This morning we're inspired by hottie Angela and her pr0n life cheerleading as we contemplate pop culture, community news and top headlines . . .
Setting Kansas City's Agenda
It's first day of class for most of our area universities. The University of Missouri-Kansas City, University of Kansas, University of Missouri-Columbia and Kansas State University are all beginning in-person instruction this week. Many students, though, are now finding that after moving into their dorms all of their classes have shifted online.
Kansas City Fights For Justice
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - We've told you about how murders are hard to solve without good leads from witnesses. But the murder of Louis Davis Jr. last month that police think was an attempted robbery has yielded not a single tip. Nothing. "He was a soft-spoken person," Louis Davis Jr.'s brother Reggie Davis said.
Golden Ghetto Falls Down
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - The City of Overland Park has announced the cancellation of their annual Fall Festival. The festival was slated to take place during the final weekend of September, but the city decided to cancel the event to limit the spread of COVID-19. "Public health and safety are a priority for the city.
Actress Pioneers Pr0n Game
Over the past five years, women have increasingly stepped into the roles men have historically held within the adult industry. Not only are women generating more content, assuming the positions of director, producer and star, they're also experiencing longer careers as self-invested entrepreneurs profiting from today's internet-based business model.
High Praise For Prez Trump
WASHINGTON -- The first night of the virtual Republican National Convention featured more than a dozen speakers. And while the GOP had fewer celebrities and fun backdrops than Democrats had last week, the evening technically went off without a hitch. Trump himself only appeared on camera twice over the course of the night.
American Flashpoint 2.0
Buildings and cars in Kenosha, Wisconsin, were set ablaze Monday night amid protests reignited by the police shooting of 29-year-old Jacob Blake.
COVID Hits Home
While nationwide surge may be slowing, officials warn of troubling Covid-19 signs across US heartland
New Covid-19 cases in the US may be on the decline but some officials across the country's heartland reported worrisome news this week.
Politico Power Play Awaits
WASHINGTON - Diplomats who are barred by law from mixing work and politics say they're appalled by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's decision to address the Republican National Convention on Tuesday, breaking with long-standing traditions aimed at isolating American's foreign policy from partisan battles at home.
Reporting American Revival
A young woman who was declared dead at her suburban Detroit home opened her eyes at a funeral home as she was about to be embalmed, a lawyer has said. "They would have begun draining her blood to be very, very frank about it," Geoffrey Fieger told WXYZ-TV.
KC Good Cause Cleanup
The Whole Person is looking for volunteers to help clean up yards for people with disabilities."Often people with disabilities have difficulty in keeping up with their yard work and often they might be in a situation that the city is about to give them a fine," said Terri Goddard, of The Whole Person.The event is usually done twice a year, but with the pandemic, the spring cleanup was canceled.The Whole Person is hoping for 300 to 400 volunteers to help clean up homes."This year we've had 45 houses register to be a part of the event.
Lost & Found Justice
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - It's a happy ending to a story many thought wouldn't have one. A young man traveling through Kansas City to college had his one-of-a-kind quilt stolen earlier this month. Hundreds of police patches cover the quilt, and thanks to a few kind Kansas Citians, it's on its way back to him [...]
Kansas City Double Take Heat
Another hot and humid one is on the way for your Tuesday. Mostly sunny skies and high temperatures near 95..
Glass Animals - Heat Waves is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .