Monday, July 03, 2017

Kansas City Summer News Link Look

Hottie Summer starts this quick look at all of the important Kansas City links for right now . . .

Fight For Kansas City Access

Advocates for disabled lobby for greater accessibility at new KCI terminal

An advocate for the disabled is pushing to make sure that any renovations to Kansas City International Airport make allowances for everyone. everyone. A group called The Whole Person is keeping a close eye on design plans for a new terminal at KCI.

JoCo 4th Bust

KCK man busted for making homemade fireworks

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - A Kansas City, Kan. man will appear before a judge Monday, July 3, after officers conducting a traffic stop discovered homemade fireworks in the man's car. Johnson County prosecutors have charged Rolando Pla, 30, with one count of criminal use of explosives following the traffic stop early Monday morning in Overland Park.

Show-Me $40 MILLION Biz

Firework sales booming in Missouri

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A thriving economy, cheaper prices, and great weather are just a few of the factors fireworks tent owners credit to thriving sales so far this week. Although their peak sales times are traditionally the evening of July 3 and the day of July 4, owners say it appears fireworks sales throughout the metro appear to be as strong as ever.

Lake Casualty Reports Start Now

Overland Park man falls nearly 12 feet after Flyboard accident at Lake of the Ozarks

An Overland Park man was seriously injured Sunday after falling from a Flyboard at the Lake of the Ozarks. Brian M. Effertz, 46, fell 10-12 feet and landed on top of a Seadoo, the Missouri State Highway Patrol said. He was flown to University Hospital. The incident happened about 5:50 p.m.

KCK Baseball Losing

Unified Government rescues the Kansas City T-Bones again

Faced with declining attendance since 2010, the Kansas City T-Bones and the Unified Government reach a new management agreement that has the UG paying part of CommunityAmerica Ballpark's utilities, property taxes at a Legends parking lot and no longer collecting lease payments from the baseball team.

Home Team High Hopes Persist

Royals head to Seattle sitting in second place in division | FOX Sports

SEATTLE - The Kansas City Royals and Seattle Mariners have faced similar circumstances this season. Both teams started poorly and rebounded to sit near the .500 mark and remain in the American League wild-card race. And both are looking to strengthen their position in the final week before the All-Star break.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

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