Thursday, December 19, 2019

Kansas City Thursday Night News Look



Tonight we celebrate Candice classic perfection, community news and and other items of interest . . . Checkit:


Touring Downtown Clink

Exclusive access: 41 Action News tours Jackson County jail

It's a rare opportunity journalists have not been granted in years. "We've made things safer," Diana Turner, the jail's director, said. "We've reduced turnover. We've reduced on-the-job injuries. We've reduced major incidents. We haven't had a major incident here in 15 months."


Tragic Tragedy Aftermath

Two killed, two hurt in head-on collision on Raytown Road at I-470

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A Thursday morning crash killed two and left another two people hurt according to crash investigators. The crash happened before 8 a.m. along Raytown Road near I-470 and involved an SUV and a transport van. A passenger in the van died, another passenger was hurt and the driver is in critical condition.


Where's Waldo Blight???

Kansas City Council approves CID for Waldo shopping center

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Despite some pushback, the Kansas City, Missouri, City Council on Thursday approved a special sales tax to improve a shopping center in the Waldo neighborhood. The Community Improvement District will impose an additional 1% sales tax on all retail sales at the Romanelli Shopping Center at West Gregory Boulevard and Wornall Road.


Rock Chalk Life Lesson

KU food, housing costs to dip; 4 other schools plan hikes

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) - University of Kansas students will pay a little bit less for basic food and housing starting next fall, while costs will remain the same or increase at the state's five other public universities.


Local Biz Talk

Venture, innovation scenes rapidly growing in Kansas City's 'backyard'

Startland News' Startup Road Trip series explores innovative and uncommon ideas finding success in rural America and Midwestern startup hubs outside the Kansas City metro. This series is possible thanks to the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, which leads a collaborative, nationwide effort to identify and remove large and small barriers to new business creation.


Candice Promo Hotness

Candice Swanepoel - Logan Hollowell Jewelry 2019

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Old School Jewels Revealed

Prehistoric Turks Wore Human Teeth as Jewelry, Rare Discovery Reveals

Researchers in Turkey have uncovered modified Neolithic human teeth that were worn as pendants, perhaps in a necklace or bracelet, in a rare and perplexing archaeological find. Paleolithic and Neolithic humans often fashioned jewelry, such as beads and pendants, from animal bones and teeth (fun fact: Neanderthals wore jewelry from eagle talons).


Power Slap Fight Tonight

Here's what you need to know about Thursday's 2020 Democratic presidential debate

Seven 2020 Democratic presidential candidates will take the debate stage at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.


Golden Ghetto Fun & Games

Local woman to compete again on Season 40 of 'Survivor'

JOHNSON COUNTY, KS (KCTV) -- Thousands of you watched last night as Tommy Sheehan emerged as the victor in the latest season of Survivor. He topped Dean Kowalski and Noura Salman in the finale vote of a season that had its share of controversy.


Nicer Digs For Doggies

Brookside Barkery to move into old Plate Restaurant building

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - It's a case of musical chairs in Kansas City's Brookside neighborhood. Brookside Barkery, founded in 2003, announced Thursday plans to move into a space formerly occupied by Plate restaurant. In 2017, a fire forced Plate Restaurant to leave its location at East 62nd Street and Oak Street.


Show-Me Lucky Bastard

Kansas City area man wins $100K Missouri Lottery prize

INDEPENDENCE, MO (AP) -- A Kansas City area man has won a $100,000 prize in the Missouri Lottery's newest Scratchers game called "Power 5s." The lottery says in a news release that Austin Conley, of Raymore, stopped at a QuikTrip in Independence to cash in a $15 winning ticket.


Weather Science Now

Quiet, warmer pattern sets in ahead of Christmas week

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And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Candace is so freakin hot!!!

Anonymous said...

Evening pablum and intellectual pap


Anonymous said...

Kansas City Council approves CID for Waldo shopping center


Fuck that shit. I'll shop on the other side of the state line.