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Prez Biden Celebrates Kansas City

Chiefs to celebrate Super Bowl title at The White House in early June

President Biden, meet Patrick Mahomes. Mahomes and his Kansas City Chiefs teammates will head to The White House on June 5th to celebrate the team's Super Bowl title. The exact time is unknown at this point. The Chiefs were unable to visit The White House following their Super Bowl in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Community Uprising Aftermath

Hundreds gather to remember 6-year-old Sir'Antonio Brown

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - The narrow section of N. 31st Street near Greeley was packed with people Wednesday night. It had been exactly a week since 6-year-old Sir'Antonio Brown, known affectionately as Sir, was killed in a barrage of gunfire while playing on his bike in his grandma's front lawn.

Fading Newspaper Garners Prize

The Star wins national award for political coverage for stories on abortion, KS election

The Kansas City Star has won the award for best political coverage in the prestigious National Headliner Awards, the second year in a row the news organization has taken the category's top prize. Reporters Katie Bernard, Jonathan Shorman and Kevin Hardy won for "Kansas Decides," a collection of stories in the run-up to last year's elections.

Consumer Nightmare Retold

Kansas City homeowner says remodeling company left house in shambles

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - There's no sugarcoating it: Teola Powell's house is a mess. "Where they took windows out, they didn't even board them up all the way," Powell, a Kansas City resident, said. In August 2021, she hired a company called MAG Properties, a division of MAG Spaces, to remodel the home she's owned for nearly 30 years and where she raised her family.

Ohio Served Humble Pie

'Nothing else to add': Cincinnati mayor helps announce Chiefs, Bengals game

It appears there will be no trash talk about this season's Kansas City Chiefs and Cincinnati Bengals game from Cincinnati Mayor Aftab Pureval. Pureval and former Chiefs offensive lineman Orlando Brown teamed up to announce the New Year's Eve game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Cincinnati Bengals.

Diva Fashions New Look 

Kylie Jenner smolders in figure hugging black Jean Paul Gaultier dress

Kylie Jenner shared two smoldering snaps to her Instagram page on Wednesday afternoon while rocking a black Jean Paul Gaultier dress. The 25-year-old star posed up a storm in the figure hugging gown gown that highlighted her curvy frame. Kylie wore her brunette tresses in waves around her with a deep side part for a touseled look.


Trump snaps at CNN's Kaitlan Collins: 'You're a nasty person'

Former President Trump snapped at CNN anchor Kaitlan Collins during a contentious town hall event in New Hampshire on Wednesday night, calling her a "nasty person." As Collins repeatedly asked Trump about his handling of classified documents, Trump paused and asked the network's star anchor: "Can I talk?

White House Replies With Snark

Biden trolls Trump over CNN town hall

President Biden trolled former President Trump on Wednesday over a contentious appearance at a CNN town hall on Wednesday, with Biden asking for supporters to donate to his reelection campaign if they don't want "four more years of that." "It's simple, folks. Do you want four more years of that?

Feds Neglect GOP

FBI ignores House Oversight subpoena, doesn't share document alleging 'criminal scheme' involving Biden

The Justice Department and FBI did not comply with the House Oversight Committee's subpoena compelling the production of an FBI document that a whistleblower alleged describes a criminal scheme involving then-Vice President Joe Biden and a foreign national relating to the exchange of money for policy decisions.

Congress Dude Confronts Justice

George Santos could appear in court as soon as today: Sources

A day after Rep. George Santos, R-N.Y., was charged by federal prosecutors in the Eastern District of New York, the embattled congressman could make his first court appearance as soon as today, according to sources familiar with the matter.

European Fighting Turns Tougher

Ukraine says it routs Russia brigade, Kremlin admits campaign 'very difficult'

May 11 (Reuters) - A Ukrainian unit said on Wednesday it had routed a Russian brigade near the stronghold of Bakhmut in an incident underlining the task facing the Kremlin as it carries out what it calls a "very difficult" military operation.

Old School Rules

Does sex get better with age? This senior sex therapist thinks so

A lot of people anticipate enjoying their golden years - but what does that look like? Time for hobbies, travel, spoiling your grandkids? What about great sex? A study published last month in The Gerontologist looks at how well our sexual expectations match up with reality over time.

Good Deeds Resonate Across Bridge

Small food pantry making positive ripple effect in Northland community

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Northland man is pouring the love he has for his late wife into a food pantry in an under-served community, but he's not going it alone. Ernie Martel encourages seniors like him, to help their community. He started his own 'Little Food Pantry' near the City Park in the North Moor area.

Forecast For Now . . . 

FORECAST: Muggy and warm tonight, leading to scattered showers and storms for Thursday

We're still in quite the active weather pattern despite the break in the rain Wednesday. A front that is stalled to our south will lift northward and will bring another round of scattered thunderstorms to move in late morning into midday on Thursday.

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