counterparts than any humble photo.
Kansas City Loves Artsy Mexican White Guy
Julián Zugazagoitia came to Kansas City in 2010, to take a job as CEO and director of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. The new guy from Mexico by way of New York and Paris made a fast impression as a lanky intellectual with a worldly resume and a lot of energy.
Urban Core Development Deets
By Paul Thompson Slowly but surely, the Hardesty Renaissance Economic Development Corporation (HREDC) is gaining access to the former Hardesty Federal Complex. Building 10 is the latest structure to be released to HREDC, as an interior Brownfields clean-up was recently completed.
Traffic Tragedy Tonight
One person has been killed in a crash involving a school bus and a motorcycle Tuesday night. That incident happened around 7 p.m. near 35th Street and Fremont. One person was killed. Police said a 49-year-old man who lives nearby was working on a motorcycle. He took it for a test drive without a helmet.
Suffer The Sunflower State Youngsters
Children have stayed overnight in the offices of Kansas foster care contractors more than 100 times over the past year because places able or willing to accept them couldn't be found. In one case, a human trafficking survivor stayed overnight in an office.
Show-Me Lesson In Political FAIL
JEFFERSON CITY * First-year Gov. Eric Greitens' attempt to remake the state school board hit another roadblock Tuesday. For the third time, one of the governor's appointees to the eight-member board withdrew from consideration, further delaying his attempt to replace current and well-liked Education Commissioner Margie Vandeven with his own top school pick.
Small Hope For Hobo Veterans
"You can live in a home instead of under a bridge or in a tent. It's somewhere you can go for six to 24 months to gain a source of income, overcome your other barriers to housing."
Kansas City Sporting Chance
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A sidewalk in the Brookside neighborhood, a couple of miles west of where Sporting Kansas City were training for their third Lamar Hunt US Open Cup final in six years, currently bears a neatly stenciled message in bright blue spray paint.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .