As always, news of panties are first and foremost on our agenda. A collection worth a quick:
Bustle: These Inclusive Lingerie Brands Have Created A Vision Of Fantasy That Can Actually Be For Everyone
CBA: Regular women as lingerie models? Startups challenge Victoria's Secret to get 'real'
Cosmo: You Won't Believe How Much Lingerie Has Changed Through the Years
Vouge: How to Gift Lingerie the Right Way
Nylon: 2018 was the year of the lingerie revolution
Closer to home, these news link start our morning . . .
Local TV News Wants To Profit From Tech Evidence Of Your Misery
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - With the holidays fast approaching, porch pirates are out in full force and 41 Action News wants to help. If you have video of someone stealing a package from your home, send it to us and we'll put it on our site and share it on our social media platforms in hopes that the thief will be identified.
Kansas City Biz Talk
Kansas City's startup culture and support network helped the City of Fountains land the new U.S. headquarters of Australia-based SavR, said founder Tim O'Shea. "If you're a company that's trying to strive for genuine outcome, then you'll be very well received [in Kansas City]," he said.
KCK Gunfire Aftermath
KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) --A neighborhood is on edge after gunfire hits a home. It happened Thursday night near 124th Street and Augusta Drive in the Piper neighborhood of Kansas City, KS. The homeowner who asked to remain anonymous said it sounded like an explosion.
Celeb Community Slumming
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Outside the Walmart at Legends Mall, Christmas filled the air Friday afternoon. Bell ringers collected donations, and all eyes were on a group of KCK police officers doing some holiday good. "It makes your heart just full of warmth," KCK Officer Jackie Lynn said.
Newsie BBQ Conversation
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A new app to help barbecue aficionados visiting and living in Kansas City launched this week. In a Friday edition of the 41 Files podcast, anchor Taylor Hemness talks with Visit KC's Derek Klaus about the new app called "KC BBQ Experience."
Po-Po X-Mas Underway
BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. - A group of 30 Blue Springs police officers and school public safety officers teamed up with students from area schools for the annual Shop with a Cop program Saturday morning. Each year police officers team up with disadvantaged children to shop with an officer and purchase $150.00 worth of holiday gifts for their families at the Target store.
Gear For Boring Dudes
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