This evening we notice the pr0n community is rallying around one of their most popular websites as we take a peek at pop culture, community news and top headlines.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives expects to release a preliminary report into the Waldo Heights apartment fire this week.The fire last Monday destroyed the building near 80th Terrace and Troost Avenue.Three people were hurt and 30 families were displaced.The ATF's national response team was called in to help investigate the cause of the fire.Authorities said they have wrapped up the on-site investigation.
Show-Me GOP Divided
Rep. Wagner won't support Hawley's challenge of elections results, says it could 'irreparably damage' government
ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. (KMOV.com) -- Following Missouri Senator Josh Hawley's public vow to challenge the outcome of the 2020 presidential election, Missouri Representative Ann Wagner released a statement saying she does not believe it's Congress' position to do so.
Kansas Guv Seyz SLOW Okay
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Gov. Laura Kelly says she's "very comfortable" with how Kansas is distributing the COVID-19 vaccines despite U.S. government data showing that its inoculation rate is the lowest of any state in the nation. The governor argued Monday that Kansas likely has a more efficient distribution system than other states and is getting vaccine doses more quickly to more communities.
Pr0n Takedown Redux
On Tuesday, December 8th, porn-hosting giant Pornhub removed 10 million videos from its platform. The reason for the massive scrub was the result of the company's recognition that sex traffickers had used the site to post videos of rape, sexual assault, and child abuse.
None Too Proud
Proud Boys leader arrested for destruction of property ahead of DC protests against election results
Proud Boys chairman Enrique Tarrio was arrested Monday afternoon in Washington, D.C., shortly after landing in the nation's capital to attend rallies protesting President Donald Trump's loss in November's election. Tarrio, 36, was on a phone call with a USA Today reporter when the call was interrupted by loud sirens.
Another End Of An Era
"It's her job, frankly, to help us with that transition, to help us create a succession plan. I don't want it to be the kind of thing where people are afraid to voice it, because, 'The speaker's still in power, and I don't want to intrude on her,'" said Rep.
Boris Crackdown Starts
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson imposes national lockdown on England to combat new Covid variant
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said England is adopting a national lockdown that he hopes will be tough enough to contain a new, highly contagious variant of Covid-19. People can only leave their homes to shop for essentials, work if they can't from home, exercise, go to the doctor's and escape domestic abuse, he said in an announcement Monday evening.
The oblong form sailed through the sky before crashing into the sea. Remember how we had "alien invasion" on our 2020 bingo card? Well, we might just be able to check off that box. On Dec. 29, at roughly 8:30 p.m.
Her agent says earlier reports of the actress' death were wrong, but she is in a serious condition.
Ren Fest Redux
Hear ye! Hear ye! The Kansas City Renaissance Festival has announced dates for its 2021 season. This next year is expected to be all the bigger because the festival was forced to cancel its 2020 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The acclaimed host's final week of shows air this week DENVER - Fans of "Jeopardy!" will get to see the final episodes hosted by Alex Trebek this week. The acclaimed game show host died Nov. 8 after battling pancreatic cancer. Trebek hosted the popular show for 37 seasons, taping his last episodes Oct.
2021 Fog Cont’d
37 IN BUTLER. THE HOUR-BY-HOUR FORECAST HAS THAT FOG STARTED DRIFTING. THE WINDS ARE NOT THAT STRONG. WEST AT ABOUT FIVE MILES PER HOUR. HERE'S IS WHERE YOU HAVE SOME ISSUES. 29 DEGREES BY 10:00, COLDER BY MIDNIGHT. THAT IS WHEN YOU HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT FREEZING FOG.
This is the OPEN THREAD for tonight. Keep going for more local links . . .Latest Pandemic Appointment Dates Offered
The Jackson County Health Department has announced new COVID-19 testing sites and locations. The below sites will cover the week of January 11-15. Monday Jan. 11: Lee's Summit Tuesday Jan. 12: Grandview Wednesday Jan. 13: Blue Springs Thursday Jan. 14: Lee's Summit Friday Jan.
Drawing Local Data
The Community Blood Center of Greater Kansas City is now testing all blood donations for coronavirus antibodies. If a donor's blood has those antibodies, the plasma from that blood may be used for what's called convalescent plasma, which doctors believe may help hospitalized COVID-19 patients recover from the virus.The center is testing all donations that come in at any of its seven donation centers, or at select CBC blood drives now through Jan.
KC Plague & Counting
Kansas City continues to grapple COVID-19 outbreak, as case counts increase on both sides of the state line and throughout the country. Here's an in-depth look at the latest numbers, other important coronavirus data ad restrictions currently impacting the metro area.What's New: Week of Jan.
Local Management Lesson
Data from the Kansas Department of Education show a loss of more than 22,000 students this year, but school districts still added 46 more managers while reducing total employment by 617 positions. Managers include superintendents, assistant superintendents, principals, assistant principals, directors, instruction coordinators, and curriculum specialists.
Pandemic Teachable Moment
A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention group is advising that teachers should be some of the next individuals getting the COVID-19 vaccines.Above video: Teachers call out to Florida governor as worry grows with school set to startThe advisory committee is putting teachers in the "frontline essential workers" category.Wendy Doromal
Community COVID Life Lesson
GROUP'S CAMPAIGN. BIANCA: PHYSICIANS WITH THE BLACK HEALTHCARE COALITION SAY THERE ARE A NUMBER OF CHALLENGES IN BUILDING TRUST AMONG BLACK COMMUNITIES, INCLUDING A HISTORY OF EXPLOITATION AND BARRIERS IN ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE WITH COVID-19 CAUSING HIGHER RATES OF HOSPITALIZATION A DEATH AMONG BLACK COMMUNITIES, THEY ARE LAUNCHING A CAMPAIGN TO ANSWER QUESTIONS ABOUT THE SCIENCE AND SAFETY OF VACCINES.
In Praise Of Running Game
As the 2020 NFL regular season came to a close, the Kansas City Chiefs' loss to the Los Angeles Chargers was all about depth. While the game may have resulted in an unfavorable outcome, several players were able to make statements with their play. Running back Darwin Thompson was one of them.
Kansas City Coach Confronts Demanding Post-Season
Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy was expected to be a hot head coaching candidate this offseason and things are going according to form. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the Jets have requested an interview with Bieniemy. He is set to interview with the Falcons and Lions on Monday.
Artsy Doggie Mystery Unveiled
Here at Flatland, our curiousKC team encourages readers to question everything. From all-but-forgotten Civil War stories, to the funds that it would take to fill Kansas City potholes, we do our best to find the answers.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City's new National Women's Soccer League team continues to prepare for its inaugural season. The club recently signed two Kansas City area natives to the team - Sydney Miramontez from Lenexa and Jaycie Johnson from Lee's Summit. "It's very surreal.
Better Community Biz Reporting Debuts
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City, Missouri, entrepreneur Patricia Mitchell is launching a magazine called All Black Everything to help struggling Black businesses and be a community voice for the Black Lives Matter Movement, the arts, entertainment and health. Black-owned businesses, according to Mitchell, are "failing at an alarming rate" compared to other businesses.
Jackson County Tribute Cont’d
'It was paralyzing:' Friends, family honor Jackson Co. assistant prosecuting attorney who died from COVID-19
INDEPENDENCE, KS (KCTV) -- Employees at the Jackson County Prosecutor's Office are mourning the loss of a friend and colleague, JoEllen Engelbart, who died from COVID-19 complications over the weekend. Engelbart gave birth to a boy, Ross Matthew, through a cesarean delivery last week before passing away.
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