TKC fave Brit hottie Jodie was recently busted amid domestic drama and this fact doesn't scare us but instead inspires our ongoing commitment to the local discourse and International glam models.
And so we share some of these important Kansas City news links for tonight. Checkit:
Kansas City Climate Change Update
We are on the verge of seeing less than 10" of snow in a winter season for the third consecutive year. That is a streak, never accomplished in Kansas City's recorded history. So, if you are a snow lover, these last three winters have not been fun.
Local Artsy Lost & Found
Thirteen paintings were found at a streetcar stop earlier this week and only two have initials on them, so the streetcar authority is asking for help solving a mystery.
Golden Ghetto Doggie Scare
Overland Park police are looking for more information after a juvenile was bitten by a dog Saturday afternoon. Overland Park Animal Control officers were called at 3 p.m. to the Bluejacket Park area at 10100 Bond Street after the bite was reported. Authorities said the victim was bitten when a black, short-haired-Boxer-type dog got loose from two women.
Kansas City Gunfire Report
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- It started with a car crash and escalated to a deadly shooting. Three days later, police still want to find the killer. And the woman who was caught in the middle of the deadly crime hopes they do.
Rock Chalk Progressive Pipe Dream
The Kansas Democrats running for governor clashed Saturday over who can best beat a Republican - such as Kris Kobach - and independent Greg Orman. The focus on who can attract general election support comes amid the state party's first contested primary for governor in decades.
Show-Me Doggie Justice
Two Missouri men who sparked outrage last summer after dragging a kitten behind a vehicle and posting a video of it on social media were sentenced to prison on Friday. Kyle Williams, 18, of Branson, was sentenced to serve consecutive terms of four years for animal abuse and three years of armed criminal action in the Missouri Department of Corrections.
Kansas City Artsy Moment
There is no end of the world. It's one long, calcifying note of endurance that goes on until we are lulled into a vortex of white noise. Marcus Cain's paintings depicting various forms of static energy and Cary Esser's fragmented vessels of earthenware and glaze are symbols of a decadent empire forever lurching forward towards it's breaking point.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .