Tonight we take a quick peek at a fighting hottie along with a glimpse at pop culture, community news and top headlines.
LENEXA, Kan. - There's strong demand for official AFC Championship merchandise as the Chiefs make their second consecutive trip to the Super Bowl. Rally House's flagship store got a jump start on sales by opening early Monday morning. The hottest items are the official locker room styles worn by the players Sunday night after their big win over the Buffalo Bills.
Kansas City Hall Of Famer Shares COVID Vaxx Life Lesson
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Chiefs Super Bowl champion and Pro Football Hall of Famer Bobby Bell received a COVID-19 vaccination on Monday. Truman Medical Centers/University Health tweeted about it and said, "Look who's playing like a champ to defeat COVID!
Inclusion Fun & Games
The Kansas City Public Library is introducing book bingo and other signature events to continue engaging Kansas Citians through literature. Book Bingo encourages discovering new authors, titles, and genres. Readers can access the bingo board here. When one of the 25 squares is clicked, the reader will see a curated list from library staff.
Wrestling With Hotness
WWE superstar Charlotte Flair took to Instagram this weekend and reminded her followers why she's known as "The Queen." The 12-time former Women's Champion took a break from dominating her opponents in the middle of the ring to show off her glamorous side, much to the delight of her 4.4 million followers.
Prez Biden Talks Inevitability
President Joe Biden on Monday offered his most extensive comments since taking office on President Donald Trump's impeachment trial, telling CNN "I think it has to happen."
Lady Tops Treasury
The Senate on Monday confirmed as the first woman to lead the Treasury Department, where her immediate priority will be addressing the coronavirus recession. Yellen, a Democrat, was confirmed by the Senate 84-15, with broad bipartisan support. All 15 "no" votes came from Republicans.
Prez Trump Threw Coup And Nobody Showed Up?!?!
The Department of Justice Inspector General's Office announced Monday that they were investigating whether any current or former DOJ employees attempted to alter the results of the 2020 presidential election.
Political leaders and local officials in the Netherlands have condemned as "criminals" and "scum" the rioters who clashed with police during violent protests at the weekend against the country's first nationwide curfew since the second world war. More than 240 people were arrested as police used teargas and water cannon to disperse crowds of several hundred protesters in Amsterdam and Eindhoven on Sunday.
Mogul Money Paid Out
Nearly three years after the Weinstein Co. declared bankruptcy, a judge on Monday confirmed a liquidation plan that provides a $17.1 million fund for Harvey Weinstein's sexual misconduct accusers. The plan also provides $9.7 million to the former officers and directors of the Weinstein Co., allowing them to pay a portion of their legal bills over the last several years.
Cowtown Bandwagon Expands
Arrowhead Stadium is approximately 1,200 miles from NYC and 1,600 miles from Hollywood, but we have an impressive array of celebrities who are self-proclaimed Chiefs fans. From Grammy winners to Oscar winners, the list is extensive. (Star-studded KC events like the annual Big Slick fundraiser certainly doesn't hurt matters.)
Fleshing Out Celebration
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Local restaurants are getting another chance to cash in on the Super Bowl excitement. Starting Monday until the Super Bowl, Westport Flea Market Bar and Grill burgers are $2.55. Owner Joe Zwillenberg said the price symbolizes the Kansas City Chiefs' second Super Bowl in a row and Super Bowl LV.
Kansas City Clouds Continue
Evening planner. Whether impact here through the evening will have light showers kind of off and on. As our temperatures fall closer to freezing, we'll watch for a wintry mix. May cease, um, freezing. Drizzle in there, possibly some sleet and then some light snow showers heading towards midnight and you're 31 degrees.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .