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No KC Good Deed Unpunished

Kansas City farm that gives back to community hit by thieves

A Kansas City farm and orchard was hit hard by thieves over the weekend.Thieves stole thousands of dollars in equipment when they stole a trailer from the Kansas City Urban Farm Co-op.Darrian Davis and his fiance, Nicolette Paige, have run the orchard for the past six years.They showed up on

JoCo Fights The Rent

Deadline approaching for OP residents to complete short-term rental survey

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Residents and property owners in Overland Park, Kansas, have until June 30 to complete a city about short-term rentals as the city explores whether to create new regulations. Short-term rentals are normally single-family homes in residential areas which are advertised for rent on websites like Airbnb and Vrbo.

Golden Ghetto Rescue Celebrated

Steve Irwin inspires Shawnee fire crews rescuing deer from window well

SHAWNEE, Kan. - One Johnson County homeowner said the noise she detected on Tuesday night scared her. To her surprise, the racket came from a young deer that had fallen into a deep window well at her home. A video clip from the Shawnee Fire Department shows the deer, which was likely scared, crying loudly.

Kansas City Food Pantry Struggles With Rising Demand

Operation Breakthrough sees uptick in demand for services due to inflation

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Inflation is impacting everyone, but people living on the financial edge are getting help from charitable organizations like Operation Breakthrough . Inside the organization's food pantry, donation specialist Michell Jones said she is seeing more families needing help.

Make A Friend Amid Recession

KC Pet Project in dire straights as it faces an intense overload of animals

The staff said a dire situation is unfolding at KC Pet Project. The shelter is running out of room, which is why free adoptions were offered Wednesday of any dog over 30 pounds."I can't wait to take him home.

Inflation Takes Bite

Kansas City families struggle with high grocery prices

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - High grocery prices are making local families dread going to the grocery store. "It's crazy right now," said Kansas City resident Lisa Williams. Williams said the current prices of some food items mean her family is making some changes.

West Plaza Gentrification Worsens

In this corner of Kansas City, it's goodbye bungalows, hello $1 million modern manses

George Hernandez's mother, age 100 now, has lived in her home on Mercier Street in the West Plaza neighborhood for 54 years. When Paz Hernandez moved there in 1968, nearly every home around her was just like hers. A tiny bungalow, two or three bedrooms, many built in the 1920s.

Starlet Defend The O

Emma Thompson: 'Female sexual pleasure is often actively discouraged'

Women lag behind men not just in salaries but also in the bedroom, according to Emma Thompson. "It's an orgasm gap," the English actress told Page Six exclusively at the Tribeca Festival premiere of her upcoming movie, "Good Luck to You, Leo Grande."

Survey Seyz Prez Worse Than MAGA

Biden approval rating at 42 percent: poll

President Biden's low job approval rating isn't getting any better. A NewsNation/DDHQ poll released on Thursday shows that only 42 percent of U.S. voters approve of the job Biden is doing in the White House. By comparison, 58 percent say they disapprove. That's largely on par with where his approval rating sat in the same...

Nobody Likes Veep Either . . .

Kamala Harris for president in 2024 not a sure thing, if Biden does not run, according to Virginia voters

Virginia voters told Fox News that Vice President Kamala Harris is not a shoo-in to replace President Joe Biden at the top of the ticket If he does not seek re-election in 2024. Rosa, a mother from Virginia, told Fox News, "I would support her, but I'd be open to other candidates as well in the Democratic Party."

Kellyanne Tome Flops

Book bombs: Trump aide tell-alls fail to sell

The memoir of Deborah Birx, the Covid response coordinator under Trump, has sold fewer than 6,000 copies; Dr. Scott Atlas' book sold 27,013 copies; Dr. Ben Carson's book sold 21,786 copies; former White House press secretary turned Trump critic Stephanie Grisham sold 38,249 books; counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway has sold 42,273 books since it was published in late May; and former defense secretary Mark Esper sold 20,900 books.


Supreme Court: 2nd Amendment guarantees right to carry guns in public

In Congress, Democratic and Republican lawmakers are close to advancing new legislation intended to address gun violence in the wake of deadly mass shootings. With strong public backing, the bill represents a breakthrough possibility unseen in a generation. Across the street from the Capitol, however, Republican-appointed justices are pushing in the opposite direction.

White House Gas Takeover?!?!

Granholm: President could use Defense Production Act to handle gas supply crisis after asking for tax holiday

Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm indicated that President Joe Biden has considered using the Defense Production Act to help mitigate the record-high gas prices, but stressed that it is just "one" of the tools at the president's disposal. "President Biden, like all other leaders around the world, are grappling with this for their citizens," Granholm said Wednesday at a White House press briefing.

Losing Faith In Democracy?!?

Separation of Church and State Is Crumbling Before Our Eyes

Bow your heads and say a prayer over the separation of church and state, may it rest in peace. Who knows, doing so may someday entitle you to a government subsidy. During a week in which much of our focus is on the public assault on our democratic values that took place on Jan.

Right-Wing Sinking Feeling

Bizarre Video Suggests US Navy Is Cultivating 'Safe Spaces' By Using Pronouns

The United States Navy is training servicemen and women to cultivate "safe spaces" through the use of pronouns, as seen in a video publicized Monday. The video features Naval Undersea Warfare Center engineers Jony Rozon and Conchy Vasquez discussing "inclusive language" such as using "hey everyone" or "hey team" instead of "hey guys," before detailing how the Navy plans to create a more sensitive environment, according to the Washington Free Beacon.

Pro-Choice Climax Coming Soon

'Planned Parenthood Insurrectionists': Abortion Supporters Take Over Wisconsin Capitol Building

Planned Parenthood and abortion activists took over the Wisconsin state Capitol building on Wednesday, as the GOP was set to uphold a pro-life law that will take effect if the Roe v. Wade decision is overturned.

American Pandemic Forever

1 in 5 U.S. Adults Who Got COVID-19 Now Have Long COVID, Data Find

More than 7% of U.S. adults have symptoms of Long COVID, according to a survey from the National Center for Health Statistics.

Making Vlad Mad

EU leaders to grant Ukraine candidate status in blow to Putin

European leaders are poised to grant Ukraine candidate status, in a historic decision that opens the door to EU membership for the war-torn country and deals a blow to Vladimir Putin. EU leaders meeting in Brussels are expected to approve Ukraine's candidate status later on Thursday, nearly four months after President Volodymyr Zelenskiy launched his country's bid to join the bloc in the early days of the Russian invasion.

Pr0n Crisis Confronts Smut Juggernaut

Pornhub owner's CEO and COO resign

Pornhub owner MindGeek has lost two high-level executives: CEO Feras Antoon and COO David Tassillo, as first reported by . Their resignation comes shortly after The New Yorker released a scathing report detailing the holes in the company's content moderation system, which has failed to address videos depicting underage and non-consenting individuals.

Home Team Win Streak Blanked

Shohei Ohtani strikes out career-high 13 as Royals are shutout 5-0

Shohei Ohtani followed up his amazing offensive performance on Tuesday with an equally amazing performance on the mound on Wednesday, striking out a career-high 13 batters in a 5-0 win over the Royals to avoid a sweep. The Royals got to Ohtani early when Whit Merrifield and Andrew Benintendi led off the game with back-to-back singles.

Rock Chalk End Game

Christian Braun and his family are gearing up for the NBA Draft


New Digs Debut

KCK house built on 'Extreme Makeover: Home Edition' now for sale

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - The last two years we've seen the housing market boom with frenetic home buying where many sell above list price , and some prospective buyers seek fixer-uppers for their first home.

Newsies Trash Starchy Veggie

Blame corn for your high grocery costs

High food prices are affecting many in Kansas City, and there are two crops that play an outsized role: corn and soybeans. Plus, one rancher in Kansas is outfitting his cattle with GPS collars to save money and protect the grasslands.

Katie Shares Forecast . . . 

Chance of Storms Thursday

Today: Showers late this morning-early afternoon. A few non-severe t-storms possible. High 85.Tonight: After 9 PM t-storms roll into KC from the west. Some could be strong with gusty wind and small hail.Friday: Morning Storms them partly cloudy. High 82. Heat Index 96.Saturday: AM storms then partly cloudy and hot, 93.

George Michael - Too Funky earned a spot in the Billboard Hot 100 for 1992 and now serves as our #TBT song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.