Kansas City Saturday News Uncovered

Right now we start the morning news cycle with pr0n hottie Angela admitting that she enjoys her work and that the smut biz helper her "celebrate" her curves.

And all of this gives us confidence to enjoy our daily collection of the top Kansas City news links.

Take a peek:

Airport Infestation Aftermath

Mezzanine in Terminal B back open after closing for bed bugs

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City International Airport officials temporarily shut down the food court in Terminal B on Thursday after bed bugs were found on a chair. The food court reopened just before 6 a.m. Friday. The food court is home to Burger King, Starbucks, California Pizza Kitchen and a bar.

Local Golf Smash & Grab

Thief steals $15K in merchandise from Shoal Creek Golf Course

A "smash and grab" thief used a rock to shatter a door at the Shoal Creek Golf Course's Pro Shop. Police want people to take a look at the video surveillance that captured the quick crime that took about one minute. The crawling criminal quickly got to their feet and starting stealing.

Talking State House Drama

Seg. 1: Kansas Lawmakers On School Funding. Seg. 2: Missouri Choir Gives Local Compositions A Voice.

Segment 1: With deadline looming, Kansas lawmakers struggle to find funding plan that satisfies the state's legislature and supreme court. After a report commissioned by legislative leaders recommended Kansas spend more money on its public schools - as much as $2 billion more - conservative enthusiasm for the study's merit dried up.

Kansas City Lottery Wish List

Jackpot fever runs high in metro as Mega Millions hits $521 million

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- All across the metro Friday night jackpot fever ran high. Moms, dads, grandparents, retirees and more all had their eyes set on the whopping $521 million Mega Millions jackpot up for grabs. "Man, I would pay bills, travel, help my family," Gale Stroth said.

Celebrate KCMO Urban Core Styling

High fashion showcase coming to Independence Avenue

The Northeast Kansas City Chamber of Commerce is laying out the red carpet next weekend for a fashion show with a distinct international flavor. Fashionista Weekend will begin on Friday, April 6, at the EGG Business Incubator, and continue throughout the weekend. The event will run from 5 p.m.

The JoCo GOAT Redux

Goats quarantined at Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead in Overland Park

Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead said on Friday that baby goat bottle feeding will not be open to visitors when they open on April 2 due to the fact that the goats are ill. "Some of the baby goats in the herd have contracted a virus called ecthyma, or 'sore mouth,'" the release said.

Kansas City Second Chances

Royals ready to hit the reset button after Opening Day loss to White Sox

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Royals could not have had a better 2018 Opening Day beginning or a worse finish against the Chicago White Sox. They led 4-0 before White Sox starter James Shields retired a batter. Lucas Duda, in his first Royals at-bat, scorched a three-run homer.

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  1. Why do fat black people think tight clothes look good on them? I need therapy after seeing that! Lmao!

  2. Screw bed bugs. I want to know what they are doing about that flight attendant that gave me crabs.


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