Tonight we celebrate Angela hotness and then look at some more news highlights that are both naughty, nice and maybe just a bit melancholy. Take a peek:
Tribute To Local Jazz Legend Gone
Kevin Mahogany, the versatile and velvet-voiced vocalist who became one of the Kansas City jazz scene's more well-known exports, died Sunday. He was 59. Mahogany had been living in Miami, but moved back to Kansas City in August after the sudden death of his wife, Allene Matthews Mahogany, over the summer, says Mahogany's sister, Carmen Julious.
Triple Murder Tragedy Aftermath
Rob Hughes/KMBC SOURCE: Rob Hughes/KMBC The Kansas City, Kansas Police Department has released the identity of a second person found dead inside a burning home last week. Ronald Guess, 61, was one of three people found dead inside a burning home in the 800 block of Troup Avenue on December 12.
Kansas City Season Of Crashes Cont'd
Police say a man was killed on a roadway in what is believed to be a hit-and-run incident.
Gas Station Killer Suspect
A Kansas City man has been charged in connection with the December 4 homicide that claimed the life of Phillip Degnan. Degnan was shot and killed outside of the Benton Market in the 1800 block of Benton. Court records say Victor D. Kelley, 62, was shown on store surveillance video at the time of the shooting.
Holiday Commute Tragedy Report
U.S. Highway 71 has re-opened after a deadly crash Monday morning.
Desperate Kansas City Dead-Tree Media Swagger-Jacks Jimmy Kimmel Routine
Part of being a journalist here at The Star and many other places is that you have to be on Twitter. My wife sometimes asks me if she should be on Twitter, and I say, "Hell, no." But we have to do it. Most of the time it's fun.
Cowtown Global Climate Change???
We're still looking at a 30 percent chance for snow Sunday
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .