Tuesday, January 01, 2019

The Kansas City Tuesday Look Down



With respect to hottie Denise, we start our first news compilation of the day with important pop culture news:

Sun: BUST THE TRUTH Can YOU tell which of these women have real boobs and whose are fake?

LadBible: You Can Now Buy A Boob Shaped Pillow For Nap Time

Closer to home, these news link power our right now . . .

KCPD Tweet Postscript

KCPD uses Twitter to show NYE policing

Overnight on New Year's Eve, the department tweeted updates on what the officers were doing. The night started with a report of shots fired near 13th Street and Woodland Avenue. Early Tuesday, police said gunshots did not kill anyone in Kansas City.


Serving New Urban Core Hotness

Eleos Coffeehouse Remodel

Michael Bushnell Northeast News Eleos Coffeehouse closed for the holidays to remodel their meeting space and roasting room. They plan ...


Lucky Bastard In Kansas

$1 million Powerball winner bought in south-central Kansas

The new year is starting out great for someone who bought a Powerball ticket in Kansas. The Kansas Lottery said Monday someone bought a $1 million Powerball ticket for Saturday's Powerball drawing in south-central Kansas. The winning ticket numbers were 12-42-51-53-62. The winner has 363 days to claim the prize.


Show-Me Ethics Push Back

2 more Missouri House members resign early

JEFFERSON CITY, MO (AP) - Two more Missouri House members are resigning shortly before their terms were scheduled to end. Republican Reps. Kurt Bahr of St. Charles County and Rick Brattin of Cass County submitted their resignations effective at 11:59 p.m. Monday - the final minute of 2018.


Missouri Tax Spike 2019

Missourians could see tax surprise on state returns

Longstanding errors in tax withholding tables that were corrected in September could cost thousands of Missouri taxpayers on their state income tax returns for 2018, according to state officials. Residents who expect to receive a modest refund on state income taxes could instead owe the state money, and those who do receive a refund could have it reduced by as much as 90 percent, The Columbia Daily Tribune reported .


Home Team High Hopes

Kansas City Royals: New Year's Resolutions for 2019

Most Kansas City Royals fans expected a lackluster 2018 season and that's basically what we got. While the second half of the season wasn't as bad as the first half was, the boys in blue will likely be in the midst of another down year in 2019.


D-Day Approaches For Footballers

The Re-Up: The Chiefs have three weeks to give everything they have

Happy New Year. It's our column, The Re-Up. In this column, I'll write about some deeper thought I had about the last game and finish with some fun stuff to ponder at the article's end. Check out my last Re-Up column .


And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

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