Late night tribute to pr0n star Lisa Ann along with some of the best news items for consideration this evening . . .
Odds In Favor Of Kansas City
After Week 13, the Tennessee Titans were 8-4 and tied with the Jacksonville Jaguars atop the AFC South. Three straight losses later, the Titans had dropped to 8-7 and their playoff hopes would come down to the regular-season finale against -- you guessed it, the Jags -- and along with it, coach Mike Mularkey's job.
Fake News From The Ousted Mayor
An analysis by the Unified Government blasts shift trading practices by Kansas City, Kan., Fire Department, saying it results in an unsafe work environment and fire fighters being paid for work they didn't do. Outgoing UG Mayor Mark Holland calls the practice "widespread corruption."
Swatting Call For Justice
WICHITA, Kan. - The family of a Kansas man fatally shot at the door of his home after a hoax emergency call wants the police officer who killed him criminally charged for his death, their attorney said Tuesday.
Small Life For Local Veterans In Need
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Workers are making headway on the city's first village for homeless veterans. "It's actually amazing. These guys were out here when it was about three below this morning knocking away, but again, this is what it takes to make sure we house our veterans," Veterans Community Project Co-Founder Brandon Mixon said.
Better Offer For Hometown Hero
A week after two reports indicated first baseman Eric Hosmer had a six-year deal on the table from the San Diego Padres, a new report says Hosmer has a seven-year offer from the club. According to Bob Nightengale of USA today, the Padres have extended a seven-year deal to Hosmer, a free agent who has played his entire career with the Royals.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .