Sunday, March 10, 2019

Kansas City Sunday Night News Hotness



Juxtaposition in the panty game . . .

Biz Insider: We went shopping at Victoria's Secret, Pink, and Aerie and saw the huge divide in the lingerie market firsthand

Closer to home, here's the news links we're checking tonight from across the metro that are mostly about weekend infernos. . .



Kansas City Vacants Burn In Midtown

Fire crews battle three-alarm apartment fire on Linwood Boulevard

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - Fire crews fought an apartment fire in KCMO that upgraded to a three-alarm. Fire authorities battled a three-alarm apartment fire at 24 East Lindwood Boulevard. The fire started on the second floor and went to the top floor.


Local Vaxx Testimony

16 years after her baby died of the flu, Julie Moise continues to promote vaccination

In 2003, Julie Moise remembers saying, "Oh good, it's just the flu."Then her baby, Ian, grew sicker and died of flu complications.


Sunday Golden Ghetto Church Fire

Fire crews fighting Roeland Park church fire

JOHNSON COUNTY, KS (KCTV) - Crews battled a two-alarm church fire in Roeland Park. Fire officials battled a two-alarm fire at Southridge Presbyterian Church Sunday night that started around 6:30. The fire started on the second floor where the daycare area of the church is located.


Kansas City Walking Peril

Van strikes pedestrian on 39th and Wyoming

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - A pedestrian has been struck by a van in KCMO. Police said that a pedestrian was struck by a van on 39th and Wyoming Sunday at 3:38 PM. The driver stayed on the scene and is cooperating with police. Officials have not confirmed the extent of injuries at this time.


Kansas City Hockey
KC Mavericks hold 2019 MAC Awards
Local Footballer Honors

The Top Players and Coaches from Around the NFL Gather in Kansas City for the 49th Annual 101 Awards

The 49th annual 101 Awards took place in downtown Kansas City on Saturday night, marking yet another memorable installment in the longest-running awards show dedicated to professional football in the country. Players, coaches, executives and media personalities from around the NFL were all in attendance to pay tribute to the league's top performers from last season.


Baseball Dream Lives In Kansas City

Royals reclamation projects Zimmer, Starling refuse to abandon the dream

GLENDALE, Ariz. - Kyle Zimmer remembers the feeling of failure and frustration that washed over him while standing on the mound in spring training, his fastball topping out at 82 mph and his arm feeling as if it was flying to home plate right along with the ball.


And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I wish chicks would wear mini skirts and thigh high hose and no panties covering their hairy pussies.

Anonymous said...

^^I wish they would lock up your pervy ass instead of working your kinks out here in public. Stay private goon. You need help!! Ewwww!