Wednesday, April 12, 2017

The Kansas City Wednesday Morning Look



Arabella hotness inspires this quick look at some of the important Kansas City mainstream media links for right now. Take a peek:

Kansas City Drowning Tragedy

Witnesses: Man went into pond to retrieve toy, didn't come back

Rescue crews are searching a small body of water at 23rd Street and Topping for a person who went into the water but never came back. Police said a group of men were running a remote controlled speed boat, and it got stuck in the middle of Bales Lake.

Lights Out In Happy Rock

Over a thousand residents without power in Gladstone, Mo.

GLADSTONE, Mo. - Residents in Gladstone, Missouri are without power Wednesday morning. The outage runs from 64 th to 71 st Streets, and N. Harrison and N. Main. This includes North Oak Street. 1200 residents are reportedly without power. According to Kansas City Power and Light, a circuit is locked up.

Local Airborne Assurance

W. Randolph Helling: KCI air safety is no accident

Since passage of the Airline Safety and Federal Aviation Administration Extension Act of 2010, there have been no airline accidents with passenger fatalities in the United States. The facts show that by improving training and qualification requirements, our nation has made flying safer.

Fear Gun Crime New Hotness

Gun thefts spiked in 2016, federal report says

More than 9,200 firearms were stolen from federally licensed dealers last year, according to a new report from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. The figure represents a sharp increase from the year before -- up nearly 51%, from 6,163 firearms stolen in 2015 -- and continues a four-year uptick.

Today's KCMO Infrastructure Celebration

KC Parks and Rec. Crews prepare for Fountain Day

Kansas City, MO - In a city overflowing with pride and fountains, Pat McNamara and his crew are tasked with getting 48 of the Kansas City's more than 200 fountains ready for Fountain Day KC. The fountains were turned off in November, but prepping for this yearly tradition has been ongoing.

Golden Ghetto Dividing Line Lesson

Parents discuss school boundary changes in Shawnee Mission School District

SHAWNEE, Kan. - The Shawnee Mission School District is proposing new boundaries for the 2018-2019 school year and asking parents to weigh in. Mike and Lynda Barrett have a son with autism in first grade at Shawanoe. "We've seen a huge difference from the time he started.

The Kansas City Midweek Forcast

Rain off-and-on starts Wednesday evening

Things could be damp for Sunday services and Easter egg hunts.

Halsey - Now Or Never is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for the morning . . .

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