Thursday, February 28, 2019

Kansas City Thursday Morning News Look


Hottie Kate sets an important example of enduring beauty for us all . . .

Quick round-up of morning headlines worth a peek as we share some lady pop culture news that's apropos for #TBT. Take a look:

Atlantic: The Invisibility of Older Women

WebMD: Could Diet Sodas Raise Older Women's Stroke Risk?

QZ: Older women’s brains look similar to younger men’s

Closer to home, here's the news that starts our morning . . .

Winter Has KCMO All Busted Up

Winter injuries wearing on Overland Park emergency rooms

OVERLAND PARK, KS (KCTV) -- Overland Park Regional's Emergency Room is one of 11 owned by HCA. Between 5 A.M. and 4 P.M. Wednesday, injury visits at all their ERs combined were up 40% from a typical winter day. About half were people hurt in wrecks, mostly during the morning rush hour.

Will Watch Groups Save Kansas City?!?!

KCPD helping residents start Neighborhood Watch Groups

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City Police's South Patrol opened its doors Wednesday night to help neighborhoods establish Neighborhood Watch Groups and tackle crime. More than 20 people from across Kansas City asked questions and engaged in discussion. The goal-- make their neighborhoods safer.

Lesson In New Local Rides

Every Student In Kansas City Public Schools Will Ride A New Bus Next Year

Students in Kansas City Public Schools will ride to school next year on new propane-fueled buses, part of a three-year, $60.6 million transportation contract with Student Transportation of America. "We're very excited about that," said Linda Quinley, chief financial officer for the district, after the school board voted to approve the contract Wednesday night.

Checking Tech Town Talk

No Coast finalists: Startup heavyweights among award contenders

KC Tech Council released finalists Wednesday for its No Coast awards - a March 8 celebration of trailblazing innovators across the tech industry in Kansas City - which features a handful of startup founders and companies. "These are the folks who went above and beyond in tech," KC Tech Council said in announcement of the finalists.

Kansas City Chiefs Switcheroo

Report: Chiefs are "talking trade on Justin Houston"

UPDATE: 9:29 p.m. Arrowhead Time Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio calls out Rapoport's report, suggesting the Chiefs UPDATE: 8:07 p.m. Arrowhead Time NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport confirms La Canfora's earlier report. are "simply trying to drum up interest" themselves . Sources: The #Chiefs have had trade talks centered around star pass-rusher Justin Houston.

Show-Me Lady Footballer Pioneer

First female player aiming for NFL commits to play football at Missouri college

FAYETTE, MO ( -- A girl is breaking down barriers on the football field, and she will do it from a college in Missouri. Toni Harris recently committed to play football for Central Methodist University, which is located in Fayette, MO.

Next Snow On Blast

Accumulating snow possible this weekend followed by dangerous cold

Low temperatures below zero are possible Monday

Joan Jett and the Blackhearts - Crimson & Clover is the #TBT song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


Anonymous said...


Where many tread lightly, Kate pounds the hard wood risers!!!

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^^^^your blurbs are excellent. I feel fairly confident you must be in the biz, as it were, and you get to let out the NSFW ideas here on TKC.

Anonymous said...

That gal intending to play at CMU doesn't even look athletic. Yes, pics can be deceiving, but it looks like she has quite a rump with legs that are none to muscular nor any upper body strength. I'd like to see her bust out 10 pull-ups, or press 250lbs (which I would consider entry-level for College players). Seems like a virtue-signalling signing.

Anonymous said...

^^^I'd like to see you pull your fat-ass off the couch once in a while. Eat a carrot you fat tub of shit!

Anonymous said...

11:13 comment

Thanks Too kind!