Kansas City Sunday Night News Link Stand

As always, we want to finish the day on an uplifting note and so we contemplate the newsworthy fashion legacy of hottie Lais as we share pop culture, community news and top headlines.

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Kansas City Work Out Report

Kansas City workers demand more from employers in tight market

Job seekers were outnumbered by businesses looking to hire at a job fair Thursday at Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City. More than 40 hotels, casinos, suppliers and restaurants were looking for employees. When Cathy Cowan walked into a downtown Kansas City job fair on Thursday, she was shocked to find Municipal Auditorium nearly empty of candidates.

History Crumbles In The Dotte

Sauer Castle in KCK sustains more damage following round of storms

KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) - Stormy weather damaged one of Wyandotte County's most notable landmarks: Sauer Castle. Neighbors heard a loud noise around 6 p.m. on Saturday evening, and were shocked and saddened to see damage to the historic home's front porch. "I heard a big ol' crash like something just fell," neighbor Terrie Matz said.

KC Second Chance Life Lesson

Abandoned Marlborough School gets investor(s) and new hope

has invested $250,000 into the purchase of the Marlborough School in collaboration with the Marlborough Community Land Trust (MCLT) and Marlborough Community Coalition (MCC). The school, located near 75th & Troost, was purchased from Exact Partners LLC which bought the property from Kansas City Public Schools in 2017.

Hotness Saves The Planet

Victoria's Secret Angel Lais Ribeiro Goes Trekking In Rwanda, Shares Important Message

Victoria's Secret Angel Lais Ribeiro has been spending time in Rwanda immersing herself in the breathtaking local scenery and is eager to share the experience on social media. The 30-year-old supermodel, who is vacationing in East Africa with a group of friends, took to Instagram on June 3 to post a series of gorgeous photos taken at the Volcanoes National Park in the north-western part of the country.


U.S. forces launch 'defensive' airstrikes against Iran-backed militias

U.S. military forces carried out what a Pentagon official called "defensive" airstrikes in Iraq and Syria on Sunday against Iran-backed militia groups that were behind drone attacks on American personnel. Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby said in a statement that the airstrikes targeted operational and weapons storage facilities at two locations in Syria and one in Iraq.

Debating Former Prez Trump

Bill Barr Reveals Details of Fight With Trump Over Election Fraud Claims: "It Was All Bullsh*t"

Former Attorney General Bill Barr is working hard at reputation damage control and is now opening up about his fights with former President Donald Trump near the end of his presidency. In a series of interviews with ABC's Jonathan Karl, Barr said he suspected that Trump's claims of election fraud were "bullshit" from the start.

AOC Against Democratic Party

AOC slams Kyrsten Sinema's filibuster 'defeatism': 'Our job is to help people'

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., is taking aim at a fellow Democrat's opposition to scrapping the Senate's legislative filibuster, which the GOP is using to stymie President Joe Biden and congressional Democrats from passing much of their agenda.

Rock Out

Former Skid Row singer Johnny Solinger dies

Former Skid Row singer Johnny Solinger has died, according to a post on the Official Skid Row Instagram page. He was 55.

El Papa Celebrates Pride

Pope Francis praises priest's work with LGBTQ Catholics in letter

A Jesuit priest who ministers to LGBTQ Catholics tweeted a letter from Pope Francis praising his work on Sunday. Why it matters: The letter was delivered the same week the Vatican protested a proposed Italian law that would criminalize hate speech against the LGBTQ community, continuing a pattern of mixed signals from the Church.

Off Season Moves Forward

What we learned about the Chiefs this week

As the week began, John Dixon gave his third prediction of which players the Kansas City Chiefs Then we noted how the Chiefs quarterback's belief that the team's offense could be substantially better this season was being received across the league.

Kansas City Fun & Games

Olympians with KC connections to watch for at the 2021 Tokyo games

After an additional year of training after the postponement of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, athletes are back at it, with the U.S. Olympic trials in full swing. The trials will continue through this weekend, concluding with men's and women's gymnastics in St. Louis.

Sunday Humidity Aftermath

Your Storm Track 5 Daily Forecast

Scattered light to moderate showers are still possible this afternoon and evening with a better chance of rain overnight into early Monday. Monday morning will feature showers and a few rumbles of thunder, otherwise a mild start as for temperatures.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now. We hope to see you back again sometime on Monday.