They call her Jessica Cakes and she's the new queen of Instagram who we celebrate this morning along with a quick collection of news closer to home right now.
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Kansas City Career Transition Inspiration
Lamonte McIntyre said he is living his dream three months after his exoneration for a double murder he did not commit. He spent 23 years in prison. Now, McIntyre is going full time to Headlines Barber Academy thanks to a scholarship.
Naming The Local Dead
Police have identified the third victim of a deadly house fire that happened in December 2017. Kevin McBride, 53, was one of three people found dead inside a house in the 800 block of Troup Avenue. Firefighters in KCK discovered the remains of three bodies after putting out the fire.
Urban Core Reconstruction Underway
Paseo Gateway Project continues as Chouteau Courts vacated
Local Flu Season Run On Big Pharma
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The flu is still running rampant around the Kansas City metro area. Making matters worse, the most popular medication to treat the virus is getting harder to find. With the flu so bad, Tamiflu is flying off shelves, so FOX4 did some digging to find out what you should do if you can't find the medicine at your local pharmacy.
Favorite KC Fanboy Phrases Revealed
Being a Chiefs fan isn't easy-it involves a great deal of pain and heartbreak, and even as recently as a few weeks ago, a general lack of playoff success. So, with that in mind, I thought it might be fun to sit down with Joel in order to come up with the top 10 things Chiefs fans say, as of right now.
Kansas City Tromboner Fun Fact!!!
It's the first Trombone to have built-in lights...and more.
Savor Kansas City Hipster Snack News
Order Up is a regular series that takes a layered look at drinks and eats across Kansas City. Click here to check out the other eats and drinks in the series. Got a dish you think we should feature? Drop us a note below or on Twitter @FlatlandKC.
Kygo - This Town (Lyric) ft. Sasha Sloan is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .