Kansas City Lunch Hour News Serving

We start our nooner blast with a bit of educational and entrepreneurial feminist inspiration from hottie Lindsey as she hypes her latest photo set with this tag: 

"They say a woman's place is in the kitchen...So I bought the whole house to make a point."

Accordingly, this inspires our peek at pop culture, community news and top headlines.

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Celebrate Crusty Payout

Kansas City pizza shop receives huge overnight order from Amazon in Lenexa

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - We are all used to ordering our favorite items from Amazon, but on Employee Appreciation Day, the company is flipping the script. The warehouse in Lenexa, Kansas put in a massive order for 243 large pizzas overnight to serve to nearly 1,000 meals.

Disappearance Case Bombshell

Cassidy Rainwater case: 2 explosive devices found on suspect's property

The Cassidy Rainwater mystery now involves homemade bombs. A new report released by the Springfield Fire Department reveals two devices with tripwires were found at the property of suspect James Phelps. The report states that the devices were made out of mortar tubes as well as balloons and coiled fuses.

Kansas City Tribute Endures

KCFD marks six-year anniversary of Leggio, Mesh deaths in line of duty

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - It has been six years since Kansas City, Missouri, firefighters Larry Leggio and John Mesh died battling a blaze intentionally set inside a nail salon in the 2600 block of Independence Avenue. Leggio, a 17-year KCFD veteran, and Mesh, a 13-year veteran with the department, were killed when the side of the building collapsed on Oct.

Show-Me Dead-Tree Comeback

New owners seek to revive Missouri newspapers sold by Gannett: 'You have got to have local news'

When media giant Gannett wanted to sell the Lake Sun-Leader, a community newspaper with a 120-year history, Trevor Vernon decided it would fit in well with his family's other publications. Vernon Communications owns the Eldon Advertiser, the Hermitage Index and the Tipton Times. "It makes sense," Vernon said.

Rock Chalk Freedom Awaits

For November election in Kansas, today is the last day to register to vote

Today is an important deadline for Kansas voters. It's your last day to register to vote ahead of the November election.Even though the clock's winding down, it doesn't take much time to sign up.It's super easy to register to vote.

Cowtown Selling Season Slumps

Kansas City real estate market cools-off after six-month spike

It will surprise no one that the last year has shaken the housing market. But, at least in Kansas City, the market may have done exactly the opposite of what you would expect.

Hottie Gets REAL

Playboy star Lindsey Pelas flaunts real bikini body in unedited snaps

Model and Playboy beauty Lindsey Pelas is known for her glam bikini snaps. However, the social media influencer, who boasts 8.4million Instagram followers, revealed her real bikini body in her new snaps. The 30-year-old US stunner was seen posing in a tiny back bikini in unedited and unfiltered photos.

Prez Biden Legacy On The Run

Interpreter who helped rescue Biden in 2008 snowstorm flees Afghanistan

An Afghan interpreter who helped rescue Joe Biden after his helicopter made an emergency landing during a snowstorm in 2008, when he was a senator, has escaped Afghanistan with his family.

MAGA Fights To Keep Secrets

Trump's use of executive privilege will test congressional power to enforce subpoenas

WASHINGTON - The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol is exploring ways to enforce its subpoenas after former President Donald Trump asserted executive privilege, an attempt to keep documents from his time in office from being turned over. But under current law, lawmakers have few options.

Beltway Name Game Cont'd

Schiff calls House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy an 'insurrectionist in a suit and tie'

Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff on Tuesday referred to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy as an "insurrectionist in a suit and tie," as he slammed the House Republican leader for having "absolutely no reverence for the truth."

MAGA Allies Abound

Grassley's embrace of Trump shakes GOP landscape

Grassley, 88, has worked carefully over his four decades in the Senate to cultivate a reputation as a politician completely in step with Iowans who cherish family values, hard work, ethical behavior and integrity. A few months ago, Grassley criticized Trump for refusing to accept the results of the 2020 election, accusing him of "poor leadership" and "extreme, aggressive and irresponsible" language.


U.S. sees biggest revenue surge in 44 years despite pandemic

"They are just booming," said Mark Booth, a former top revenue forecaster at the agency. "It is very unusual." Though Democrats are hammering the rich for not paying their fair share in taxes, the increase is being driven by levies primarily paid by the well-to-do. For example, corporate tax receipts leapt 75 percent, CBO says.

Fear Sinking Feeling

Our underwater future: What sea level rise will look like around the globe

Roughly 50 major coastal cities will need to implement "unprecedented" adaptation measures to prevent rising seas from swallowing their most populated areas, a new study shows.

Speaker Confronts Angry Anti-Vaxxers

Pelosi's trip to Rome was disrupted by violent anti-vaccine mandate protests

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi nearly crossed paths with thousands of people protesting vaccine mandates in Italy this weekend. Pelosi, who was in Rome for a meeting with foreign leaders, was attending Mass in the city at St. Patrick's Church.

Game Show Drama For Realz

Netflix's 'Squid Game' creator says Donald Trump's election helped inspire him to finally make the hit show

The creator of "Squid Game," the immensely popular international hit for Netflix, revealed how the financial crisis over the past decade as well as the election of Donald Trump inspired him to make the show. "Squid Game" follows 456 people who are all in dire financial situations.

Mum Outraged Over TSA Squeeze

Shawn Johnson says she was 'groped and yelled at' by TSA agent while traveling with breast milk

Shawn Johnson is speaking out about a bad experience that she had during a routine security check at the airport when a Transportation Security Administration agent allegedly stopped the former gymnast for having breast milk with her.

No Jokes About Juice?!?

Nicole Brown's sister calls out Kim Kardashian over OJ Simpson jokes

Kim Kardashian hosted Saturday Night Live and roasted her sex tape, OJ Simpson, her sisters, her mom's boyfriend, Caitlyn Jenner and Kanye West Kim's father Robert Kardashian famously got his friend and client Simpson acquitted of Nicole Brown's murder in 1994, after she was stabbed to death The reality star

Kangroo History Endures

Corinthian Hall: Back to Her Former Glory - In Kansas City

The Kansas City Museum has had some work done. Oh, you know, they all do, at a certain age. But this is more than a facelift-this is $22 million worth of work by JE Dunn and International Architects Atelier. After years of restoration and renovation, Corinthian Hall, the centerpiece of the Kansas City Museum, will...

Mayor Q Talks Northeast

205: Mayor Lucas on the Kansas City Museum

On this week's episode of the Northeast Newscast, Publisher Michael Bushnell sits down with Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas to discuss the Kansas City Museum, which is set to reopen to the public following an extensive multi-million dollar renovation on October 21.

Sunflower State Stroll Helps Po'Folk

Man walks across Kansas to raise awareness of Kansas City, KS nonprofit

LINWOOD, KS (KCTV) --An Overland Park man is walking across Kansas to draw attention to a Kansas City, Kansas-based nonprofit organization, Unbound, dedicated to helping people living in poverty around the world. We caught up with Jake Hentzen near Linwood, Kansas, About 418 miles into his journey-with about another 30 to go.

Golden Ghetto Poke Out

Endangered tortoise found on Olathe trail

by: Juan Cisneros Posted: / Updated: OLATHE, Kan. - The Olathe Animal Care and Control department received a call from a local resident on August 31 saying she saw a strange critter near Water Works Park. After investigating, it was determined that it was an endangered species of tortoise, not native to Kansas.

Erin Shares Cold Weather Forecast

Your Storm Track 5 Daily Forecast

Jackets handy to begin our Tuesday KC! We will start the day chilly but warm quickly with mostly sunny skies and highs near 76. We are tracking our next chance for storms late tonight into Wednesday morning. There is a 70% chance for rain early Wednesday morning.

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