More than anything, news of this high fashion hottie concerns us most . . .
HT: Emily Ratajkowski Is The Queen
Vouge: Emily Ratajkowski on why you can be both a sexy and empowering feminist
PopSugar: Emily Ratajkowski's Bikini Bottom Is Covered in Lucky Charms, So a Top Just Isn't Necessary
Closer to home, these news links are worth a look tonight . . .
Cowtown Questions Revealed
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Google has released their Year in Search results, celebrating the most unique searches across news, politics, film, entertainment, sports and more throughout 2018.
Plaza Demolition Roundup After TKC
A plan to demolish a prominent church on the Country Club Plaza and replace it with a 12-story, mixed-use project is unfolding as the latest historic preservation battle over the soul of the venerable district.
Talking Trash In Northeast
Northeast neighborhood leaders speak to City Council regarding criminal scrappers, saying history is being 'scraped away from us'
Mary Cyr, Director of Northeast Alliance Together (NEAT) spoke at the City Council's Neighborhoods and Public Safety Committee today, saying the scrap metal ordinance is important to the Historic Northeast community because vacant homes are prey to criminal scrappers, resulting in them not being feasible rehab projects and are ultimately demolished.
Watching Doggie Recovery
Local shelter asking for donations after rescuing badly burned 6-week-old puppy
Kansas City Fashion Statement
The Kansas City Chiefs have announced they will be wearing their red-on-red uniforms for Thursday Night Football against the Los Angeles Chargers. It will be the second time this season they've worn these uniforms and the ninth since the uniforms were first introduced in 2013. The Chiefs are now 5-3 when wearing red-on-red.
KSHB Wants To look Like TKC
KANSAS CITY, MO - Notice something different around kshb.com? Starting December 12th, kshb.com will have a brand new look and feel. It's Faster. Brighter. And easier to navigate. You'll still get all the up-to-the-minute breaking news, accurate weather and in-depth investigations, but in a new package.
Fanboy Festival Announcement
Royals star catcher Salvador Perez, pitcher Danny Duffy and infielder Whit Merrifield are among more than a dozen players who will join manager Ned Yost at Royals Fan Fest Jan. 25-26 at the Kansas City Convention Center's Bartle Hall. The Royals released a partial list of players attending the event Wednesday but promised more names will be announced soon.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .