A few headlines for today that we put into focus. Take a look:
Kansas City Draining?!?!
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Reuters) - Record flooding along the Missouri River that left death and destruction in three Midwestern states appeared to have crested on Sunday in the Kansas City area without causing major damage and continued to move downstream, local officials said.
Happy Rock Springs A Leak
A water main broke Saturday morning in Gladstone, effecting residents on near Northeast 64th Street and North Forest Avenue.
Motorcyclist in critical condition after accident on I-35 ramp to SB Metcalf Ave
The Kansas Highway Patrol is on the scene of a serious injury accident involving an SUV and a motorcycle.The wreck happened on the southbound ramp from Interstate 35 to Metcalf Avenue.Emergency crews received the call Sunday at 3:45 p.m.KHP shut down the lanes leading to Metcalf Avenue southbound to clear the scene.
Flood Remains In Riverside
RIVERSIDE, Mo. -- Officials in Riverside, Missouri say 9 Highway is expected to remain closed in both directions due to flooding through Monday rush hour. 9 Highway has been closed to traffic since Saturday evening in both directions. Southbound 9 Highway traffic will be exited on to Riverway Boulevard, turning left at the exit and then turning right at NW Platte Road.
Soggy Target Practice Cancelled
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Flooding has overtaken the Kansas City, Kansas, Police Department's firing range. KCKPD Chief Terry Ziegler posted several pictures of the flooded range via Twitter Sunday morning. The range is located across the Missouri River from Parkville, Missouri. According to a release from KCKPD, "The road leading to the Range became impassable last Sunday, March 17th."
Kansas City Royals 'First To Worst' Rank
For a team that has gyrated between mediocrity and atrociousness for the better part of three decades, the Kansas City Royals sure seem to annoy me the most. Maybe it was because of their annoying ability to trip into back to back World Series' in 2014 and 2015, the latter of which resulted in a championship.
TKC READER SUGGESTED LINK SHARES BIG PICTURE ABOUT THE MUELLER REPORT!!!
There's so much we don't know about the Mueller report. But here are two things we do, if history is any guide. One is the difference between drama and action. In fiction we hunger for the suspenseful turning point - in novels from Sherlock Holmes right through "Gone Girl," in courtroom dramas from the classic "Witness for the Prosecution" to the latest "NCIS."
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