A news gathering treat for readers who have made it this far . . .
Whilst we respect her international fashionista game, since becoming one of the most successful worldwide lady brands, hottie Candice has probably has never done so much as wash a dish . . . Despite her provocative French maid poseur costume. NEVERTHELESS, for this morning she inspires us to pick up on some of the low-key local news links that escaped our grasp over the past couple of days. So take a look at Kansas City odds & ends in one convenient location and still worth a peek . . .
Building Boom Inside The Loop Cont'd
Downtown continues to present more living options as it approaches having almost 16,000 apartments available - with more on the way, according to the "State of Downtown" report released last week by the Downtown Council of Kansas City. The report also looked forward, compiling data from the U.S.
Old School Shopping Comeback
Fanboys Greedy For Gear
KANSAS CITY, MO. (KCTV) -- Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was one of the 10 most popular players in the league in 2018, according to the NFLPA Top 50 Player Sales List. Mahomes, considered the odds-on favorite to win the 2018 NFL MVP Award, finished seventh in merchandise.
Show-Me Free Speech Shut Down
St. Louis Public Radio has had a comment section for as long as we've had a website. We hoped comments would be a place for our audience to discuss articles with each other while providing valuable feedback to our newsroom. However, it's not living up to that promise, so we have decided to pull the plug.
Kansas City New Start
Instagram: @dropp SOURCE: Instagram: @dropp Chiefs Kingdom just grew by one more teeny, tiny little fan. Kansas City Chiefs safety Jordan Lucas announced the birth of a baby boy Wednesday on social media. Lucas posted the announcement to Instagram with a sweet message for his son and his wife.
JoCo Parents: The Unforgiving
LENEXA, KS (KCTV) -- Parents at Rosehill Elementary received an email on Monday saying Principal Cory Strathman would go on extended leave, but they were shocked when they found out why he left. "We were kind of like, 'Why is he on administrative leave?'" said parent Brandon Moore.
Big Cat Slaughtered In Kansas
The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism said Thursday night that game wardens had confirmed a mountain lion sighting in Rooks County, located just north of Hays in north-central Kansas. Kansas game wardens said the female mountain lion was found dead in Rooks County today by a group of bird hunters.
Sound Of Court Fight Waiting Game
After more than two years of litigation, a leadership fight over a Kansas City jazz landmark wrapped up Wednesday morning with nearly two hours of closing arguments. But the verdict on who will lead the Mutual Musicians Foundation is not out yet. Circuit Court Judge Charles McKenzie said Wednesday he was taking the case under advisement.
Show-Me Developer Disappointment
From costly bad bets subsidizing the development of Kansas City's Power & Light District to promoting the St. Louis Ballpark Village at the expense of businesses already in the area, city leaders are eager to combat urban flight to the suburbs.But urban decline isn't unique to Missouri.
More MSM Mahomes High Praise
It takes a lot to impress NFL Hall of Famer Michael Strahan, so it speaks volumes that the seven-time Pro-Bowler and Super Bowl champion gushed about Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes Friday morning on "Good Morning America. Mahomes joined Strahan for an interview about his success this season, his unique game-breaking ability and Super Bowl aspirations.
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