We're working on some interesting items for the morning but for right now we thought it was best to share these news items for our beloved late night readers.
Check-it . . .Kansas City Kindness Rules
STILWELL, Kan. - A group of 30 adults and children from Ukraine were scheduled to fly back home this week. They were visiting the United States with the Kansas City based organization Fellowship of Christian Athletes for a conference in San Antonio, Texas.
Energy To The East
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - Independence's solar farm project brought hopes of cleaner energy for the city, but from early on, it's been the focus of controversy. The farm has been a major sticking point not only for elected officials, but also for taxpayers for many years.
Explaining Way Of The World
(KCTV/CBS NEWS) -- As war rages in Ukraine from Russia's invasion into the country, kids who hear and see things on TV and among their friends may feel uneasy. They may have questions about what they have seen and heard. So how should parents approach the topic without stoking their fears?
Final Act . . .
One of the longest tenured executives in AMC's more than 100-year history is rolling the credits on his career. John McDonald is retiring after a 47-year career with AMC Theatres, where he began as a film crew member in 1975 and eventually rising to executive vice president of U.S.
Tasty Tribute Debuts
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month and a popular barbecue restaurant is using it as an opportunity to honor its founder. Rob Magee was the founder of Q39. He died of colon cancer in December. In honor of Magee, Q39 staff will take part in "Wear Blue Day" on Friday, March 4.
More Local Good Deeds
LENEXA, Kan. - Heart to Heart International got its start helping the people of Ukraine. "The nuclear disaster in Chernobyl, and I think some years after that, there was a group of Kansas City Rotarians to travel to that part of the world, to Belarus and Ukraine, to see if there was anything they could do to assist," said Dan Neal, Heart to Heart International's vice president of operations.
Forecast This Week . . .
Hide Transcript Show Transcript EXCLUSIVE DRIVE RADAR AND NINE-DAY FORECASTS, SO YOU WILL KNOW FIRST. KEY: MARCH SEEMS TO BE COMING LIKE SPRING, BUT WE HAVE HAD DRAMATIC SWINGS IN FEBRUARY. BRYA WE CAN CLOSE THE BOOKS ON THAT AND LOOK FORWARD TO GNGOI UPWARD. AS YOU CAN SEE, JUST SOME HIGH-LEVEL CLOUDINESS.
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