Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Unzipping Kansas City Tuesday News

Recently, a local fashion company achieved a great deal of success by disclosing the cost of zippers and other production materials to their fans. In much the same way, we pay tribute to Tessa hotness and her continued Instagram trending for the Tuesday midday as we check all of these important Kansas City MSM news links.

Take a peek:

QB Love Letter To Kansas City Is Classy

Alex Smith: 'Chiefs fans instilled a sense of pride in me'

Quarterback Alex Smith penned a thank-you note Tuesday, following his trade from the Kansas City Chiefs to the Washington Redskins. The 1,500-word letter appeared on The Players' Tribune, and in it, Smith said he knew a trade from the Chiefs would be likely after the end of the 2017 season.

Golden Ghetto Getting Sicker

Three measles cases confirmed in Johnson County child care facility

Three cases of measles have been confirmed in a Johnson County child care facility, the health department says. All identified cases are in children less than one year of age, who are too young to be vaccinated for the disease, the Johnson County Department of Health and Environment said Tuesday.

Kansas SecState Kobach Stays Winning Against Internets News

Judge: Kobach didn't deny BuzzFeed request, lawsuit dismissed

A Shawnee County judge tossed a lawsuit from BuzzFeed against Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach alleging his office denied their open records request for emails containing immigration- and election-related terms.District Judge Larry Hendricks ruled the secretary of state's office simply clarified payment was needed in advance of the records search and didn't deny BuzzFeed's request.

Kansas City Prepares For Worst

All KCMO health clinics closed for day as staff, volunteers join in on emergency drills

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- All Kansas City, Mo., health clinics will be closed Tuesday as the health department conducts a full-scale emergency exercise. The health department wants to make sure they are prepared to respond to disease outbreaks and bioterrorism. Staff and volunteers will be a part of the emergency drills at all 13 metro clinics.

Show-Me Sen. Claire Help For Troops

Senator's new website offers help for scammed Missouri vets, refinancing advice for others

Missouri veterans with VA-backed home loans have a new place to turn if they feel they've been targeted by a refinance scam ... and other veterans can pick up some sound financial advice at the same spot. Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., has launched a new website where her state's residents can contact her office directly with details of predatory lending tactics.

Toast To Midday Drinking

Tap List | Pink Boots Brewing Society Collaborates on Hazy IPA

Women in the brewing industry are a small but growing number. In Kansas City, women work in roles in and out of the brewhouse at Double Shift Brewing, McCoy's Public House, The Big Rip Brewing Company, Martin City Brewing, Boulevard Brewing and Kansas City Bier Company, to name a few.

Kansas City Meanie Foodie High Praise

All the Yums - The Russell

So what's The Russell like? Do you ever sit and think about that first human who was given fire by Prometheus? They were probably first like, "Holy shit that's a Titan, please don't eat me." But then they were like, "Oh, that's nice and warm.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

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