Kansas City Saturday News Layout: Russia, Local & The Warmup

Right now pr0n hottie Katie inspires us to grab hold of more than a handful of pop culture, community news and top headlines.

Here's a quick peek at carefully selected TKC news links . . .

Sneak Peek At Old & Busted Kansas City Springtime

Rollercoaster temperatures don't help aging water mains in Kansas City, Missouri

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A cafe in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, spent Friday cleaning up after a water main break made a mess a day earlier. The tremendous force caused by the break Thursday sent ankle-deep water rushing into Spokes Cafe and Cyclery at Walnut Street and east 10th Street.


Progressives Celebrate Newbie City Manager And His Victory Over Snowfall

From snow removal to housing, Kansas City Manager Brian Platt wants to focus on the basics

Kansas City Manager Brian Platt says some of the biggest challenges facing Kansas City include the shortage of affordable housing, homelessness, public safety and basic city services. "That's anything from filling potholes to snow removal, to making sure trash is picked up, preparing streetlights," he told Up to Date on Friday.


Show-Me Quick Fix For Worsening Infrastructure Crisis

Emergency repair will impact rush hour northbound on Bond Bridge

The Missouri Department of Transportation will close the two inside lanes of northbound I-35/Christopher Bond Bridge over the Missouri River this afternoon (2/25) for expansion joint repair work. The closure will take place before the evening rush and will substantially impact traffic. Please plan ahead and take an alternate route.


Everybody Rolling Toward Pr0n Payday Eventually . . . 

Gracie quit motorsport to star in porn, and now earns six figures-per-month

RENEE GRACIE was at a crossroads in her life. Struggling with her dream of becoming a success and raising enough money to survive in motorsport, she suffered depression and hated her existence. But in 2019, she made a decision that would change her life forever.


Supreme Decision Postscript

Analysis: The difference Ketanji Brown Jackson may make on the conservative-dominated Supreme Court

The Supreme Court is transforming the law in America, rolling back a half century of constitutional rights, from abortion to voter protections. It would seem the six-justice conservative engine could not be daunted by a single change in the three-justice liberal wing.


Another Reason To Give Up On Movie Theaters . . . 

Retired SWAT commander who killed man after fight over phone in movie is acquitted

A Florida jury on Friday acquitted a retired police SWAT commander of murder for fatally shooting a fellow moviegoer during an argument over cellphone use. Deliberations in the trial began Friday, and the six-person jury returned its verdict late that night, news outlets reported. Retired Tampa police Capt.


Check Suicide Mission 

Ukrainian leaders vow to arm themselves as Russian troops close in on Kyiv

As Russian troops closed in on Ukraine's capital Friday and thousands of refugees continued to flee the country, several Ukrainian officials vowed to remain in Kyiv and fight against the aggression. A defiant Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, surrounded by his advisers and wearing combat fatigues, addressed the country while standing outside his office on the streets of central Kyiv.


Meet The New Axis

China is Russia's best hope to blunt sanctions, but wary

BEIJING (AP) - China is the only friend that might help Russia blunt the impact of economic sanctions over its invasion of Ukraine , but President Xi Jinping's government is giving no sign it might be willing to risk its own access to U.S.

Like It Or Not, We're On The SAME TEAM . . . 

Pompeo says he is 'rooting' for the Biden administration, despite 'very different worldview'

Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Fox News on Friday that Secretary of State Antony Blinken has consulted with him, and while the two have "very different worldview," they have a "shared desire" to make the United States "strong and great."


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Need Help Decluttering? Amy Poehler, Creators of Queer Eye Put Out Call to KC - In Kansas City

Have you been avoiding spring cleaning because you don't know where to start? If that's the case, you might just get the chance to appear on Amy Poehler's new show, The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning. Poehler, along with the creators of Queer Eye, have put out a casting call to the Kansas City...


Old School Rap Coming Soon

Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube and Warren G to perform in Bonner Springs

BONNER SPRINGS, MO (KCTV) --- Major recording artists Snoop Dogg and Ice Cube will be performing at Azura Amphitheater in Bonner Springs in April. The concert was announced on Friday. It will be held on April 22, 2022. Doors will open at 6 p.m. and the show begins at 7:30 p.m.


Talented Hipsters Spruce Up Kansas City Front Porch

Professional artisans retouch the Grand Hall ceiling at Union Station

Renovations at Union Station's Grand Hall ceiling. // Photo Courtesy of Union Station Kansas City's Union Station will host a team of professional artisans from In and Out Painting to restore bumps and blotches on the extraordinary Grand Hall ceiling. The week-long project is being funded by the Sunderland Foundation via their generous $5 million grant, which will directly support...


Weekend Rise . . .

Warming trend begins this weekend

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