The Kansas City Monday News Lineup

Despite the glamour of their hottie international models, there are dangers confronting the lingerie biz.

A recent example . . .

New York Post: A “bulge-eyed” porky perv had his way with female workers at a Bronx Victoria’s Secret, an employee claims in a lawsuit.

Closer to home, we want to keep our blog community armed with information and so we gather these Kansas City mainstream media links that are worth a look:

Kansas City Tax Break Survey Seyz???

Kansas City's long-awaited incentive study finally nears completion - Kansas City Business Journal

The City Council voted at the end of 2016 to spend as much as $350,000 for a comprehensive analysis of the use of incentives and their resulting impacts. It was supposed to be done in May 2017, but a city official said Friday, "We're still working on it."

Dead-Tree Media Endorsement

Vote yes Tuesday for KC public improvements sales tax

Millions of dollars - and a more livable city - are at stake Tuesday when Kansas Citians go the polls. We recommend a yes vote on Question 1. The measure would extend the current 1-cent public improvements sales tax for 20 years, providing roughly $70 million annually for better parks, playgrounds, sidewalks and bridges.

Local School Lesson In Fear Today

Olathe Northwest student brings unloaded weapon to school

Olathe Police Department and Olathe School District officials confirmed to KMBC 9 News an Olathe Northwest High School student was taken into custody after a parent informed officials their student brought an unloaded firearm to school this morning.

R.I.P. Kansas City Doggie

KC German Shepherd who nearly froze to death loses battle with cancer

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The local dog who fought hard to live after being found nearly frozen to death in December 2016 died on Sunday. Caesar the German Shepherd died of cancer. Veterinarians were forced to euthanize him because the cancer was spreading rapidly.

Savoring JoCo Literature

Audiobook 42 years overdue returned to Johnson County Library

An audiobook 42 years overdue was returned to the Johnson County Library. It was a pleasant surprise at the Corinth Branch located at 8100 Mission Rd. The audiobook, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain, dates back before the time of CDs and even audio cassettes, so outdated the library has no way to play it.

Springtime For Traffic Trouble

Emergency repairs expected to slow commute times on I-70 EB at Manchester Bridge

The Missouri Department of Transportation has closed the right lane on eastbound I-70 at Manchester Bridge for emergency bridge repair. The bridge barrier was damaged in a crash Sunday and requires crews to address it immediately for the safety of the driving public.

Kansas City Urban Exploring Booty

Crews digging new pipe unearth old rail line near 18th and Vine

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - As some Kansas City voters mail in ballots for an extended new streetcar rail line, Water Department workers have possibly unearthed an old rail line. The department is in the process of digging up an old 8-inch main, in place since 1882, and replacing it with a new 12-inch main on 18th Street between Woodland and Campbell.

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


  1. So a $350,000 study by KCMO city hall to ascertain how much tax money is thrown away on incentives for "developers" and wasted on insider no-bid contracts.
    You really can't make this stuff up.

  2. There’s trolley track all over the city, they just asphalted over all of them


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