Tonight we're inspired by International hottie Iga to stay hyperlocal and check some of the top Kansas City news links for the overnight . . .
Something Winter This Way Comes
A winter weather advisory is in place for the Kansas City metro area until 3 p.m. Thursday. The advisory was issued due to the potential for slick conditions during the morning rush hour. The heaviest of the snow should be in far northwest Missouri, with some locations seeing up to three inches.
Like It Or Not: Show-Me Guv Greitens Leading Missouri To Lower Taxes
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens used his State of the State address Wednesday to announce a proposal to cut state taxes this year, even as the state budget is still adjusting to earlier state and federal tax cuts that are just now going into effect.
Kansas Swatting Suspect Keeps Trolling
A Los Angeles man accused of making a hoax phone call that caused a fatal police shooting in Kansas is now wanted in Canada for a similar alleged "swatting" call made a week before. Calgary police have issued arrest warrants for Tyler Rai Barriss, 25, accusing him of targeting the home of a young woman he contacted online on Dec.
Newsflash: Raytown Is A Dump
Residents say as soon as the mess is cleaned - more appears.
JoCo Creeper 2nd Charge
A man who pleaded guilty to raping a Johnson County Sheriff's deputy has now been charged in connection to a 2016 rape at an Independence apartment complex William Luth, 25, has been charged with first-degree rape or attempted rape. Court records state that two men broke into an apartment complex in Independence on Feb.
Keep Students Safe From Stranger Danger
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Parents at Gracemor Elementary in the North Kansas City School District were put on alert Wednesday. In a letter sent home to parents, the school said a strange man approached three students as they walked to school Wednesday morning.
KCMO Taxpayer High Society Party
The city of Lee's Summit will host its first "Meet the Artist" reception of 2018 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Jan. 18 in the lobby of City Hall, 220 S.E. Green Street. From January until mid-April, the work of a local artist, Eric Doucette, will be on display at City Hall.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .