At the end of the work week, hottie Sarah shares what might be the most worthwhile bit of online content we've seen in years.
Closer to home, here's a look at local news that's also worth a peek:
Suspected Stoners Crash Into Kansas City House After EPIC Police Chase
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - No one was injured when a car crashed into a home near 67th and Monroe following a police chase Friday morning in Kansas City, Missouri. Police said officers stopped a car for speeding. When the officer walked back to the car to give the driver his ticket, he smelled marijuana and asked the driver to step outside.
Real Luke Skywalker Sends Twitter Love To Kansas City Zoo
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - The new otter triplets that made their public debut at the Kansas City Zoo Friday just got a show of support that is out of this world. The pups, named Han, Luke and Leia, were born in October and are now on exhibit in the Tropics area of the zoo.
Hollywood Old School KCMO Schedule
Academy Award-winning actress Jane Fonda will appear at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts this summer. Fonda will share a career retrospective live on stage on July 9. An audience question-and-answer session is included. Tickets, which range from $49 to $250, for the event are currently on sale.
Fanboy Worship Cont'd
Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes visited Top Golf while in Orlando for the Pro Bowl. It looks like he's great at golf, too!
Today's 1st Responder Rescue
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Firefighters are on the scene of a church fire on the city's east side. Crews were called about 4 p.m. Friday to the 3200 block of Wabash Avenue. When firefighters arrived on scene, flames and smoke were showing from the three-story brick church.
Powerful Local Lady
Utility lines emitting enough amperage to easily stop the human heart. Working on those lines while dangling from the side of a telephone pole 50 feet in the air is a career many people might shy away from. But it's a job that's necessary and in demand.
More Deets On Fan Fest
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Royals fans flocked into Bartle Hall Thursday to attend the Kansas City Royals FanFest Preview Party. This year at FanFest, patrons got a chance to hear manager Ned Yost speak about the upcoming season. "Seeing the way the we finished last year made me really excited for this year" said Yost.
Hipster Foodie Weekend Plans
Football season is wing season. Since the football season has ended in Kansas City (sorry), perhaps you'd consider a different kind of wing? VegLife Kansas City is putting on the third annual plant-based Wing Bowl from 6 to 9 p.m. at the City Market. Tickets are $20 and must be purchased in advance.
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