Inspections of vehicles entering parking garages at Kansas City International Airport are coming to an end. Security guards have been conducting the inspections since the September 11th terrorist attacks. Starting Monday, a car search will no longer be part of a trip to the airport parking lots. Officials at KCI say a combination of reduced terrorist alert levels and alternative security measures are allowing the airport to put an end to the inspections. Airport police patrols inside the garages will, however, be stepped up.