The Kansas City Tuesday News Link Look

Pr0n legend Lisa Ann always seems ready to get down to business, accordingly, we offer a peek at the most important Kansas City mainstream media links right now. Checkit:

Kansas City Double Burn

2nd-alarm called after 2 houses burn in east Kansas City

Mark Owen/KMBC SOURCE: Mark Owen/KMBC Two houses in east Kansas City were damaged by fire Tuesday afternoon. Kansas City firefighters were called at 12:25 p.m. to 33rd Street and Benton Boulevard. Fire crews arriving at the scene called a second alarm. Firefighters brought the fire under control about 20 minutes later.

KCMO Death Call Today

Body found in Minor Park, homicide investigation underway

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Kansas City Police Department confirms that a homicide investigation is underway after a body was found Tuesday in Minor Park, at Red Bridge and Holmes, just after 10 a.m. Police have not identified the body found nor have they released any further details surrounding the discovery of the body.

More Deets On Payday Scandal

Prosecutors allege KC law firm helped Scott Tucker perpetrate fraud - Kansas City Business Journal

Scott Tucker, who faces a mountain of federal charges related to his payday lending empire, may sweep one of Kansas City's top law firms into his legal woes. The Kansas City Star reports that federal prosecutors in New York have asked a judge to order McDowell Rice Smith & Buchanan PC to turn over its records related to a 2010 case.

Help Find This Missing Local Lady

Police issue advisory for missing 29-year-old Nicole Nelson

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Police are looking for a 29-year-old woman in Kansas City, Mo. Nicole Nelson was last seen leaving her home on foot near E. 62nd Street and Walrond Avenue, on Monday around 6 p.m. Police said Nelson suffers from the effects of a prior traumatic brain injury and has gone missing before.

Shocking KCI Report Today
Police use stun gun on suspicious man at KCI
Show-Me Correction Conflict

Discrimination lawsuit against Missouri Department of Corrections takes unusual turn

The disability discrimination lawsuit of Lori Lynn Walker, a former state prison guard who worked in Kansas City, has taken an unexpected turn. Walker's lawsuit against Missouri Department of Corrections officials, who face dozens of discrimination lawsuits and are being investigated by a legislative subcommittee, was set for trial Monday.

Kansas City Confronts Rising Tide

First Alert: Flood watch issued for KC metro until Wednesday afternoon

The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch for the Kansas City metro and surrounding areas from 7 p.m. Tuesday until 1 p.m. Wednesday. All the rain we've received lately has saturated the ground and has already triggered flooding in some locations.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


  1. Minor Park is a known Pickle Park. Another fag bites the dust.


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