Tuesday, January 08, 2019

Kansas City Tuesday Morning Link Look



Reality star spawn hottie Delilah inspires this quick newsworthy collection of news links related to the pop culture. Take a peek:

Celebz: Delilah Belle Hamlin For Pleasure State

Bravo: Why Watching Dating Reality Shows Can Actually Help Your Own Love Life

Daily Mail: Lisa Rinna proudly shares cheeky thong video of daughter Delilah Hamlin splashing through Costa Rica

Closer to home, these local news links dominate our morning . . .

KCMO Fake News Economic Forecast

CEDBR projects KC metro will add 16,100 jobs in 2019 - Kansas City Business Journal

Another year of broad-based employment growth is forecast to add more than 16,100 new jobs in 2019. According to an updated employment forecast from the Center for Economic Development and Business Research at Wichita State University, the Kansas City metro is expected to grow employment by 1.5 percent, which is the same rate that nonfarm employment grew last year.


More Deets On Midtown Kansas City Hero

Kansas City church security guard helps police catch suspect

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- A robbery and carjacking led to police firing shots right outside a church, but thanks to a volunteer security guard, the suspect is in custody and everyone else is safe.


X-Mas Trash Aftermath

Recycling centers gear up, offer tips for post-holiday rush

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - People might want to do their homework if they're planning on recycling more in 2019, especially when it comes to holiday trash. Recycling centers nationwide are becoming more selective about the waste they accept, largely because of changes to the industry.


Heartland Future Fire Fight

How Midwestern National Forests Keep Fires At Bay And Prepare For Climate Change

A stand of trees in the Mark Twain National Forest in Missouri looks a little more sparse than what is often depicted in a forest. The trees are eight to ten feet apart, and that's on purpose, fire management officer Greg Painter said.


More Deets On KCK Revival

129-year-old church transformed into Police Athletic League

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Instead of a priest in the pulpit, it'll be police officers teaching power punches at the old St. Mary's Church at 5th and Ann on Strawberry Hill. This former house of worship now houses the new Police Athletic League.


Cowtown Bakery Journalism

Is Pie the Sweet Dessert Spirit Animal of Kansas City?

The meal is over. The dishes are in the sink. What are you serving for dessert, Kansas City? "What's the quintessential Kansas City dessert? Something we've really been known for over the years," was the #curiousKC question that sparked this sweet odyssey.


More Fanboy Celebration

Chiefs' Mahomes ready for postseason debut against Colts

KANSAS CITY, MO (AP) -- The Kansas City Chiefs didn't draft Patrick Mahomes merely to make the playoffs. Matt Cassel accomplished that, and quarterbacks Steve Bono, Elvis Grbac, Trent Green and Alex Smith went one better by making it to the divisional round.


Kansas City Slightly Cooler

First Alert: Cooler today; wintry mix possible Friday

Tuesday will be mostly sunny, chilly and windy with a high around 50. Looking ahead to later this week, there's a 40 percent chance of snow Friday night into S...


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4 comments:

Anonymous said...


It's a damn shame when you have to have security at a church. But then again that's a democratic city for ya.

Sly love his violence.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- PILLOW TALK

When Delilah, my financial advisor, loaded me up on Sears and GE stock, I took a big haircut!!!

Anonymous said...

I hope at least she sent you her panties to sniff so you don't pass out over her picks?

Anonymous said...

Little urban Amish shits probably need Jesus more than they need boxing lessons, just saying...