Hottie Alice and her daring fashion choices inspires this compilation of the top Kansas City news links for tonight. Take a look:
Say Goodbye To Kansas City Glory Days
KANSAS CITY -- The Royals on Monday extended qualifying offers of $17.4 million each to first baseman Eric Hosmer, third baseman Mike Moustakas and center fielder Lorenzo Cain. Each player has 10 days to accept or decline the offer, during which time they can negotiate with other teams.
Urban Core Blaze Aftermath Today
Firefighters responded to a fire at a home on the northeast corner of East 27th Street and Walrond Avenue. The fire call came out around 6:57 p.m. on Monday evening. When firefighters arrived on the scene, fire was showing from the second floor of the two story house.
Cutback Solution For Inner Suburbs???
RAYTOWN, Mo. - Pam Clark has lived in Raytown her entire life. "My parents started this business on Jan. 2, 1957," she said of Clark's Appliances, located at E 63rd St. and Raytown Trafficway. Nearly one year ago, her family's beloved business burned to the ground.
Kansas City Citizen Media Clip
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A house fire near 39th Street and Flora Avenue sent two people -- the homeowner and a firefighter -- to the hospital Monday afternoon. The bulk of the damage took place on the second floor of the KCMO home. Neighbor Gerald Williams caught it all on his smartphone.
Kansas City Insect Journalism
Countless pairs of eyes have gazed at Vincent van Gogh's "Olive Trees" and not seen it. Yet, it's been right there in the foreground, embedded in the paint, for 128 years. A grasshopper. Well, part of one. It's missing its thorax and abdomen, but it's definitely a real grasshopper.
Newsie Bun In The Oven
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Everyone familiar with the FOX 4 Morning Show team knows how much they love snacks... so when FOX 4's Abby Eden brought in Cinco de Mayo snacks on November 6th, well.... the team was easily distracted. And then she dropped the bomb. Watch in the video above....
Newsie Bun In The Oven
I don't have a crystal ball. That's an unfortunate truth that has a rather large effect on both my personal an professional life. If I had a crystal ball, for example, I could predict exactly what my wife would want to eat in advance of date night, rather than having an infuriating conversation in which she says she's "OK with anything" but then shoots down 10 ideas in row.
And this is the OPEN THREAD For right now . . .