Tribute to classic Jordan and local high winds along with a quick recap of the news day. Take a look:
Kansas City Grid Fear Today
Hold on to your hats, anchor your patio furniture and look out for small animals outside.High wind gusts are causing issues across the metro area Thursday.Winds gusting above 50 mph have caused thousands of power outages in the area with 2,300 KCP&L customers without power alone.
Downtown Tent Journalism
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Strong winds blowing by the Sprint Center did some damage to the tents at the Big 12 Conference men's basketball tournament. Winds of 40-50 mph were possible, the National Weather Service said. A wind advisory is in effect until 10 p.m. Thursday.
Local Tech Solution To Disaster
Kansas Citians are amazing when it comes to opening their hearts to help victims of disaster; now Airbnb is asking area hosts to open their homes.Airbnb has activated its Open Homes Program to help displaced Midwest residents and relief workers deployed to the impacted regions in Nebraska due to flooding
Kansas City Trading Day
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - It's official - the safety known as the "Honey Badger" will be defending the secondary at Arrowhead next season for the Chiefs. Kansas City announced Thursday that the club had officially signed Tyrann Mathieu, welcoming the former Houston Texan with a news conference at the team's training complex.
Hipster Travel Guide
Kansas City musician Nathan Corsi is in Austin, Texas, for the South By Southwest (SXSW) festival. He's not performing as one of the 2,000 official acts booked at the annual event that began in 1987 - he's part of what's called the MidCoast Takeover.
Rock Chalk Big Bucks
Seemingly routine for many Kansas fans, crimson and blue are once again among the colors flooding the canvas of the 2019 NCAA tournament. But for artist Megh Knappenberger, the Jayhawks' familiar palate has painted an entrepreneurial journey with as thrilling ups and downs as Big 12 basketball, she said.
Kansas City Irish Plans
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - It's time to break out the green and celebrate the Irish: the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade will be rolling through Kansas City this weekend. The 47th annual parade begins at 11 a.m. Sunday and will last about three hours.
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