Hottie Kate keeps us interested in all the Kansas City news this evening. Dive right into this collection of local info . . .
The Admiral Motel (1409 Admiral Blvd.) is getting a new name. The owner/operator of the motel, Ati Bhakta, has recently invested more than $250,000 into renovations at the property as it converts into a Rodeway Inn franchise. The remodel includes new bathrooms, bedding, paint, and more.
South Kansas City Cleanup Continues
Storms that dumped several inches of rain on portions of the Kansas City area caused heavy damage at a metro bar and grill. Several businesses in the area of 103rd Street and Wornall Road were affected by the rushing water.
Search For Rock Chalk Justice
A former University of Kansas student who alleges she was raped in a college dorm can proceed with her lawsuit against the university, a federal judge has decided. U.S. District Judge J. Thomas Marten on Thursday ruled that the dismissal of a separate class action lawsuit against KU over sexual assaults on campus did not preclude Daisy Tackett's individual lawsuit against the university.
Suburban Hot Car Survival
LENEXA, Kan. -- A Lenexa mother called police for help Friday when her kids accidentally locked themselves in the car. It happened at about 11 a.m. at a home in the 8700 block of Noland, near West 87th Street and Pflumm.
Golden Ghetto Flood Aftermath
Only a few days after high winds damaged trees and knocked out power Johnson County faces more cleanup after heavy rains and a flash flood, and the public employees will be missing equipment that is used for that type of work.
Everybody Against Mayor Holland
Mark Holland's first term as mayor of the Unified Government of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, Kan., was spent pushing economic development projects that he says created new jobs, whittled away at unemployment and helped clear blight.
Kansas City Pre-Season Switcheroo
The Kansas City Chiefs and the Seattle Seahawks swapped a pair of young linebackers on Friday.
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