Sunday, January 14, 2018

The Kansas City Sunday Night Link Stand

Tonight we celebrate lingerie angel hotties and some of the most important local news for this evening . . .

Kansas City Street Caution Report

Winter weather creates hazardous conditions for drivers

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Slide-offs and collisions were reported Sunday morning as snow created slick conditions for drivers. At I-435 and Quivira road a two-vehicle collision created a backup around 8:30 Sunday morning. One of the vehicles, a semi-truck, overturned across 2 lanes. Traffic was diverted to one lane as crews worked to upright the vehicle.

Metro Runaround Aftermath

2 suspects arrested following pursuit that stretched from Belton into Kansas City

A Winter Weather Advisory has been put into place for most of the KC Metro from 11 p.m. until 9 a.m. on Monday. A Winter Weather Advisory has been put into place for most of the KC Metro from 11 p.m. until 9 a.m. on Monday.

Back When KC Beat Denver

A century before Amazon H2Q, Denver and other cities battled for coveted Federal Reserve regional bank

A century before Amazon created a national frenzy to host its second headquarters, U.S. cities battled to claim one of a dozen regional banks that would make up the newly formed Federal Reserve system. Denver lost that bidding war to Kansas City, but claimed a branch that will celebrate 100 years on Jan.

Show-Me Democracy Hacker Warning

Could foreign hackers mess with Missouri elections? Jay Ashcroft doesn't think so.

CLOSE JEFFERSON CITY - Jay Ashcroft doesn't believe hackers working for a foreign government could successfully meddle with Missouri's critical 2018 U.S. Senate race. At the same time, the Republican secretary of state wants to avoid being lulled into a false sense of security, even if he thinks Missouri is "doing everything we can do" to make its election systems hack-resistant.

Hate Crime Testimony Tonight

Kansas bar shooting victim's widow reflects 1 year later

OLATHE, Kan. (AP) - The widow of an Indian man killed last February in a suspected hate crime in suburban Kansas City has spent the year since his death devoting herself to spreading love and positivity in his name.

Kansas City Shuffle Tribute

Patriots scored on a play they borrowed from the Chiefs, for the second time this season

The Chiefs might not be in the postseason anymore, but the Patriots are paying homage to them. After the Titans took a 7-0 lead, the Patriots were able to get in the end zone on this play: What's that got to do with the Chiefs, you ask?

Kansas City Forecast

Snow returns late Sunday through Monday morning

Tuesday will be COLD.

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

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