For the late night we share just a bit of heartwarming local news and a welcomed sign that some very nice Kansas City denizens are looking out for their neighbors and helping victims of one disaster after the next.

Local Bar Backing

Gastropub owner collects items for families displaced by Waldo Heights fire

When the people who run Waldo's District Pour House and Kitchen saw the damage in their neighborhood and heard about families affected by the fire, they said they knew they had to do something.The gastropub's owner, Dan McCall, transformed his basement into a donation center for people in need.

Internets Ask 

Roommates lost everything in Waldo Heights Apartment fire

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Brianna Taylor-Hinds was on the phone with friends when she smelled an odor resembling smoke. The 22-year-old got up from her couch, opened her door and looked out into the hallways. That's when she decided to grab her shoes and coat.

Inferno Doggie Lost & Found

Women who jumped from third story to escape fire are reunited with missing dog

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- At one point it seemed as if Maria Gonzales and Miranda Davidson had lost everything. That changed when two Kansas City Police officers found their dog alive and unhurt eight hours after the women escaped from the raging fire by jumping from a third-floor balcony.

And so . . .

This quick glmipse at the bright side of cowtown humanity offers us inspiration for the late night. Hopefully, we'll have more for the morning update . . . STAY TUNED!!!