Right now we review some of the top Kansas City MSM news inspired by Aria and her iconic cold weather hotness.
Take a look:
Kansas City Caddy Winning Confirmed
General Motors is spending $265 million to prepare the Fairfax Assembly Plant in Kansas City, Kan., to build the all-new Cadillac XT4 crossover sports utility vehicle, The Kansas City Star reports. On Monday, a GM spokeswoman finally confirmed the long-rumored plan that will result in the retention of about 500 jobs.
Show-Me Death Drug Crisis
Updated Feb. 20th at 9:05 a.m. with comment from the ACLU - A BuzzFeed News investigation has found that a St. Louis-area compounding pharmacy with a troubled safety history has provided execution drugs to the state of Missouri for the last four years.
Kansas Crime Life Advertising???
Junkie logic brought an addict to the doorsteps of a Topeka woman once convicted of selling cocaine. The addict was looking to buy, and Kansas' online database of criminal offenders has a handy geographic search tool that lets users pull up the names, crimes and addresses of people who live within a few miles of their homes.
Suspicious Kansas City Blaze Today
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City police officers were injured Tuesday while trying to take a suspect in a house fire into custody, officials say. KCPD spokesman Darin Snapp said a person tried to take their own life by setting a home on Grave Street on fire.
The Grid FAILS Southland
As of 6:50 p.m. Tuesday there are about 1,600 customers KCP&L customers without power in the metro area. The hardest hit area are 1,500 customers in the Ruskin area of Kansas City. The boundary area of the outage is 108th Street to the north, Longview Road to the south, Stark Avenue to the east, and Hillcrest Road to the west.
Kansas City Booze Solution???
The 18th & Vine District is at a crossroads - literally, yes, but metaphorically too. The struggles of the district are well documented and decades old. The museum complex, built by taxpayers, had required public subsidies for years. By one accounting, the city has spent more than $100 million on the district since 1990.
Local Wild Life Advice
OLATHE, Kan. - The middle of winter marks the beginning of mating season for coyotes. Which, in turn, means you may be seeing the canines on the move through your neighborhood. But there are ways to make your yard and neighborhood less desirable for coyotes.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .