Kansas City Saturday News Collection: Prez Loves Veep As War Looms

Right now we consider hottie Kim near a bed of roses whilst checking pop culture, community news and top headlines. 

Here's the TKC collection . . . 

KCPD Helps Victims Overnight 

Kansas City police standoff with woman; 2 evacuated from home by police

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) --- Police helped evacuate two individuals who were inside a home with a woman threatening to harm them and herself. Officers remain in a standoff with the woman, which began around 6:15 p.m. in the 10600 block of Skiles Avenue.

Kangaroos Suffer Winter Harsh Times

Flood over winter break drives about 150 UMKC students into new housing

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Another Life Lesson About Scarcity

School districts on both sides of the state line face shortage of substitute teachers

School districts on both sides of the state line are struggling to stay open. Olathe and Kansas City, Kansas, both closed Tuesday and Wednesday due to understaffing concerns, due to COVID-19 exposures, quarantines, and illnesses.

Sunflower State Divided

Kansas Senate redistricting panel approves final voting map

TOPEKA, Kan. - Kansas' Senate Redistricting Committee approved a final voting map on Thursday night. The Republican-drawn "Ad Astra" map has received pushback from Democrats and other activist groups. Opponents claim that it limits the voices of minorities and is politically-charged, targeting two close-knit counties that lean blue, Wyandotte and Johnson county.

Doe You Want A Taste?!?

Nearly 300,000 deer harvested during Missouri hunting season

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Deer-hunting season wrapped up Saturday in Missouri with nearly 300,000 animals harvested, according to preliminary information from the the Missouri Department of Conservation. There were 293,670 deer taken during deer-hunting season - including 143,049 antlered bucks, 26,559 button bucks and 124,022 does.

Curvy Fashions Debut

EXCL: Kim shows off beach bod in Caribbean during SKIMS photo-shoot

Kim Kardashian showed off her sensational figure on a Caribbean beach as she flaunted her figure for her latest photo-shoot this Friday. The 41-year-old reality TV bombshell was modeling a nude one-piece from her shapewear line SKIMS as she pranced along the waves breaking on the shore.


Biden goes over the top praising Kamala Harris: 'I love you'

President Biden Friday put on full display admiration for "partner" Vice President Kamala Harris claiming he could not imagine having anyone else serve by his side as questions about her performance grow. Biden's praise for Kamala came as the two of them delivered remarks at a virtual Democratic National Committee grassroots event on Friday.

MAGA Power Move Exposed

Trump draft executive order would have authorized National Guard to seize voting machines

A draft executive order prepared for former President Donald Trump and obtained Friday by Politico would have authorized the secretary of defense to send National Guard troops to seize voting machines around the country in the weeks following the 2020 election.

Joke Clowns Science

Bill Maher pushes back on Fauci: 'Don't sit there in your white coat and tell me "just do what we say"'

is pushing back against blindly following the advice of and other doctors amid the coronavirus pandemic, saying, "Don't sit there in your white coat and tell me 'just do what we say.'" "That's not a criticism of them like they're being corrupt, although there certainly is plenty of corruption in the medical establishment," the "Real Time" host said in an interview with Deadline published Friday, when asked if he believes Fauci, the nation's leading infectious disease doctor ,or the medical establishment "really know what they are doing."

Community Confronts Confusion

Split on Sinema: LGBTQ groups divided over rebuke of bisexual senator

Progressive criticism of Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., reached new and unprecedented highs this week, following the Arizona senator's refusal to vote in favor of changing Senate rules to enact voting rights legislation on Wednesday.

Deadly NYC Gunfire Echoes Across The Nation

New York City cops shot dead in Harlem, sources say

Two New York City police officers were struck in a shooting in Harlem Friday night, days after a 16-year-old boy allegedly shot another officer in the Bronx, according to authorities. An NYPD spokesperson confirmed that two officers had been shot near 119 West 135th Street in the NYPD's 32nd Precinct but said their conditions were not immediately available.

Pro-Life On The Move

Tens of thousands 'march for life' in Washington as fate of Roe v Wade looms

In 1974, on the first anniversary of the Roe v Wade supreme court decision, abortion opponents gathered on the National Mall in Washington to "march for life". They vowed to return each year until the ruling, which established the right to abortion, was no longer the law of the land.

Rate The Prez

How Americans think Joe Biden has done on their most important priorities after one year

President Joe Biden entered office promising to end the Covid-19 pandemic, boost a lagging economy, get Americans back to work, restore US credibility abroad and heal a divided nation.

Royal Snub

Royals will be 'relieved' if Harry and Meghan don't return to the UK

Royals 'will be relieved if Harry and Meghan stay in US for Philip's memorial' Ingrid Seward said couple will turn service into 'Harry and Meghan show' Comes amid fury at Harry's refusal to return to UK without police protection The Royal Family will 'be relieved if the Duke and Duchess of Sussex stay in the US for Prince Philip's memorial as their presence would turn it into the Harry and Meghan show,' a royal expert has claimed.


Porn Star Kendra Lust Recalls An 18 Hour Day On Set

A porn star has lifted the lid on some industry secrets, revealing just how long actors are expected to... erm... perform for. Kendra Lust has spent years working in the adult entertainment industry, but is now branching out into a career in sports, hosting her own podcast about MMA and boxing.

Foodie Leftovers

Restaurant Week is in its final stretch-here are 7 meal deals that have us hungry

Kansas City Restaurant Week is entering its final stretch, with special menus available this weekend and then gone for a year.

Celebrate Skid Row

Kansas City's curling club is about to open a new facility in Blue Springs

The winter Olympics are quickly approaching and one of the most popular events is getting a new birth in Kansas City.The Kansas City Curling Club is hoping its new venue will slide them to new heights."I think it's one of the best-hidden secrets in Kansas City," said DeeAnn Wlodarski, president

Meet The New Moguls

Kansas City's most anticipated bars and restaurants of 2022

This year, the list of new restaurant openings is vast and varied, giving hope that restaurants are finding a path forward after two years of pandemic pivots. In 2022, Kansas City will see more restaurants cooking with live-fire hearths and serving fine dishes made from strictly farm-fresh Midwestern ingredients, while teeny tiny coffee and cocktail spots show their interest in both inclusion and community building.

Locals Lament Diva Cancellation

Kansas City woman hoping for refunds after canceled Adele concert

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - In the world of COVID-19, you're taking a risk any time you plan a big trip or book a ticket to a large event. Fans of Adele learned the singer canceled her entire Las Vegas, Nevada, residency less than 24 hours before.

January Warmup Redux

Temps will be in the 40s this weekend


Shenseea, Megan Thee Stallion - Lick is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.