A pop culture splash worth a peek if only to contemplate the marketing tactics of the NEXTGEN all over the globe . . .
Cosmo: Iggy Azalea Is Ready for Her Comeback. Are You?
Page6: Iggy Azalea on seeking treatment for mental health
BET: Iggy Azalea’s Comments On Cultural Appropriation Has The Internet Hitting The Cancel Button On Her Career
Closer to home, here are some of the nicer news links we're watching right now . . .
Life Lesson & Local Love
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- A little boy is back home after a hit-and-run driver crashed into his tricycle. The search is still on for the driver who hit the 9-year-old while he was on the trike and then took off. He was hit just after 6:00 p.m.
Rock Chalk TrumpCare Winning
Officials with Medicare have decided to cover an innovative but extremely expensive cancer treatment, setting the stage for more patients to get it. That's good news for the University of Kansas Health System.
More Deets On KC March
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- About 100 people representing more than 40 different organizations took part in a Peace Walk down Prospect Avenue Thursday. All speakers seemed to agree there's not one cause, nor one solution. But they think hope for change begins with unity.
Inspiring Local Signs
Thousands of visitors have stopped by a unique museum in Olathe. KMBC 9's Donna Pitman is focusing on the Museum of Deaf History, Arts and Culture. The museum inspires a deeper appreciation for the hearing-impaired and helps people learn about the history of the hearing-impaired in America.
Northland Walkabout Report
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The city is partnering with the city of Riverside, Mo., to build an east-west trail along Vivion Road that would connect more Northlanders to the recreational trail system. A lack of east-west routes has long been a complaint north of the river.
Classic KC Real Estate Pr0n
Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, Kansas City's Sondern-Adler Home went on the market last year for $1.65 million. No one bought it, so it's going up for a no-reserve auction, with no minimum starting bid, on August 12. Knowing the challenges that lie ahead is important for any buyer, says John H.
Katie Talks The Weekend
Hide Transcript Show Transcript CHIEFS GAME. KATIE: WE ARE CHECKING THIS RAIN. IT DID NOT COMING TO KANSAS CITY. THEY CAME WITHIN 40 MILES OF KANSAS CITY BUT IT DID NOT BRING US ANY RAIN. THE AREA THAT DID SEE RAIN IN KANSAS CITY NOW HAS A LOT OF EXTRA WATER VAPOR.
Iggy Azalea - F*ck It Up is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .