Johnny Rowlands Bio, Wiki
Johnny Rowlands is an American journalist and chief veteran helicopter pilot working for KMBC 9 News serving the station as a traffic reporter. He has been working with this station since 2003.
Johnny Rowlands Age
Rowlands manages to keep information regarding his dates of birth away from the limelight. An update of his age will be done once he has made the information public. However, judging from his appearance, he might be in his 70s.
Johnny Rowlands Height / Measurements
Rowlands stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 7 inches.
Johnny Rowlands Education
Rowlands has a Degree in Communications with a Minor in Journalism and was a Special Instructor in the Broadcasting Department at his alma mater, Baker University, in the early 1980s.
Johnny Rowlands Career
Rowlands works at KMBC9 News as a traffic reporter and also he is the Chief pilot of KMBC’s NewsChopper 9. His reports can be heard every Monday to Friday on “FirstNews” in the middle of 5 a.m. and 7 a.m., and on “KMBC 9 FirstNews” on Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. on KCWE. Also, you may find him reporting breaking news on the 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. news on Channel 9. He began his tv career on Channel 9 in the late ’70s whereby he worked as a cohost of the Muscular Dystrophy Telethon. Rowlands was part of the original “FirstNews” team in the late ’80s as Kansas City’s first tv airborne traffic correspondent, piloting his Cessna over the Kansas City morning rush hour.
Rowlands brings a special perspective to Channel 9’s news reporting, and he has captured stunning videos of several biggest stories of Kansas City. He does not report breaking news stories only but also he helped law enforcement and firefighters in different emergencies. He helped in guiding Merriam, Kan., firefighters where the two teenagers were trapped on the roof of a burning flat building and helped the police officers to rescue the old couple trapped in their house and the rising waters of Lake Annette in Cass County.
He caught up with a supercell near Dearborn, Mo, on May 29, 2004, which was among the tornadoes he tracked and videotaped the whole life cycle of a tornado, all the way from the first all the way from the “roping out”.The tornado warnings for the Dearborn area are based on the live video Rowland was sending back to Channel 9 as part of the station’s storm report which was represented by his coverage.
Johnny Rowlands’s Net Worth
In Rowlands’s career as a traffic reporter, he has been able to accumulate a net worth ranging between $1 Million and $3 Million.
How Much Does Johnny Rowlands Earn?
He receives annual earnings that range between $35,000 and $100,000.
Johnny Rowlands Parents and Siblings
Born and raised in the United States, Rowlands’s dad died in 1999 due to a cardiovascular breakdown. He manages to keep information regarding his mom and whether or not he has any siblings away from the limelight. An update of his family information will be done when available.
Johnny Rowlands Spouse
Rowlands is married to Angela Engle. The couple is blessed with two kids a girl and a boy. His first child with Angela is Harriet Rose who was born on October 10, 2018, she weighed 6 pounds and was named after her grandmother. He also has a son named Blake from his first marriage. Blake is an airline captain flying CRJ900 twin-engine jets for American eagle, the commuter provider for American Airlines.
Johnny Rowlands Kids
His first child with Angela is Harriet Rose who was born on October 10, 2018, she weighed 6 pounds and was named after her grandmother. He also has a son named Blake from his first marriage. Blake is an airline captain flying CRJ900 twin-engine jets for American eagle, the commuter provider for American Airlines.
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He launched his first driving school 5 years ago, and it has been the leading school in the area and has grown to three locations two in Overland park, one in Shaw nee, and a fourth opening soon in Prairie Village. He began his school because based on his 35 years + years of experience reporting on literally tens of thousands of wrecks, he knew they needed a whole new approach to drivers one that would actually change the way we define a safe teen driver. Because keeping teens safe means keeping them from getting hurt it’s better to teach them how to stay away from wrecks. That’s why he created a curriculum focused on collision avoidance.
Johnny RowlandsTwitter, Facebook, and Instagram
He is vocal on her social media accounts where he posts frequently. On his Twitter account, he has about 373 followers.