Right now hottie Emily Ratajkowski reminds us that the panty game is important all year round.
Fast Company: Target lingerie easily beat Victoria’s Secret in a survey of young women
Closer to home these local news links have our attention . . .
Cowtown Tech Winning
No Coast winners: Two rapidly growing KC tech startups championed
Local Rural Care Stays Losing
Three Kansas City-area hospitals are among 17 in Missouri and seven in Kansas that are being penalized by Medicare this year for high infection and patient-injury rates. Truman Medical Centers, Research Medical Center and Belton Medical Center will see their Medicare payments reduced by 1 percent because of high rates of complications.
World According To Katie
The rain will come to an end Saturday afternoon, but you will notice the winds increase. Look for a high near 54 degrees. Don't forget to spring your clocks for...
Rock Chalk Movie Winner
LAWRENCE, KS (KCTV) - The University of Kansas gave Kevin Willmott his own jersey. At the Kansas vs Baylor game Saturday, Kevin Willmott was presented with his very own KU basketball jersey. In a very creative way, instead of having a number on the jersey, there is an Oscar.
Kansas Tax Break Moves Forward
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - The Republican-controlled Kansas House has approved GOP income tax relief proposals and a small cut in the state's sales tax on groceries. The vote Friday was 76-43 on a bill aimed at preventing individuals and businesses from paying more state income taxes because of changes in federal tax laws at the end of 2017.
Show-Me Deadly Drama
A Missouri woman was drunk and re-enacting a movie when she fatally shot her boyfriend, officials said. Kalesha Marie Peterson, 37, is facing a charge of second-degree murder in the slaying. She was arrested Thursday night after police in Fulton, Missouri, responded to Peterson's report that she accidentally shot boyfriend David Dalton, 36.
Kansas City Running Game Hope
"I kind of have a thing for 220-pound backs that can run and catch and block," said Brett Veach at his NFL Combine press conference. The Chiefs general manager has a type. He likes his running backs to be as thick as Texas toast.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .