Tonight we consider angel Candice one more time as the panty market comes tumbling down and we check news closer to home.
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Old School Kansas City Political Drama Coming Soon
He was murdered almost 50 years ago, so fewer Kansas Citians these days might know the name Leon Jordan. But he was one of Kansas City's most important civil rights leaders, and at one point his homicide was the Kansas City Police Department's oldest cold case.
Deadly Golden Ghetto Crash Tonight
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Two children were killed Sunday in a wreck on a busy Johnson County, Kan. highway. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, the two children were in a van that collided with a semi on I-435 westbound near State Line Road.
More Deets On Teen Political Prank
Two 18-year-olds from the University of Delaware have joined several other teenagers in the race to become the next governor of Kansas. Neither of the students have ever lived in Kansas. In fact, they have never even been to Kansas, The News Journal in Delaware reported.
Show-Me More Jobs For Crooks
A proposal in the Missouri Legislature seeks to give convicted felons a second chance in pursuing a career. A House committee this week approved a law that would ease restrictions on convicted felons in the workplace. Among other things, people with felony convictions aren't allowed to sell alcohol or lottery tickets.
Bicycle Good Times Coming Soon
JOPLIN, Mo. - Missouri and Kansas officials are working to designate sections of Route 66 as a national bicycle route.The U.S. Bicycle Route System is the national cycling route network serviced by state and local governments.
The Weather This Week
First Alert Forecast: Thunder storms possible on Monday
More Deets On Hosmer Big Bucks
11:44 AM ET Bradford DoolittleESPN Staff Writer Close Sports reporter, Kansas City Star, 2002-09 Writer, Baseball, Baseball Prospectus Co-author, Pro Basketball Prospectus Member, Baseball Writers Association of America Member, Professional Basketball Writers Association While most of America was either tucked away in bed or deep into Saturday night revelries, the tortoise pace of baseball's lingering offseason quickened.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .