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Recently, we noticed hottie Lindsey complaints of social media stifling her creativityAccordingly, we share a PERSPECTIVE on her suffering along with pop culture, community news and top headlines.

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Kansas City Tech Guide Debuts

Literacy KC Adventure app offers guided tours to Black history markers in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, MO - All this month, 41 Action News has observed Black History Month , with stories encouraging viewers to learn more about some of the impactful people and places in Kansas City. Now, Literacy KC has developed an smartphone app to take people on guided tours of some of those locations.

Golden Ghetto Street Fight

Overland Park residents grow frustrated with road treatment as city considers another round

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - There's a controversy brewing in Overland Park over how the city paves its streets. Some residents say the material used is dangerous to cars and people. The 2,000 lane miles in Overland Park are covered with chip seal. It was put down in 2014, and when news broke that the city [...]

Vaxx Lesson Plan Underway

North Kansas City, other districts, already have vaccination plans

After a big announcement from Missouri Gov. Mike Parson on Thursday, starting on March 15, Missouri teachers may get in line for their COVID-19 vaccinations. Many school districts in the state, like the North Kansas City School District, already have plans in place.Officials said the North Kansas City School District will begin vaccinating its 3,600 school employees as close to that March 15 date as possible, thanks to its comprehensive vaccination plan.

Scantily Clad Hottie Stands For Freedom Of Expression

Lindsey Pelas Flashes Sideboob & Booty In Lace Lingerie

Many of Lindsey's 8.6 million-plus followers didn't waste any time showing their love and support for the steamy snap. The photo garnered more than 62,000 likes within the first 16 hours after it was published to her account. Her admirers also flocked to the comments section to leave over 870 remarks about the shot during that time.


Democrats vow to punish firms that don't pay $15 minimum wage

Top Democrats are drafting new plans that would penalize big corporations that pay their employees less than $15 an hour after a Senate official ruled Thursday that the party could not include a wage increase in its $1.9 trillion stimulus bill. Democrats led by Sens.

Return Of The King?!?

The return of Donald Trump: CPAC puts the Republican 2024 presidential primary front and center

ORLANDO - Republican presidential hopefuls who once hoped to make their marks at a high-profile conservative political conference this weekend hit a last-minute roadblock. Donald Trump decided to show up. Trump's appearance Sunday at the Conservative Political Action Conference - his first speech since his norm-busting presidency ended on Jan.

GOP Boo Birds Against Masks

CPAC hosts booed for asking attendees to wear masks

"I know this might sound like a little bit of a downer, but we also believe in property rights, and this is a private hotel," Schneider said. "And we believe in the rule of law, so we need to comply with the laws of this county that we're in.

Threats To Democracy

Capitol attack groups want to 'blow up Capitol' during Biden speech, police warn

Militia groups involved in the 6 January insurrection want to stage another attack around Joe Biden's upcoming address to Congress, aiming to "blow up" the complex and kill lawmakers, the acting chief of the US Capitol police has warned.

Hip-Hop Prince Crowned

Prince Harry raps 'Fresh Prince,' says he didn't walk away

LONDON (AP) - Prince Harry, who decamped from England to Southern California last year, rapped the theme song to the 1990s sitcom "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" during a late-night talk show appearance in which he said he didn't walk away from his royal duties.

Meet News Boss

Sarah Morris Named New General Manager Of KCUR And Classical KC

Sarah Morris has been named general manager of KCUR 89.3 and 91.9 Classical KC following a national search to replace Nico Leone, who left in December 2019 to become the president and CEO of KERA in Dallas.

Kansas City Toy Train Propaganda Rolls Along

KC Streetcar to host Storytelling on the Streetcar: Celebrating Black Culture

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Friday is the KC Streetcar's third annual Black History Month celebration. It's all virtual beginning at 7 p.m. on the streetcar's YouTube and Facebook page. The event is set to include dance, poetry, music and guest speakers including Mayor Quinton Lucas.

Spring Starts Early???

Your Storm Track 5 Daily Forecast

Finally Friday! We will start off this last day of the week with more sunshine and finish with more clouds and a 20% chance for light rain or a sprinkle. Our high temperature today will be near 50. We will feel another spring push with temperatures back into the 60s for Saturday!

Jason Derulo - Take You Dancing is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.

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More Local Trash Talk

'Not our trash': Neighbors frustrated by trash piles linked to KCMO pet store

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Neighbors near 50th and Brooklyn in Kansas City, Missouri are frustrated with the amount of illegal dumping taking place in their community. "Is there words to describe frustration, there isn't, because we live here and we are not this and so we do not want to be labeled this, this is not our trash," Linda Brown, President of the Blue Hills Neighborhood Association, said.

Youngster Perishes In Blaze

Injuries reported in Blue Springs apartment fire

Officials with the Central Jackson County Fire Protection District said injuries have been reported - one potentially life-threatening - in an apartment fire off Northwest 3rd Street and Northwest Vesper Street in Blue Springs, Missouri.While age information on the injured individuals is not available, officials said a juvenile is among those injured.Refresh for updates on this breaking news.

JoCo Hypes J∓J

JCDHE optimistic Johnson & Johnson vaccine will increase local supply

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - The one-shot coronavirus vaccine made by Johnson & Johnson is expected to receive emergency use authorization by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Friday. Health officials in the Kansas City metro believe this will ultimately help with local supply.

Taste Good News & Bad Pun

Hostess Brands sees strong growth despite pandemic challenges - Kansas City Business Journal

Lenexa-based Hostess Brands Inc. overcame the pandemic's challenges last year, posting its 12th consecutive quarter of net revenue growth. "Rooted in our core values, our team rose to the occasion, and once again, delivered in an uncertain and changing environment brought on by Covid-19.

Golden Ghetto Hopes To Serve Comeback Afer COVID

Johnson County bar, restaurant owners relieved as closing time restrictions removed

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Johnson, Wyandotte and Jackson counties are removing closing time restrictions for bars, restaurants and taverns. Kansas City made the move to remove those early midnight curfews last week. Bar and restaurant owners, including Kevin Timmons, past president of the Greater Kansas City Restaurant Association, reached out to local leaders, saying they just wanted an [...]

Kansas Unplugs Solar Plan

KCC rejects Evergy's proposals on rates for solar users

TOPEKA, Kan. - The Kansas Corporation Commission on Thursday rejected two proposals from Evergy concerning rates paid to accommodate solar users. Instead, "it would be better policy to wait until Evergy's next general rate case to address the subsidization issue more holistically," said Brian Fedotin, general counsel for commission.

Cowtown Comeback

PBR rodeo returning to Kansas City's T-Mobile Center in March with 20% capacity

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Tickets go on sale Friday for the Big 12 Men's Basketball Tournament, and now we know what the next big sporting event will be at the venue. Professional Bull Riding is back in town for its Unleash the Beast series. Two shows are scheduled: 6:45 p.m.

KC Diverse Biz Celebrated

Pop-up to spotlight locally-owned businesses and women of color

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- A pop-up featuring local, women-owned businesses is rounding out Black History Month this weekend. The event will feature three Black women-owned businesses and will be hosted by the woman who runs the first Vietnamese coffee shop in Kansas City.

Kansas City Newsprint Tradition Endures

THE CALL still answers the need for advocacy in Kansas City

Over a century of storytelling. From struggles to success - trials and triumphs. Kansas City's "THE CALL" has been there to cover it all. THE CALL is one of two Black-owned newspapers in Kansas City. In 1919, Texas native Chester Arthur Franklin moved from Denver to Kansas City to start the paper and was in charge for over 40 years.

Kansas City, Kansas Stands Up 1st Responder

Community rallies around beloved Kansas City, Kansas, assistant fire chief

Becoming a Kansas City, Kansas, firefighter is one way Morris Letcher dedicated himself to giving back to the place where he was born and raised. Now, his community is rallying around him as he battles to overcome a series of medical problems.

Brew For Good Cause

Local brewery partners with Dream Factory to make special beer

We all know the wonderful work The Dream Factory does - making dreams come true for children struggling with critical or chronic illness.It's certainly a mission worthy of a toast.The folks at East Forty Brewing in Blue Springs have just the thing to fill your glass.They're collaborating with The Dream

Hope Springs Eternal

'We expect to be in the playoffs': Royals' Whit Merrifield ready to lead, planning to win

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Whit Merrifield is ready to take on a leadership role with the Kansas City Royals, and he made it clear Thursday he has expectations for the team going into the new season. "We expect to be in the playoffs, and we expect to be playing in the fall and get to [...]

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  1. Sarah Morris new GM of KCUR. That's definitely a picture of a Karen.

  2. If there was actual intelligence that there were any groups wanting to blow up the capitol then the FBI would be able to act against them and stop it. Exactly how would anyone plot to blow up the capitol anyway? They could not get a truck bomb next to it.

  3. Put some clothes on, Lindsey. You look trashy.

  4. I am assuming the new GM of KCUR is a transgender, Marxist Democrat posing with a scarf like Dr. Birx; the demented twin of Dr. Foulchi ?

  5. "KC Streetcar to host Storytelling on the Streetcar: Celebrating Black Culture"

    After they tell you a story of victimhood, the story tellers will mug and loot you on the street car to demonstrate celebrating black culture.


  6. I cannot overstate my admiration for the remarkable organization and efficiency displayed by the nearly 400 volunteers in the “Operation Safe” vaxx operation underway on the Cerner campus, adjacent to the NKC hospital.

    With COPD, Covid represents personal lethal threat, and the courteous, friendly staff made this appointment almost enjoyable. 18,000 arm sticks to date. Amazing. I will add a quick (non-political) thanks to President Trump for enabling industry gear up to enable the "fast track" production of these life saving injections.


    Watch CNN’s Jim Acosta Get Shredded For Kissing Gov Cuomo’s Ass For A Whole Year At CPAC 不不不不不不不不不不不不


  8. 122 that's no karen, Mazel Goldberg is closer.

    The street car thing sounds like another blm covid super spreader event.


  9. soo uber-lib KCUR's new boss is a lezzie..good..but not enough!

    protesters demanding they hire a black tranny..if not..KCUR is racist and homophobic!

  10. The only use for KCUR is as a cure for insomnia.

  11. ^Well unlike you then, at least they have a use.

    1. Weak. Poor Chimpy, clown-suited by everyone all day again. Lol

  12. 91.9 fm is great, no matter your politics.


    Q: What did the millionaire call his buxom house cleaner?

    A: The Maid of Honor!!!


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