Kansas City Tuesday News Peek: Politics & Snow Double Trouble

In this quick peek at the discourse we're inspired by hottie Lindsey to keep up with pop culture, community news and top headlines.

Here's TKC news gathering . . .

Desperately Seeking Affordable Cowtown Real Estate Solutions

Kansas City private, public sectors teaming up to meet housing demand

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Housing shortages continue to affect Missouri and Kansas. While the number of homes listed continues to decrease, prices continue to go up. According to an end-of-the-year report conducted by Missouri Realtors, the number of homes put up for sale kept going down significantly each month after August 2021.

Winter Tragedy In The Dotte

Person found dead after two-alarm house fire in Kansas City, Kansas

Twitter: KCKFDPIO SOURCE: Twitter: KCKFDPIO Authorities in Kansas City, Kansas, are investigating the cause of an early morning house fire.Fire crews were called to a fire in the 2800 block of North Allis Street Tuesday morning.

Show-Me Mask Fight Cont'd

Missouri AG Eric Schmitt files for temporary restraining orders to halt school mask mandates

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced his office has begun filing motions for temporary restraining orders to halt mask mandates in school districts where they are still enforced. Schmitt previously sued several Kansas City area districts , including Liberty, Kansas City, North Kansas City, Raytown, Independence, Center, Warrensburg, Hickman Mills, Grandview and Lee's Summit over their mask mandates.

Kansas Real Estate Launch Code

Missile silo for sale in Kansas leads to questions from Zillow Gone Wild. Check it out

A property for sale in Abilene, Kansas, has piqued the interest of a popular social media page thanks to its likeness to something straight out of a post-apocalyptic movie starring Tom Hanks. An underground missile silo complex, designed to hold up during a nuclear strike, sitting on 11 acres has hit the real estate market for $380,000, according to Zillow.com.

Kangaroo Homework Ahead

UMKC to go remote Wednesday, possibly Thursday

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - As the Kansas City area prepares for a winter storm , schools and universities are beginning to decide if they will cancel in-person operations. Monday, the University of Missouri announced it would go remote. Tuesday the University of Missouri - Kansas City followed suit.

Hottie Shares Real Life Peek

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.

QB Concludes EPIC 22-Year Job

Brady announces retirement, ends 'thrilling ride'

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady has officially announced his retirement from the NFL, saying Tuesday in an Instagram post that he is "not going to make that competitive commitment anymore."

D-List Downgrade In D.C.

Governors grade Joe Biden: 'Solid' D, and 'I'm trying to be generous there'

Governors from across the United States gave President Biden a "failing" or "poor" review, and a "generous" D when asked to grade his White House performance, citing a lack of communication, inflation and the botched withdrawal from Afghanistan. "I think this is a failing administration, and I think it's a real shame," Gov.

MAGA Voting Machine Crisis

Trump directly involved in plans to seize voting machines -reports

Then-President Donald Trump was directly involved in efforts to use national security agencies to seize voting machines after his 2020 election loss, pressing his lawyer to make queries as advisers drafted two versions of a related executive order, media reports said.

Vlad Remains Mad

The West 'has ignored' Russia's key security concerns, says Vladimir Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin said the Russian government was studying the responses from the United States and NATO to Russia's security concerns, but said his country's main concerns "had been ignored."


WATCH: Massive Brawl Breaks Out In Bensalem Golden Corral Over Alleged Steak Shortage

A former employee of the restaurant says he was told the fight may have happened after a customer became enraged when the buffet ran out of steak. Video shared with Eyewitness News shows punches being thrown and high chairs flying as a fight breaks out inside the Golden Corral in Bensalem Friday evening.

Touring Local History

US Civil Rights Trail adds stop at Negro Leagues Baseball Museum

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The newest stop on the U.S. Civil Rights Trail is right here in Kansas City after the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum was added to the trail Tuesday. It is the third site in Missouri to be added to the map of places critical to the advancement of civil rights in U.S.

Baller Invited Back

Brett Veach praises Tyrann Mathieu, saying Chiefs want him back in 2022

When Kansas City Chiefs general manager Brett Veach met with reporters on a conference call on Tuesday, the most significant takeaways were regarding Veach's thoughts on returning two players to the team in 2022: left tackle Orlando Brown Jr. and safety Tyrann Mathieu.

Midtown Champagne High Note

Ça Va, Westport's French wine bar, has become the city's most intimate jazz club

Ça Va, a calm and inviting space in the hubbub of Old Westport, is one of the area's most intimate jazz venues. The club is warmly lit with European, tavern-style seating that invokes intimacy and encourages camaraderie between patrons.

Local Eat Out Ahead

Eight of KC's Most Romantic Restaurants - In Kansas City

There's never a bad time to ramp up the romance and reserve a table for two. But there is a particularly good time that happens this month: Valentine's Day. These Kansas City spots deliver alluring ambience, tempting food and wine, and a certain ineffable charm that sets the stage for an unforgettable night out.

Just Hours From Snowfall

HEAVY SNOW: Winter storm warning issued ahead of this week's snow event

An incoming winter storm has prompted a winter storm warning for the Kansas City area Tuesday evening through Thursday afternoon.Rain is expected to change to snow Tuesday night into Wednesday.

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