X-tina is now an old school hottie and her recent adventures inspire a glimpse at #TBT pop culture . . .
Idolator: Christina Aguilera Covers The ‘Galore’ Icon Issue, Talks ‘The Xperience’
Peeps: Christina Aguilera Confirms Her 'Latin Album Is Coming' During Vegas Residency Show
BillBoard: Christina Aguilera Talks Las Vegas Residency, Being Fans' 'Safe Space' & Making a New Latin Album 'The Right Way'
Closer to home, here are the most important news links we're checking tonight . . .
Kansas City Considers Gentrification Top Priority
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City mayoral race is heading into the final stretch between Councilman Quinton Lucas and Councilwoman Jolie Justus. There are several issues that matter to Kansas City voters, and 41 Action News narrowed them down to five: public safety, roads, housing, the Troost Avenue divide and development.
Local School Field Trip Suffers Temp Shut Down For Rehab
The Harry S. Truman Library and Museum in Independence will shut its doors on July 23 and remain closed for approximately one year while it undergoes a multimillion-dollar expansion and renovation. Its last day open to the public will be July 22.
Free Lunch Life Lesson
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Hickman Mills C-1 School District will be offering free breakfast, lunch and supper during the summer. Nutrition Services Director Grennan Sims said it's a big need for this district. "During the school year, we serve about 10,000 meals a day, but our kids are still hungry in the summer.
Fear Food For Fuel
GARNETT, KS (KCTV) -- President Donald Trump has thrilled corn farmers with the news that consumers can buy E-15 gasoline, or gasoline with 15% ethanol all year long. While the announcement may have farmers pleased, we wanted to know how big of a benefit it is to drivers.
Ladies Lead Kansas City
Editor's note: KCultivators is a lighthearted profile series to highlight people who are meaningfully enriching Kansas City's entrepreneurial ecosystem. The KCultivator Series is sponsored by Plexpod , a progressive coworking platform offering next generation workspace for entrepreneurs, startups, and growth-stage companies of all sizes.
Check Glorified Graffiti
Elizabeth Orosco Managing Editor June's First Friday in the Westside North neighborhood saw the work of various local artists at the Mattie Rhodes Center Chicano Pachanga. Local vendors set up along the street, music played, and Hamburgesa Loca's food truck offered tortas, tacos, flautas, and horchata.
Soggy Kansas City Cont'd
Temperatures will fall back to about 60 degrees tonight. Showers are possible mid-morning Friday and then possibly in the evening.
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