We move from hottie promo big hair to MSM reinvention in tonight's peek at pop culture:
Momz: 15 Ways Heidi Montag Is Doing Motherhood Right (And 5 Ways She’s Doing It Wrong)
Peeps: Heidi Montag Is a 'Total Mess' Over Son Gunner's First Birthday
Eonline: From Hills Villains to Devoted Parents: Inside the Surprising Reinvention of Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt
Closer to home, and probably just a bit more important here are the news links worth a peek tonight . . .
Kansas City Crime Help?!?!
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - New Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt met with local prosecutors in Kansas City this week to talk about reducing crime in the metro. "This isn't a partisan issue, this is about public safety," Schmitt said Thursday. "People deserve to feel safe." Crime, particularly homicides, is a constant topic in Kansas City.
Cowtown Tech Scene Constant Refrain
Kansas City has been "punching above its weight" since the days of covered wagons, said Ryan Weber, noting the tech industry specifically has an impact of almost $11 billion a year on KC's local economy. "Nationally, our profile has risen so much," said Weber, president of the KC Tech Council which works to support the region's tech industry.
Kansas City Zoo Loves Nostalgia
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- The Kansas City Zoo's triplet otter pups are venturing out on exhibit for the first time. The triplets, Han, Luke and Leia, were born on Oct. 20 and are getting to know their new home under the watchful eye of their parents and big brothers, Otis and Conner, and big sister, Clover.
Urban Core Booze Compromise
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Kansas City convenience store can now sell hard liquor after a months long dispute which included a local church. The issue was resolved the day after the 41 Action News Investigators reported on the controversy.
Fake Gronk Good Deeds
Travis Kelce is giving an Army veteran tickets to the Super Bowl. Kelce teamed up with USAA, Official NFL Salute to Service Partner, and the Veterans of Foreign Wars to award Sgt. Patrick Benson a trip to Atlanta. "Sgt.
Welcomed Drama For NextGen
Say a woman wants to serve in the United States Army. No problem, right? Women are eligible. But, dial it back 160 years to the Civil War, and consider that women couldn't just pop into a recruiting station and sign up. "We know that about 250 (women) were documented as fighting in the U.S.
Kansas City Ice World Forecast
Arctic air pours in Thursday with temperatures falling to 13 degrees by 6 p.m. with wind chill values dropping to near zero. Northern Missouri and Kansas shoul...
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .