Kansas City Sunday Night Look: 'War Is Madness' Redux

Once again and just to keep warm we contemplate angel Candice along with pop culture, community news and top headlines for Sunday night.

Here's TKC news gathering . . .

Kansas City Airport Ice Reopen

KCI reopens airfield after ice temporarily halts flights

Kansas City International Airport has reopened its airfield after it closed due to weather conditions Sunday evening, according to the airport's Twitter account. The impact to flight schedules started around 6 p.m. Sunday. 7 flights were canceled and 14 flights were delayed.

Slick Streets Persist Sunday Night

WEATHER: Wrecks pile up

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) --- A winter weather advisory has been extended to the south side of the Kansas City metro areas. A heavy band of sleet pounded highways, particularly along the Interstate 29 corridor. There were over a half-dozed reported crashes on I-29. Kansas City International Airport, at around 6:45 p.m.

Comeback After Life Lesson

Olathe school district taking steps to increase safety as students, staff return Monday

Officials in the Olathe school district shared letters with families Sunday evening to reassure them that extra safety measures are being taken as students return to the classroom following Friday's shooting at Olathe East High School.In the letters posted to the school district's website, Superintendent Dr. Brent Yeager and Olathe East Principal Kerry Lane said there will be an increased police presence at the school this week.

Angels Still Attract Attention

Candice Swanepoel and Lais Ribeiro look fashion forward in Paris

Candice Swanepoel and Lais Ribeiro put on a bright display on the runway for the Off-White show for Paris Fashion Week on Monday. South African model, 33, Candice took to the catwalk wearing a grey hooded mini dress which featured a bright pink bow with a train.


"War is madness, please stop": Pope Francis calls for peace in Ukraine

Pope Francis on Sunday made a heartfelt plea for an end to the fighting in Ukraine that has left what he called "rivers of blood and tears" flowing in the country. The Russian invasion of Ukraine is the largest European war since World War II.

Prez Biden Begs For Gas

Biden advisers weigh Saudi Arabia trip for more oil

President Biden's advisers are discussing a possible visit to Saudi Arabia this spring to help repair relations and convince the Kingdom to pump more oil, Axios has learned. Why it matters: A hat-in-hand trip would illustrate the gravity of the global energy crisis driven by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Case Against MAGA Falls Apart?!?

Prosecutors resigned after New York DA said he wasn't prepared to move forward with indictment of Trump

Two top prosecutors leading the criminal investigation into former President Donald Trump and his business resigned after the Manhattan district attorney said he was not prepared to authorize an indictment against the former President, a person familiar with the investigation said.

Russia Cracks Down Again

Protests across Russia see thousands detained

"The screws are being fully tightened - essentially we are witnessing military censorship," Maria Kuznetsova, OVD-Info's spokeswoman, told Reuters news agency from Tbilisi in Georgia.

Daily Bread Threatened

Russian war in world's 'breadbasket' threatens food supply

BARCELONA, Spain (AP) - The Russian tanks and missiles besieging Ukraine also are threatening the food supply and livelihoods of people in Europe, Africa and Asia who rely on the vast, fertile farmlands of the Black Sea region - known as the "breadbasket of the world."

Celeb Fundraising Exceeds

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis share update as they raise millions for Ukraine: 'We're going to make this happen'

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are halfway to their goal of raising $30 million for the people of Ukraine. The Ukrainian-born Kunis emigrated to the United States in 1991. In an Instagram video posted to Kutcher's account on Saturday, the couple provided an update on their fundraising efforts to benefit the country amid the Russian invasion.

Kansas City Star Offers Apropos Guide To Begging

That $100 bill in my palm will go a long way toward helping homeless Kansas Citians

OPINION AND COMMENTARY On Monday, I was comparing prices at the Hy-Vee on Barry Road near Interstate 29. A young woman came up to me and asked what I was doing. I told her I was trying to figure out how many groceries I could buy for my little food pantry for the homeless.

Community Help For Ukraine

Federation joins $20M campaign to support Ukrainian Jews

In response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Jewish Federation of Greater Kansas City’s board of directors on Monday approved a grant of $139,000, joining the Jewish Federations of North America’s (JFNA) $20 million emergency campaign to provide humanitarian assistance to vulnerable Jewish populations living in Ukraine.


Joe's Weather Blog: Spring storm leaves...winter storm comes (SUN-3/6)

A rare Sunday blog for you today. The weather changes dictate the blogs, and if there's something to write about, let's write about it! Yesterday strong to severe storms moved through the east side of the metro. Some quarter-sized hail was reported and ahead of the line stronger winds were gusting to about 55 MPH.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for Sunday night.

Hopefully we'll have more for the morning update . . . STAY TUNED!!!