Hottie Lauren and her body of work inspires us to think about panties and the big picture of global fashionista culture . . .
Guardian: Underwear revolution - How lingerie grew up and put women’s comfort first
Closer to home, these news links offer a peek at the playful side of the local discourse tonight . . .
Kansas City Wayback Booze Tradition
Hide Transcript Show Transcript WEBVTT AFTER THE ANNOUNCEMENT CHIEF JIM LYNCH IS RETIRING NEXT MONTH. THIS, TWO MONTHS AFTER PEOPLE IN RAYTOWN PUSHED FOR A STATE AUDIT OF THE DEPARTMENT AND THE CITY. LYNCH HAS BEEN WITH THE DEPARTMENT SINCE 1975. HIS LAST DAY IS FEBRUARY 14.
Artsy Support For The Troops
JOHNSON COUNTY, Kan. - They served our country and the community is continuing to serve them. The Johnson County Arts & Heritage Center is developing a new program in hopes of bringing heroes and civilians together. Clint Hanson thought the military was going to be his career.
JoCo Clickbait Thanks
An Olathe mom is thanking her local firefighters after they stepped in to help care for her baby boy. Jessica Giffin shared some pictures on Facebook of the firefighters who responded to her home. She says she forced her wedding ring on her finger Tuesday morning, after not being able to wear it while she was pregnant.
Kansas City Football Foreshadowing
Get set for the first celestial event of 2019: The "Super Wolf Blood Moon" will rise Sunday evening, January 20. That means a supermoon and a blood moon will occur at the same time.
Bring Back Bob!!!
Absolute Beauty LLC, a business entity controlled by Beauty Brands founder Bob Bernstein and his son David Bernstein, has offered $4.65 million to buy 23 Beauty Brands stores and assume their leases.
Fanboy Temp Work Help Wanted
Hide Transcript Show Transcript WEBVTT THE SECRET SERVICE AND DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY HAVE BEEN WITHOUT FUNDING FOR ALMOST FOUR WEEKS. >> GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES HERE IN THE METRO CONTINUE TO FEEL T EFFECTS OF THE SHUTDOWN, BUT RALLY HOUSE IS TRYING TO HELP. KMBC 9'S EMILY WELSH SHOWS US HOW THE RETAILER IS REACHING OUT.
Tech Ridealong Amid Harsh Winter
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Several neighborhoods are still without power Tuesday. Many have not had power since Saturday. One couple, Devin and Tammy Price, were tired of their cold home so they got behind the wheel. "After an hour or so, I was like omg we don't have any power, how long is this going to last," said Tami Price.
Forecast According To Katie
You may have had your fill of winter weather in the last week, but more is still to come. Weather alerts | Closings and cancellations The Kansas City area is in a winter weather advisory starting at 6 p.m. Wintry precipitation is expected to move through Wednesday evening.
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