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Kansas City Running Wild
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - This is the 29th year for the Trolley Run and it drew an impressive crowd. Since 1952, CCVI has taught children with visual impairments how to function at their highest level. The four-mile run starts here at 75th and Wornall and ends on the Country Club Plaza.
Traffic along westbound Interstate 70 came to crawl Sunday afternoon when more than a dozen vehicles were damaged when they struck a pothole near the Paseo Several of the vehicles had to be towed from the scene, according to media reports. The damaged vehicles caused traffic to back up into the Jackson Curve on westbound I-70.
Kansas Cuts Off Po'Folk
TOPEKA, Kan. - AT&T says it will withdraw from a Kansas program that subsidizes landline telephone service for low-income residents. The Lawrence Journal-World reports most AT&T customers who participate in the Kansas Lifeline Service Program will no longer receive the subsidies after May 31.
Outsider View Of Cowtown Fun
PHOTO: Kansas City has a number of great options for those looking to spend a night on the town. (photo via Flickr/Photoguyinmo Swatzell ) More than anything, Kansas City is known for its barbecue, but the "City of Fountains" offers so much more than just good ribs and burnt ends.
The QB Controversy Has Started
8:00 AM ET Adam TeicherESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Chiefs for 20 seasons for Kansas City Star Joined ESPN in 2013 KANSAS CITY, Mo.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .