Despite enduring hard times this week, tonight once again we're inspired by the hotness of angel Candice as we take a peek at pop culture, community news and top headlines to share with our most faithful readers who bless us with clicks and clever comments.
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Kansas City Faith Based Head Check
The Rev. Carla Aday and Rabbi David Glickman have this in common: They recognize they're not qualified to provide professional mental health counseling to members of their congregations. Aday, pastor of Country Club Christian Church, puts it this way: "All of our clergy receive requests for personal, family and spiritual guidance, and while we are well equipped to offer education, pastoral support and spiritual insight, we are not trained mental health professionals.
Nobody Is Irreplaceable
by: Juan Cisneros Posted: / Updated: OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - A spokesperson from LaMar's Donuts said the Overland Park location that was closed on Saturday after the employees quit says it was reopened Sunday. Ron King with LaMar's Donuts corporate office said a crew was flown in Saturday night from Denver, Colorado to staff the store and it reopened at 4 a.m.
KCPD Rescue Report!!!
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - UPDATE, 2:51 p.m. | Saniya has been found and is safe, according to KCPD. EARLIER | The Kansas City, Missouri, Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating a missing girl and a man.
Even Angels Endured Suffering
Bridget Malcolm is continuing to expose the toxic culture she claims she experienced working as a Victoria's Secret model. The Australian model walked the runway for the massive fashion company from 2015 to 2016 before the brand cut ties with her.
Right Wing Border Outrage Cont'd
Due process sometimes seems like a foreign concept to the Biden administration, particularly when it comes to how it deals with the crisis at the border. This bedrock legal principle - so important that it appears twice in the U.S.
Big Money Decision Ahead
Debate on a bipartisan infrastructure bill will begin in the House on Monday and go to the floor for a vote three days later, Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Sunday. In a letter to House Democrats, Pelosi, D-Calif., said the vote will come the same day the country's surface transportation act - which authorizes spending on highways, bridges and other infrastructure projects - expires.
Political Trash Talk
Ana Navarro slams Donald Trump Jr. after his dig about obesity: 'Your dad is a phone call away... assuming he answers your calls'
Ana Navarro is fighting back against Donald Trump Jr. after he made a dig about obesity at her expense. Navarro, 49, initially tested positive for COVID-19 alongside co-host Sunny Hostin while filming Friday's episode of The View. The TV personality has since learned through subsequent tests that the result was a false positive, and has continued to test negative for the virus.
Poetic Justice After Rejection
KHLOE Kardashian posted a quote about a 'shattered heart' following her ban from the Met Gala for not being famous enough. The 37-year-old took the news pretty hard as her mother and sisters strutted the red carpet for the prestigious event without her.
At Least Royals Won Today
Kris Bubic made his 29th Major League start on Sunday and it was the best of his young career. The 24-year old lefty tossed seven shutout innings in a 2-1 win over the Tigers to take the series. It was the first time in his MLB career he had tossed as many as seven shutout innings in a start.
Kansas City Copes With Adversity
Not many people had the Chiefs being 1-2 after three weeks, but here we are. With the crushing 30-24 loss to the division-rival Los Angeles Chargers, the Chiefs find themselves looking up at everyone in the division for the first time since Week 6 of the 2015 season.
Colorful Creative Spotlight
Restoration Emporium is making sure everyone in the art industry has the same opportunity and space to display their work. President of RE: brands, Crysalyn Huff, says the decision to showcase the works of diverse artists in her business, especially minorities, was prompted by a life experience.
Kansas City Weather This Week
We're welcoming summer back to town for the next few days. Unseasonably warm temperatures today, along with gusty south winds and plenty of sunshine will highlight the afternoon hours. Winds will be between 10-15 miles per hour with some gusts over 30 miles per hour, so make sure your tailgate tent is securely anchored down if you're headed to Arrowhead.
As always, we thank readers for checking us out Sunday and throughout the week. Hopefully, we'll have more for the morning update. STAY TUNED!!!