AND WE'RE BACK!!!
We start up again with Candice hotness and just a few items worth a peek for the midday as locals get busy on giving up their New Year's Resolutions already. Take a look:
Revival And Other Horrible Events Inside The Kansas City Loop This Week
Here's the highlight reel for a relatively quiet New Year's week ahead in Downtown KC - Monday to Sunday, New Year's Day to Jan. 7: First Friday - one of the KC's hottest events of the winter - returns on Friday with a gaggle of arts and cultural experiences throughout the Crossroads Arts District and the 18th & Vine Jazz District from 5-9 p.m.
Kansas City Powerless Today
Temperatures read 11-degrees below zero on Monday, the second coldest New Year's Day in Kansas City history. Wind chills were over 20-degrees below zero. As the frigid cold temperatures rocked the metro, multiple power outages caused issues for those living in the area.
Season of KC Prez Trump Giving???
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Did you make your donations to your favorite charity today? Many charities see their busiest days in the last days of the calendar year, because of the tax write-offs those donations bring.
Tragic Fatal Crash To Start The Year
A driver was killed after their white GMC Yukon went off the road, struck a tree and burst into flames, according to Kansas City Police. The crash happened around 4 a.m. in the area of Grandview Road and E. 98th Terrace. Police said the driver was the only person in the vehicle.
Kansas City Fanboy Future
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .
The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Denver Broncos 27-24 on Sunday. It was officially a game that meant nothing and yet for Chiefs fans it meant a great deal. First, it means that Kansas City finished the season 10-6 and on a four game winning streak heading into the playoffs.