Kansas City Tuesday News Look

Right now we share a peek at hottie Lindsey and her recent news parody promo work whilst checking pop culture, community news and top headlines.

Take a look . . .

Urban Core Turnaround

How One Kansas City Neighborhood Is Transforming Its Dangerous And Abandoned Buildings

On a corner in Kansas City, Missouri's historic northeast neighborhood stands a two-story home painted a hue of brick red and dark beige. Crisp, white paint outlines every darkened window. The back porch is painted white, the fencing accented in gold. It didn't always look like this.

Stimmy FAILS Biz Everywhere

Kansas City minority-owned businesses struggle to receive PPP loans

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Minority-owned businesses in Kansas City had a harder time than their white counterparts applying for and receiving federal Paycheck Protection loans, a program set up to help small businesses continue paying employees during the pandemic.

More Deets On New Downtown Tribute

Kansas City's Downtown Airport Terminal Renamed For Tuskegee Airman Who Once Managed It

The general aviation terminal at Kansas City's downtown airport has a new name, in honor of a Tuskegee Airman with connections to the area. The terminal's new namesake, 101-year-old Air Force Brig. Gen. Charles McGee, attended the ceremony with friends and family, elected and military officials, and members of the Heart of America chapter of the Tuskegee Airmen.

EPIC Cleanup Still Underway

Excelsior Springs resident says recent damage to home worse than in flood of 1993

EXCELSIOR SPRINGS, MO (KCTV) - Some people in Excelsior Springs are still cleaning up from Friday's flooding. A bridge over the Fishing River downtown remains closed, with concrete barriers up, even though the water has receded. The area is prone to flooding, but this time it was a one-two punch.

Kansas Lady Health Testimony

Faced with preventable pain or 'barbaric' surgery, Kansas woman picks less common route

OVERLAND PARK (KSNT) - Cindy Haden, a 49-year-old from Overland Park, is a self-described health fanatic. Haden battled against any predisposition to health concerns through a clean diet and frequent exercise. She began experiencing pain in her abdomen between 35 and 40 years old. Doctors suspected a variety of issues, including IBS, gall stones, kidney [...]

Show-Me COVID Redux

Missouri sends more than 100 state employees home after co-workers test positive for COVID-19

by: Heidi Schmidt Posted: / Updated: JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - More than a hundred state employees who work inside the Truman Building in Jefferson City were sent home Monday after 15 workers tested positive for COVID-19. "Due to this concentration of positive test results, over one hundred employees in this area and the close contacts of the infected employees were offered COVID-19 testing.

KCK History Crumbles

Historic Sauer Castle continues fall into disrepair, upsetting neighbors, historians

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Neighbors near a Kansas City, Kansas historic landmark say they've had enough. This weekend, the Sauer Castle suffered more damage from recent weather and history suggests the castle's owner won't repair the broken pieces. Wyandotte County historians, including Diane Euston, are angry about the condition of the 150-year-old structure.

Hottie Fights For Free Speech

Influencer Lindsey Pelas Talks Reality TV, Standing Up For Women, And Investing In Sugar Taco - Exclusive Interview

You might know Lindsey Pelas as a model and social media influencer, but she's so much more than that. In 2019, Pelas became a reality TV star when she appeared on the first season of The Hills: New Beginnings when she was dating Justin Bobby, and she hosts the podcast Eyes Up Here, which, as of this writing, is about to enter its third season.

Former Prez Trump Locked Up?!?!

Trump in financial and political danger as company faces possible criminal charges

Donald Trump is facing a potentially crippling financial and political blow as state prosecutors consider filing criminal charges against his family business this week. Prosecutors in New York could soon bring an indictment against the Trump Organization related to the taxation of lucrative perks that it gave to top executives, such as use of apartments, cars and school tuition.

Speaker Sets Political Trap

How Nancy Pelosi hopes to back Joe Manchin into a corner

President Joe Biden and a bipartisan group of 10 senators were all smiles Thursday when they announced they'd struck a deal on a framework for an infrastructure bill. But since then, leaders and ideological factions in both parties have engaged in intense political gamesmanship, with everyone trying to get the upper hand to shape the legislative agenda to their liking - or to scuttle it altogether.

Sky Falling Push Back

Outrage after CNN, Granholm suggest climate change could have role in Surfside building collapse: 'Ghoulish'

CNN and Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm were ripped by viewers on Tuesday for suggesting that climate change could have played a factor in the tragic building collapse in Surfside, Florida. At least 11 people were killed and over 150 are missing in the aftermath of the collapse of the Surfside beachfront condo.

K-Fed Speaks Up For Brit

Kevin Federline Wants Britney Spears to Be 'Healthy and Happy,' Says Lawyer: 'The Kids Love Their Mother'

"If [ending the conservatorship] is what's best for her, Kevin supports it," Federline's attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan tells PEOPLE as he shares that Jamie's "relationship with the boys can be restored" Kevin Federline wishes nothing but the best for the mother of his children.


Nice Buns: Gourmet Cinnamon Roll Delivery (With a Clever Name) Hits KC - In Kansas City

Amanda Loflin says 2020 was one pandemic challenge after another. Because of Covid challenges coupled with the arrival of a newborn, Loflin needed a side hustle besides teaching a French class to her students. "I needed something more to focus on," she says. "This December I was deep into cardio on my Peloton bike and I...

Cowtown Upscale Takeout Offered

How restaurant fatigue, staffing shortages pushed one KC chef to reinvent 'to-go' as high-end eats at home

After working 57 days without a break, Bryan Sparks left his restaurant home this spring for a new venture - one that allowed him to create on his own terms as an entrepreneur with a family, as well as redefine "to go" options to match changing consumer trends amid historic restaurant challenges.

Troops & Tribute

Crew from USS Kansas City to raise flag at Union Station

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Crew members from the USS Kansas City will be at Union Station Thursday to help raise the flag outside the Kansas City landmark. The flag raising is part of the resumption of the tradition of , which was put on pause during the coronavirus pandemic.

Real Life Football Hero Remembered

Signs now honor Chief's Joe Delaney with memorial highway 38 years after his death

by: Heidi Schmidt Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Thousands of Chiefs fans will be reminded of Joe Delaney every time they drive to and from Arrowhead Stadium. Crews with the Missouri Department of Transportation added two signs along a two-mile stretch of I-435 Tuesday, 38 years after his death.

Locals Flying High This Weekend

KC Air Show offers chance to ride in B-17 bomber this weekend

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Vintage airplane enthusiasts have a chance to ride aboard a Boeing B-17G, also known as a Flying Fortress, later this week in south Johnson County, Kansas. The "Yankee Lady," a World War II-era heavy bomber that primarily was used for daytime runs targeting German fortifications in Europe, will be at New Century AirCenter to take part in the 2021 KC Air Show.

Baseball Vaxx Chance Coming Up

Royals' 'Vaccinate at the Plate' event to take place Wednesday

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Royals' mass vaccination event is taking place on Wednesday. The event is called "Vaccinate at the Plate," and all Major League Baseball teams will host similar events throughout the summer. Price Chopper and Blue KC will partner with the team for the event.

Sinking Feeling In The Dotte

Sinkhole opens up in KCK's Armourdale neighborhood after days of rain

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - The ground opened up in one Kansas City, Kansas neighborhood recently, but it's not the first time. After days of showers, neighbors are now dealing with a sinkhole. It happened near the intersection of Miami Avenue and South Baltimore Street in the Armourdale neighborhood.

Tuesday Rains Down

Clusters of rain and thunderstorms still possible Tuesday


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