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Fight for Air Climb in downtown KC

Credit: 41 Action News
Published on March 1, 2020 - Duration: 08:19s
Fight for Air Climb in downtown KC
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Fight for Air Climb in downtown KC

HAPPENING TODAY...HUNDREDS OF PEOPLEWILL BE CLIMBING THESTAIRS OF THE ONEKANSAS CITY PLACETOWER.THE REASON?TO FIGHT LUNG DISEASE.41 ACTION NEWSREPORTER JORDAN BETTSIS LIVE THERE.JORDAN?THIS IS THE FIFTH YEAR FOR THEFIGHT FOR AIR CLIMB.IT'S ALL PUT ON BY THEAMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION.THEY HOPE TO RAISE MONEY TOHELP FUND RESEARCH.THE MONEY ALSO HELPSPROVIDE LOCAL PROGRAMMINGTO HELP CHILDREN MANAGETHEIR ASTHMA AND PROGRAMSTO HELP PEOPLE QUIT SMOKING.FIRST RESPONDERS TOFAMILIES THAT HAVE LOST ALOVED ONE TO LUNG DISEASEARE ALL CLIMBING TODAY.THE CLIMB WILL START AT 8 A-MAT ONE KANSAS CITY PLACEDOWNTOWN.TODAY AT THE KANSASCITY ZOO... YOU CANENJOY A SPECIAL PENGUINMARCH.AT 11 AM, THE BIRDSSTRUT AROUND THEHELZBERG PENGUIN PLAZAOFFERING YOU AN UPCLOSE OPPORTUNITY TOSEE THEM.THE MARCH TODAY WILLFEATURE THE KING ANDGENTOO PENGUINIT'S FREE WITH ZOOADMISSION.GOOD MORNING.

MARCH ISCOMING IN LIKE A LAMB ASWE ARE IN A QUIETWEATHER PATTERN FORNOW.HERE IS OUR LATESTFORECAST:TODAY: PARTLY TO MOSTLYCLOUDY, LESS WIND.

HIGH:65-70.

WIND: S-SW 10-15MPH.

SCATTEREDSHOWERS AND T-STORMSWILL FORM ACROSSCENTRAL AND EASTERNMISSOURI THIS EVENINGAS A COLD FRONTAPPROACHES.TONIGHT: A COLD FRONTWILL MOVE THROUGH ASRAIN AND A FEW T-STORMSINCREASE ACROSSSOUTHEAST MISSOURI,MISSING OUR AREA.

WINDSWILL INCREASE FROM THENORTH TO 10-25 MPH ASTHE SKY CLEARS.

LOWSWILL BE IN THE 30S.MONDAY: PARTLY CLOUDYAND COOLER WITH HIGHSAROUND 50 ALONG WITH ALIGHT WIND.LET'S TAKE A LOOK AHEADAT WHAT'S HAPPENINGTHIS WEEK AROUNDKANSAS CITY.OVERLAND PARK CITYCOUNCIL WILL MEETMONDAY NIGHT.THEY WILL LOOK AT BIDSON VARIOUS STREETIMPROVEMENT PROJECTS.THIS INCLUDES NALLFROM 83RD TO 95TH,METCALF FROM 75TH TO91ST, COLLEGE BLVDFROM PLFUMMTO SWITZERAND MUCH MORE.THE MEETING IS AT 7-30PM AT CITY HALL.STARTING TOMORROW,IT'S SEVERE WEATHERAWARENESS WEEKACROSS KANSAS ANDMISSOURI.THIS IS VIDEO FROM LASTYEAR'S TORNADOES INLINWOOD AND LAWRENCE,KANSAS.THE CAMPAIGN ISINTENDED TO INCREASEPUBLIC AWARENESSABOUT SEVERE WEATHERAND TORNADOES.THE LEE'S SUMMIT FIREDEPARTMENT WILLCONDUCT A STATE WIDEFIRE DRILL IN MISSOURI ONTUESDAY AT 10 AM.ALL BUSINESSES ANDSCHOOLS AREENCOURAGED TOPARTICIPATE IN THE DRILL.AND DON'T FORGET... YOUCAN STAY CONNECTEDWITH US AT ANYTIME.WITH KANSAS CITY'SMOST ACCURATEFORECAST.INCLUDING WEATHERALERTS AND LIVE RADAR.DOWNLOAD OUR FREE 41ACTION NEWS APP TODAY.ALSO COMING UP THISWEEK IS ANOTHERBUDGET HEARINGMEETING FOR KC.IT'S ONE OF THREE THATTHE CITY IS OFFERING ONTHE UPCOMING BUDGETFOR THE CITY FOR 2020-2021.AT THE LAST MEETING -MANY PEOPLE EXPRESSEDTHEIR OPINIONS ON THECITY SPENDING MONEY ONTHE ARTS AS WELL ASFIXING THE POTHOLES.THE MEETING WILL BETHIS THURSDAY FROM 11-30 AM TO 1-30 P.M.

AT THEKANSAS CITY HEALTHDEPARTMENT.THE NEXT MEETING AFTERTHAT WILL BE THISSATURDAY.THE CHIEFS CELEBRATEDLAST NIGHT AT THE N-F-L101 AWARDS IN KANSASCITY.FIND OUT WHO TOOKHOME THE BIG HONORSPAYING FOR COLLEGEISN'T EASY FOREVERYONE...HOW SOME STUDENTSARE DOING IT INUNCONVENTIONAL WAYS...COMING UP.ON TO SOME CHIEFSNEWS...ACCORDING TO TEREZPAYLOR OF YAHOOSPORTS, THE CHIEFS WILLNOT EXERCISE THEIROPTION TO RETURNOFFENSIVE LINEMANCAMERON ERVING.HE WASTRADED TO KANSAS CITYFROM CLEVELAND IN 2017.ERVING APPEARED IN 13GAMES THIS SEASON ANDSTARTED IN EIGHT.THE MOVE CREATES 3.2MILLION DOLLARS IN CAPSPACE FOR THE CHIEFS IN2020.TONIGHT A COUPLE OFCHIEFS WERE HONOREDAT THE 101 AWARDS INDOWNTOWN KC.TYRANN MATHIEU WASNAMED DERRICK THOMASMVP AND MECOLEHARDMAN THE MACK LEEHILL ROOKIE OF THE YEAR.BOTH LOOKING FORWARDTO BEING BACK AT THESUPER BOWL NEXT YEAR.Tyrann Mathieu"We'll enjoy this victory but Iknowthe guys in our locker room,they'regoing to want to get back towork andhopefully do it again."Mecole Hardman"It's going to be toughl.

Ithink we gotthe guys in the room that canmake ithappen.

We gotta coaching stafffor itand now we know what it takes togetthere and win it.DAY THREE OF THE NFLCOMBINE... DEFENSIVELINEMEN ANDLINEBACKERS ON THEFIELD.MIZZOU PLAYERS JORDANELLIOTT AND CALEGARRETT SHOWING THIERSKILLS.KANSAS LINEBACKERAZUR KAMARA RAN A 4.59IN THE 40.OLATHE NORTH ALUM ANDCLEMSON LINEBACKERISAIAH SIMMONS SHOWEDOUT IN HIS 40 RUNNING A4.39ROYALS AT THE SEATTLEMARINERS FACILITY TODAYIN PEORIAARIZONA...ROYALS GETTHE WIN 9-6 ...MUCHTHANKS TO 6 RUNSCOMING IN THE 5TH FORKC...GREG HOLLAND ONTHE MOUND FORKC....AFTER HE SAID HEFELT LIKE HE REPEATEDHIS DELIVERY WELL ANDTHREW A LOT OF QUALITYPITCHES..."Later in the season I might trytoexpand the strike zone but I'mtryingto through them for strikesbecuase Iknow, you know that's a lotharder forme to do than throw it below thezone, so I really want to key inonreall pouding the strike zoneeventimes when I maybe am ahead inthecount."THATS A LOOK AT YOURMORNING SPORTS.

HAVE AGREAT SUNDAY.SPORTING KC HAD A BIGWIN IN ITS FIRST MATCH OFTHE SEASON SATURDAY.THE TEAM TRAVELLED TOVANCOUVER, CANADA TOTAKE ON THE WHITE CAPS.THEY BEAT THEM 3 TO 1.SPORTING'S HOMEOPENER WILL BESATURDAY AGAINST THEHOUSTON DYNAMO ATCHILDREN'S MERCY PARK .THIS BASEBALL SEASONWE'RE LOOKING FORWARDTO SCHOOL DAY AT THE KON MAY 6TH.STUDENTS WILL GET ASCIENCE LESSON FROMOUR METEROLOGISTS-AND GET TO WATCH THEROYALS PLAY THEHOUSTON ASTROS.FOR MORE INFORMATION -HEAD OVER TO ROYALSDOT COM SLASH SCHOOLDAY.THAT'S SURE TO BE ANEXCITING DAY FOREVERYONE!GOOD MORNING.

MARCH ISCOMING IN LIKE A LAMB ASWE ARE IN A QUIETWEATHER PATTERN FORNOW.TUESDAY: PARTLY TOMOSTLY SUNNY WITHLOWS IN THE 30S ANDHIGHS 55-60.

A LARGERAINSTORM WILL TRACKACROSS THE SOUTHERNUSA, FARTHER SOUTHTHAN IT LOOKEDYESTERDAY, EVEN SOUTHOF MISSOURI.WEDNESDAY: MOSTLYSUNNY WITH LOWS 35-40AND HIGHS AROUND 60.THURSDAY: MOSTLYSUNNY.

LOWS IN THE 40S.HIGHS IN THE 60S.FRIDAY: MOSTLY SUNNYAND COOLER WITH LOWS25-30 AND HIGHS IN THE

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