AND WE'RE BACK!!!
One of our favorite Brit hotties Mel D. inspires our return to the local discourse on Monday along with a peek at some of the top news links for today.
Kansas City Weekend Jacking Roundup
A vehicle crashed into a building following a carjacking on Sunday evening. The crash happened at the Hope City prayer center at East 24th Street in Kansas City. One person is in custody and they are searching for a second suspect. There's no word about injuries at this time.
Midtown Kansas City Big Plans
A partnership involving Lawrence developer Doug Compton has a contract to buy the Uptown Shoppes and plans to spend up to $45 million turning the shopping center into a mixed-use property.
Grinches Stalk Kansas City
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Alongside the twinkling decorations, there's another light making the Cruz family merrier this Christmas. It's a Ring floodlight security camera, which Rhonda Cruz installed at her home for added security. "I never expected to have to have used it only a week after it was installed," she said.
Does Olathe Need Bike Share Tech???
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A bike share program could soon be coming to the suburbs. One metro city is looking at renting bicycles - just like they do in downtown Kansas City - and there are several reasons why they believe it would work.
Hard Times For KC Metro Fanboy Fatties
The Chiefs' slump has been lampooned by Fox Sports, experts around the nation have offered their opinions as to why the team's record has dropped from 5-0 to 6-6, and fans have been frustrated be the struggles. However, McDonald's has benefited from the Chiefs' troubles.
Helpful KC Hottie Freelancer Advice
Editor's note: The opinions expressed in this commentary are the author's alone. Entrepreneurs have to wear all sorts of hats - but what if one of those "hats" doesn't fit so well? Can you just throw it into the dark depths of your closet? Definitely not that "writing hat."
Bebe Rexha - Meant to Be (feat. Florida Georgia Line) is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .