Char-Char hotness inspires another quick peek at all the Kansas City local news worth a look tonight. Checkit:
Gamers Fear KCMO Basement Flooding
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City plumbers are hard at work following the weekend's rainstorm. One customer of Bob Hamilton Plumbing came home from an out-of-town trip Sunday night to discover 6-inches of water in her basement. The culprit, according to Bob Hamilton plumber Matt Dayringer -- outside tree roots growing into the sewer line.
Local Internets Love Investigation
Mary Martin says the man she dated online scammed her out of more than $70,000. KCTV5 first reported her story in February. Since then, we've been following the money trail.
Show-Me Rally Aftermath
International Workers' Day, often marked by protests, marches and celebrations by organized labor, may be muted in Missouri this year due to restrictions passed by the state legislature. "We've definitely taken a few hits this year, there's no doubt," said Pat White, president of the St. Louis Labor Council AFL-CIO.
Old School KCK Cruelty
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- After an accident knocked out the power to an elderly woman's home in KCK, she called the power company, but it turns out that she doesn't have the power to fix the problem. "I pray every night that God tell me what to do.
Kansas Politico Payback
Another tax plan that would roll back key parts of Gov. Sam Brownback's tax cuts has been sketched out by members of the Kansas Legislature, but it is unclear if the proposal patched together Monday night will have enough support to pass.
Tragic Kansas City Comparison
In the last week, the Washington Nationals went 4-3 and scored 77 runs, including 46 during their four-game series at Coors Field. A majority of these came during Washington's blowout of the New York Mets on April 30, where Anthony Rendon 's historic game helped his team to score 23 runs.
Scary Forecast This Week
We will see a small break from the rain and clouds on Tuesday.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .