Tuesday, April 16, 2019

The Kansas City Tuesday Night Snap



A bit of inspiration for our social media denizens tonight . . .

Verge: Making it as an Instagram influencer

Closer to home here are some local and on-topic newsworthy considerations as well . . .


Sacré Bleu!!! Kansas City Tech To The Rescue Of Notre Dame?!?!

KC company could use 3D tech to help repair Notre Dame

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- No one will ever see Notre Dame as it was. "One of the best examples of gothic and medieval architecture," Rick Embers, principal at Pulse Design in Kansas City, said. Embers never got the chance to see it in person.


Rising Tide Estimation

Cleaver: Spring floods may not meet threshold for federal disaster relief

The spring floods in northwest Missouri may not reach the federal threshold to qualify for disaster relief.


Golden Ghetto Fears Crash Course In Rising Traffic Danger

Crashes a concern on busy stretch of Switzer

OVERLAND PARK, KS (KCTV) -- Overland Park police are still trying to determine why a driver hit a 14-year-old girl on Friday. She died two days later. But that busy stretch of Switzer is a frequent scene of crashes and children are often at risk.


Meth Town Hobo Redux?!?!

Independence police finding new ways to tackle homelessness

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - Usually, a police officer is not a welcome sight to a homeless person. But two Independence, Missouri, police officers are working to change that. Officer Jodi Grooms first met Mike when he was asleep in his car, staying in his Nissan Pathfinder in a parking lot next to the police station.


Social Media Double Tap

Lindsey Pelas Nearly Busts Out Of Tiniest Bikini Ever On Instagram

Lindsey Pelas' fans have been loving her Instagram posts all week, and her newest one is no exception. The model posed in a super small leopard-print bikini, as she leaned against a tiled wall with her right elbow and took the selfie with her left hand.


Paris Of The Plains Tribute

Union Station pays tribute to France

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Union Station in Kansas City, Missouri, lit up in blue, white and red Monday night; the colors of the French flag. The lights paid tribute to the people of France who are grieving after a fire tore through one of Paris' most popular landmarks: Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral.


Stormy Weather Awaits

Warm Wednesday; evening storms possible

Temperatures will slowly fall back to a mild 60 degrees Tuesday night. Clouds will be on the increase for your Wednesday. Temperatures will be a warm 77 degrees...


And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great tomatoes!

Anonymous said...

Only cleaver would give up on white farmers getting flood relief money so he can scam more money for the jizz district, clearly a racist move on his part.

Anonymous said...

^^clearly you have no idea what you're talking about. Jesus Christ, grow up!

Anonymous said...

^^ You first.

Anonymous said...

^^Proof positive you need to grow up. So childish.