Northeast Johnson County morning roundup


Tiara Burns photo via Facebook.
Tiara Burns photo via Facebook.

Police release name of woman killed in 75th and Belinder accident. Prairie Village police on Monday afternoon released the name of the woman killed early Sunday in a single car accident at the intersection of 75th Street and Belinder Avenue. Tiara N. Burns, 30, of Raytown, Mo., was pronounced dead at the scene of the wreck.

Yard waste collection delayed in Fairway. Issues with Town & Country waste collection continued Monday in Fairway. The city said Monday that the company had reported collections of yard waste had not been completed. The yard waste that was not collected on Monday will be collected today and should be left out at the street.

Leawood mom gets chance at reality show. Tamara Day of Leawood may get a chance at her own home rehab show on the DIY Network. She stars Wednesday in a pilot episode of “Little Money Mansions.” In the show she renovates part of a house south of downtown Kansas City. [Leawood mom may get her won home renovation reality show – The Kansas City Star]

Mission Coffee with a Cop Friday. The next session of Coffee with a Cop for the Mission Police Department will be held Friday at Twisted Sisters Coffee Shop on Johnson Drive. Coffee, donuts and conversation with officers will start at 8 a.m. in the informal session.

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