Tuesday, February 13, 2018

The Kansas City Tuesday Early News Look

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Kansas City Survivor Story

KC double heart transplant patient warns heart failure can happen to anyone - even seemingly healthy people

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- February is American Heart Month, and one local heart disease survivor is warning others that heart failure can happen to anyone -- even someone who's the picture of health. Chris Williams was preparing for his first bodybuilding show. He was eating healthy and exercising daily, but then something suddenly wasn't right.

Celebrate Local Ice Champions

Get a taste of an Olympic sport with KC Curling Club

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Voices barking instructions bounce around the ceiling of the ice rink. Sounds of brooms scratching and stones gritting across the surface echo in the arena, too. It's a normal Sunday morning at the Line Creek Ice Arena in Kansas City North - the home of Kansas City Curling Club.

Important Golden Ghetto Public Service

Window clings offered to families with special needs members by JOCO Sheriff's Office

The Johnson County Sheriff's Office wants to help citizens with special needs by handing out informational window cling stickers. The clings read, "Special Needs Person May Not Respond to Verbal Commands." They can help inform first responders of how they may communicate with a person with autism, poor hearing or any other condition.

Gunfire Scare In Blue Springs

Blue Springs family shaken after shots fired within inches of driver in possible road rage incident

BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. -- Police are investigating a possible case of road rage in Blue Springs that ended with bullets coming within inches of a driver. The victim was driving along Adam's Dairy Road when a car beside him seemed to try to start a race.

Show-Me Police Doggie Defense

Missouri bill to up penalties for harming police dogs fails

Missouri lawmakers have defeated a bill that would have increased the penalties for injuring or killing police dogs.

Sunflower State Citizenship Showdown With SecState Kris Kobach Coming Soon

Kansas Voting Rights Challenge Headed To Trial

Legal challenges to a Kansas law requiring proof of citizenship to register to vote are headed to trial next month. U.S. District Judge Julie Robinson on Friday added additional days to a previously scheduled trial that begins March 6 in Kansas City, Kansas. The new schedule sets aside eight days for the bench trial.

Kansas City Béisbol En Español

Royals partner with KYYS-1250 AM "La Super Estacion" to broadcast twenty games in Spanish

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Royals are excited to announce that select home games throughout the 2018 season will be broadcast in Spanish. The Royals have partnered with KYYS-1250 AM, "La Super Estacion," to broadcast 20 regular season home games in Spanish. The station is operated by the Reyes Media Group.

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