On this cloudy Sunday are enlightened by hotness of Candice which, in turn, inspires us to check community news, pop culture and top headlines.
As the COVID-19 vaccine rollout continues in the Kansas City area and the U.S., 41 Action News is compiling a list of vaccination events and where people can sign up for a vaccine interest form each week. Check back for updates.
Today’s Reason To Be Careful Whilst Helping Others
KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) - Around 3 am Sunday morning, Kansas City Kansas Police were called to 5900 Nogard Ave on an injury accident. The good Samaritan, a woman in her 50's, stopped to check on a SUV after it was hit by a sedan traveling northbound.
Turnaround In The Dotte
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A tractor trailer overturned Sunday morning on Interstate 35 ramp heading towards Interstate 635 in Wyandotte County. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol the driver was not seriously injured in the crash that happened at about 10:15 a.m.
Angel Preps For Summer
Candice Swanepoel announced that she had released a new swim and activewear collection on Thursday. The supermodel's new line was released through her brand Tropic Of C, which had previously focused on producing swimwear. The 32-year-old entrepreneur's new collection, entitled Tropic Of C Movement, will be exclusively available through the online clothing retailer Bandier and the brand's own website.
TOP DOC PRESCRIBES COVID VAXX FOR MAGA!!!
NIAID Director Anthony Fauci told "Fox News Sunday" that "it would make all the difference in the world" if former President Trump urged his supporters to take the coronavirus vaccine. Why it matters: Republicans - particularly men in the party - are the least likely demographic to say they plan to get vaccinated against the virus, recent polls suggest.
Former Prez Trump Still Underestimated
Ex-president Donald Trump finds himself adrift while in political exile. And Republicans, and even some allies, say he is disorganized, torn between playing the role of antagonist and party leader.
Voter Rights Fight Redux
Stacey Abrams has described Republican efforts to restrict voting rights in Georgia as "racist" and "a redux of Jim Crow in a suit and tie". Abrams, who helped Democrats win two key US Senate runoff elections in her home state in January that gave the party a narrow control of the chamber, is a leading critic of voter suppression efforts by Republicans.
Cartels Love Prez Biden?!?
President Biden's "open border policies" are not only inviting more illegal immigration to the U.S. but also enriching and empowering drug cartels in Mexico who profit from smuggling migrants across the border, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said Sunday.
Work Life Evolves
Hope your magic Mary Poppins, go-back-to-the-office bag is ready. Let's see, you're going to need your laptop, your laptop's power adapter, your headphones, your headphones' power adapter, your ring light, your ring light's power adapter... Oh, and you thought this was just a one-time pack? That's cute.
KC Repents For Lent
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Right now, millions of Christians around the world are observing Lent in preparation for the Easter holiday. Catholics are among that number, and that's one of the reasons 41 Action News anchor Taylor Hemness reached out to Father Luis Suarez, of Sacred Heart Guadalupe parish in Kansas City, Missouri.
Rock Chalk Rebuke
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Two years in a row COVID has derailed the Jayhawks' chances at a Big 12 title. "Insane we haven't had it all year, so why we got it now we're like, why now? why couldn't it have been a couple weeks ago or something?"
Kansas City Chiefs Confront Another Rebuilding Year
The Kansas City Chiefs had a disappointing end to what had otherwise been another dominant season, as they lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Super Bowl. Despite this setback, the Chiefs are still favorites to win it all next season.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .