Yet another soggy weekend flushed sewer water into the streets as long-term infrastructure FAIL can't cope with what many believe is an "evolving" climate that only promises more extreme weather.
Meanwhile, Conservative skeptics doubt so-called "climate science" and point to this town's long history of flooding that, tragically, hasn't really improved since '51.
As temperatures threaten to rebound this week, we take a moment to consider the constant partisan debate over the sky falling . . .
Kansas City So Wet!!!
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - As of Sunday morning, more than 31 inches of rain have fallen at Kansas City International Airport since the start of the year, making the first half of 2019 the wettest start to a year in Kansas City history.
EPIC Midtown Sinkhole Debuts
A section of Gillham Road near Armour Boulevard in Kansas City collapsed Monday morning.Officials with the city said the collapse was caused by two sewer lines and a water that below the pavement. Crews have blocked off the road and continue to access the situation.Customers in the area should expect no water or low water pressure while repairs are made.
Cowtown Turns Into Toilet
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Heavy rainfall affected operations at four wastewater pump stations, according to a new release from KC Water on Sunday. The affected pump stations are the 87th Street Pump Station at 8810 Prospect Avenue, the Buckeye Creek Pump Station at 5201 NE Birmingham Road, the Birmingham Pump Station at 11011 NE Birmingham Road and the Burlington Creek Pump Station at 4700 NW Green Hills Road.
Developing . . .