Wednesday, May 09, 2018

The Kansas City Late Night News Curve



Around the world we notice that an iconic hottie is slowly morphing into an activist . . .

Fox News: Kim Kardashian West explains why she's fighting to free a 62-year-old convicted of drug conspiracy

In Style: Taylor Swift Calls Kim Kardashian a Bully on Stage

Allure: Kim Kardashian Showed Up to the 2018 Met Gala Dressed as a Bottle of KKW Body Perfume

Closer to home, here are a few local news items today that are also worth a peek:

Kansas City Hairdo Creativity

Local stylists use water guns to dye hair

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Two Kansas City hairdressers are dying hair watercolors with a unique apparatus - a water gun. The Splash Kaleidoscope technique, otherwise known as water gun hair color, was coined by Kat Collett and Andrew Collett. The Colletts see each time someone sits down in their chair as an opportunity to impact a life.


Spy Cam Justice Footage

Police hoping dashcam video can help solve Lee's Summit road rage murder

Personal dashcam popularity has been growing - many people now have systems in their cars.


Local Ford Tough Times

Ford suspends production of F-150 trucks at Claycomo & Michigan plants

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Ford is suspending production of the F-150 truck, its bestselling and most-profitable vehicle, after a fire at a supplier's plant in Michigan last week. Ford announced that it will suspend production of the F-150 at its plant in Dearborn, Michigan, on Wednesday night.


NKC Rebuilding After Inferno

Day after devastating fire, North Kansas City business hits ground running at new location

A preliminary investigation has determined that careless smoking was the cause of a fire that destroyed North Kansas City business block, the ATF says. Investigators say they were able to pinpoint the cause so quickly because of witness statements and videos. A smoking porch is located on the back of the south side of the building.


Help Get Justice In Grandview

Reward increased in unsolved 2016 Grandview homicide

More reward money is being offered in a 2016 unsolved homicide in Grandview. There is a reward total of $3,500 for information that leads to an arrest or filing of charges in the killing of Donald "Donny" Herron Jr. Three people broke into Herron's home in the 6000 block of 153rd Street on June 6, 2016.


Show-Me Courtroom Rules

Full names, no audio recording, during Greitens trial

St. Louis Circuit Judge Rex Burlison has rejected a media request to record audio during the felony trial of Gov. Eric Greitens. Burlison ruled Wednesday that still photography would be allowed for the first 10 minutes of the first day of trial, which is scheduled for Monday.


Kansas City Gun Drama Review

Theater review: KC Rep's Brother Toad overshoots America's gun culture

Karen Almond Every time there's a Trayvon Martin, Philando Castile, Newtown or Parkland, Pulse, drive-by or Las Vegas, we Americans fall into grief, anger, angst, dismay. Or, perhaps, defiance. In his new play, Brother Toad, part of Kansas City Repertory Theatre's OriginKC: New Works Festival, Nathan Louis Jackson addresses how we think about guns - "Americans love guns more than apple pie" - and how we live with their pervasive presence.


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

2 comments:

Barney Frank said...

Tony show some class and stop highlighting any Kardashian trash

Anonymous said...

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