Tonight we draw inspiration from the legacy of KB and take a look at some of the more important news stories today . . .
Kansas City Kitty Time
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - With the end of winter in sight, a new season is on the horizon. It's not just spring though. Kitten season is right around the corner. From early spring to early fall, local animal shelters see an influx of kittens - often receiving multiple litters a day.
TKC Fun Fact: All Of These Candidates COMBINED Have Only Raised HALF As Much Money As The Incumbent
If you want to know how much interest there is in the race for Rep. Kevin Yoder's congressional seat, you got a pretty good idea at a candidate forum Sunday afternoon. Some 500 people packed the sanctuary at Congregation Beth Torah in Overland Park to hear the five Democrats and one Libertarian running for Yoder's seat.
Hoopz Covers The Swimsuit Issue
Please, ladies, stop with the pearl-clutching over Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue 's #MeToo spread. Often dismissed as soft porn and nicknamed the sexploitation issue, every year Sports Illustrated teases its annual special edition. And folks get big mad and talk about family values and the safety of women.
KCMO Strip Club Cold Case
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- On Jan. 28, a young man was shot and killed outside a Crossroads gentleman's club. Now, his family is asking for any help to bring his killer to justice. FOX4's Sherae Honeycutt sat down with a family still shocked at his death. The shooting happened around 3:15 a.m.
Mobile Phone Newsflash
Nicolette, 22, was one of seven young adults who went undercover at a Kansas High School as part of a new A&E TV series, " Undercover High." Nicolette - a former teen mom - and the other adults in their twenties spent the spring 2017 semester as "students" at Topeka's Highland Park High School.
Show-Me A Celebration Of Carbs
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. * Missouri lawmakers are considering whether to mark an official day to celebrate sliced bread. A bill pending in the state House would designate July 7 as Missouri Sliced Bread Day. Supporters say the bill is needed to promote tourism in the northern Missouri city of Chillicothe, where the first commercially sliced bread was sold on July 7, 1928.
Possibly The Least Interesting Thing Happening At The Courthouse Right Now
And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .
Corruption at the Jackson County courthouse is out of control. Reform is necessary. Here's a place to start: Jackson County voters should impose a two-term, eight-year limit on how long members of the legislature and the county executive can serve. Yes, term limits are not a panacea for all that ails the county, or any government.