The Kansas City Tuesday Morning Look

Xenia Wood is the latest Interents modeling sensation to earn quite a few online fans along with a few detractors of the medium . . . Nevertheless, the trending hottie inspires the start of our local election day coverage. Take a peek:

Meet The New Kansas City TV Honcho

Steve Watt Named GM of KSHB

E.W. Scripps has named Steve Watt vp and GM of its Kansas City NBC affiliate KSHB and sister station KMCI. Watt comes from Nexstar’s WKRN in Nashville, Tennessee where he’s worked for the last 13 years. He started there as the local sales manager in 2004 and was promoted to GSM.

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KCMO Cyclist Tragedy Cold Case

Family still seeking charges against driver a year after he fatally struck bicyclist

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — One year after a 32-year-old Kansas City man was hit and killed by a car while riding his bicycle, there are still no charges against the driver. On Monday, family and friends of Anthony Saluto gathered at Opera House in the River Market where he was a barista.

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Dead Tree Meda Talk Show Reporting

Yep, Jason Sudeikis ate Joe’s Kansas City burnt ends on ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’

Jason Sudeikis appeared on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” Monday to promote his new sci-fi monster movie “Colossal” – and Kansas City’s world-famous barbecue. On the show, which started more than an hour late, thanks to the NCAA men’s basketball championship, Sudeikis, who grew up in Overland Park, challenged Colbert to a barbecue throwdown.

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Another Reason To Give Locals A Brake

MoDOT says they’re seeing an increase in work zone crashes

LEE’S SUMMIT, Mo. — The Missouri Department of Transportation says in recent months, there’s been an increase in the number of traffic crashes happening in work zones. Road crews want drivers to pay attention and slow down. It’s the start of National Work Zone Awareness Week, and as road construction moves into high gear this spring, MoDOT wants motorists to stay alert.

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Royal Disappointment

Kansas City Might Have A Bullpen Problem

The Kansas City Royals have taken to the field in their 2017 rendition far removed from the pitching powerhouse they were as 2015 World Series Champions. After losing their ace Yardano Ventura to a tragic car accident in the off-season, and trading away their closer Wade Davis, this year’s team is trying to revamp their bullpen by using younger pitchers with maybe some magic from pitching Coach Dave Eiland.

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Björk ‘Notget VR’ is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

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