Quick glimpse at some of the top news stories for today as LUCY helps us celebrate the holiday season. Take a look:
Celebrate Bigger KC Biz Class
Spurred by the success of the program, the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce is launching a second cohort for the Centurions Leadership Program. In addition to the fall class, the chamber now will run a spring cohort, effectively doubling the number of emerging leaders who can become Centurions members.
Looking back, this year was slammed with national news: tropical storms, wildfires, protests and even Twitter wars. But plenty happened here in Kansas City, too! So before entering a new year, we check in with community newspapers to learn about the important local stories of 2017. Guests:
OP Police Need Help Finding Lady
The Overland Park Police Department has released a person of interest in its search for 18-year-old Mikayala L. Norris. Tuesday morning, OPPD asked for help location Norris, who was last seen around 8:30 p.m. Monday at her place of employment in the 9500 block of Metcalf. Then around 4 p.m.
Local Po-Po Collabo
WYANDOTTE COUNTY, Kan. - The U.S. Marshals Service is a federal department that partners with state and local authorities across the United States. One entity, the Kansas Fugitive Apprehension Task Force, is responsible for hunting down alleged violent fugitives.
Metro Holiday Booze Report
The bottle openers that Jared Schmid of JAS Metalworks forges from mild steel have an old-school, blue-collar feel to them. Whether opening a yard beer or a craft beer bomber, Schmid's openers hark back to a time when working with tools was more commonplace.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .