Hottie Lindsey is actually very straight forward in her online dealings but the social media hottie game is getting increasingly competitive and sketchy.
A few pop culture examples to start the morning news cycle of pop culture goodness:
IndieUK: Instagram should ban celebrity ads for diet products, says NHS director
CityAM: Fyre Festival, influencers, and the CMA – why are regulators finally getting involved in the world of social media sponsorship?
Gizmodo: The Tortured Case for Deleting Instagram
Closer to home, these news links are also worth checking right now:
Kansas City Hype Redux
The Kansas City Chiefs narrowly missed a chance at the Super Bowl this season. But the team - and its newly minted NFL MVP quarterback - is already the early favorite to win next year. The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook put the Chiefs' odds of winning Super Bowl LIV at 6-1, according to an ESPN report.
Local Service Journalism
Sylvia Mitchell's leaky apartment roof gets fixed after she reaches out to KMBC 9 News Investigates.
Another High Flying FAIL
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS, Mo. - The city of Excelsior Springs is defending its decision to remove a damaged hangar door at the airport, in spite of outrage from local pilots. Thomas Creel believes, "The city has been systematically running down our airport and sitting back saying it doesn't need any money and then trying to throw stuff at it to close it."
Blue Springs Protestations
BLUE SPRINGS, MO (KCTV) -- On Feb. 12, 1990, Kathy Middleton was shot and killed inside her Blue Springs home in the middle of the day. There were only two people inside that home when the shot was fired. Her husband, Ken Middleton, told police he had brought a gun inside from his truck and left it in his lap.
Biz Journal Runs Blair's Hype
Woodside Village had just leased about 95 percent of its luxury apartments and most of its retail space. Things were looking sunny for the mixed-used development in Westwood. "We finally were there financially. It was a success," said Blair Tanner, founding partner and president of Tanner & White Properties Inc., the project's developer.
Meth Town Super Bowl Winning
INDEPENDENCE, MO (KCTV) -- The Super Bowl has come and gone, but it's left a lasting impact on an Independence woman who you may recognize if you tuned in Sunday night. Pastor Nancy Kerr has two chapels in Independence along with her mobile chapel.
Forecasting Kansas City Fear
Freezing drizzle is possible to start your Tuesday. In the afternoon, we could see light freezing rain.
21 Savage - a lot ft. J. Cole and real life rapper immigration drama inspires the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .