The seasons continue to change as the fashion industry talks sustainability and we take another look at the local news scene. Checkit:
KCMO Neighborhood Ruckus
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A metro woman told FOX4 she's tired of playing games with her neighbor who she says has been dodging her calls since June. "Woman up and take care of your responsibilities," Latrese Burnett said. "Your sewer line has been broken. You've been cited for it, but you refuse to handle your business."
Kansas City Opts Out
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Housing Authority of Kansas City, Missouri, will no longer provide new leasing subsides for clients wanting to rent apartments from due to a "history and pattern of non-compliance." TEH Realty owns several housing complexes throughout the metro, including Nob Hill and Park Gate apartments.
Local Hipster Noodle Crisis
A locally owned poké restaurant abruptly closed its area locations Monday and deactivated its Facebook account. A sign on the door reads: "Due to unfortunate circumstances, we will be closed indefinitely. We thank you and appreciate all the support you have shown us."
Fall Into Fashion
Nadine Mirada in Bikini and Swimsuits for Flaked Magazine 2019, Nadine Mirada, Bikini, Flaked Magazine, Swimsuit,
Friendly Doc, Indeed
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- A local doctor is qualifying patients for medical marijuana licenses without meeting them in person for a service advertised at $200. In a News 4 investigation, the doctor even qualified a News 4 producer over the internet.
If you've heard of tiny Greensburg, Kansas, it's probably because of the massive twister that nearly wiped it off the map a dozen years ago. Or, the build-it-back-green strategy meant to set it apart from other struggling rural communities. Jim McLean, of the Kansas News Service, recently traveled to western Kansas to see if that's how things are playing out.
Weather Advice: Enjoy Tuesday
Tuesday will be the pick day of the week, clouds and showers roll in Wednesday.
And this is ANOTHER OPEN THREAD for right now . . .