A late night news line-up with a nod toward hottie Sophie and what the public really likes . . .
Verge: Instagram quantified our popularity, and now it wants to fix it
CNBC: As Instagram tests its ‘like’ ban, influencers will have to shift tactics to make money
Closer to home, here's a mix of serious and silly news for our late night denizens . . .
Check Out Kansas City Standoff We Hope Ends Peacefully
A Kansas City hotel was evacuated after a man barricaded himself inside one of the rooms, police said.Kansas City police said officers were called at 6 p.m. Tuesday to the Executive Inn and Suites in the 15000 Block of E U.S. 40 on a trespassing call.
Kansas Lady Contender???
The Wichita Republican joined with other GOP candidates for the Kansas Legislature to share a vision for the future of Kansas. (October 2016) After nearly three decades in Topeka, Kansas Senate President Susan Wagle wants to give Washington a try. The Wichita Republican will officially launch her campaign for U.S.
Trading KC Cash For Justice
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - An increase in reward money for information about Kansas City area homicides has given one local family hope that their son's murder will be solved nearly 30 years later. Corlis Davis says not a day goes by where she doesn't think about her son, Mark.
Golden Ghetto Critter Freedom
KCK officer pulls raccoon's head out of metal can during patrol
Co-working Hype Redux
Innovation is growing on the third floor of Goodwill's East Crossroads center, enabling Kansas City's next generation to take ownership of their city. "We really wanted to sort of address their needs, hear more about their voice and engage with them," William Dowdell, program director at Hire KC, said of the 21 students who make up the first class of Project Commons - a pilot program of the KC Social Innovation Center-backed organization, formally launched July 8.
KCMO Lame Duck Good Talk
The Chiefs' Tyrann Mathieu called up Kansas City Mayor Sly James to see how he could best serve the community."Obviously, I love being involved in the community," Chiefs player Tyrann Mathieu said.Mathieu, known as "Honey Badger," called up James and asked him how he could best help in Kansas City."Coming from New Orleans, Louisiana, especially in the inner city, I think a lot of resources are very restricted.
For Discount Fanboys
As Sporting Kansas City prepares for a pivotal stretch run of summertime matches, Sporting President & CEO Jake Reid has conducted a Q&A that spans a variety of important topics both on and off the field, ranging From Peter Vermes and the playoff chase to ticket prices, fan-friendly initiatives and
And this is the OPEN THREAD for the late night . . .