KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City police are investigating a deadly crash and car fire on southbound 169 Highway.The incident occurred in the area of Shoal Creek Parkway. Southbound lanes of 169 Highway are closed between Cookingham Drive and 108th Street.This is a developing story. Refresh this page for updates.
WEBVTT CREEKS, STREAMS, RIVERS?THAT KIND OF THING?>> WE'VE SEEN EVIDENCE OF VERY HIGH WATER RECEDING JUST A BIT.THIS IS THE BRIDGE ON U.S. 136 OVER LONG BRANCH CREEK.LOOK AT THE RAILING AND LOG SITTING ON THE TOP OF IT.EVIDENCE THE WATER WAS UP OVER THE ROAD.THERE'S PLENTY OF DEBRIS AND LOOK HOW FAST THE WATER IS MOVING THROUGH THERE.10 INCHES PLUS OF RAIN FALLING HERE OVERNIGHT.SENDING THIS CREEK AND OTHERS UP.THE FLOODING HERE NEXT TO THE CREEK BUT THIS BRIDGE IS EVIDENCE OF THE WATER OVER...
Attacker described as man wearing all purpleKansas City police are investigating after three people were stabbed early Thursday near 38th Street and Broadway. Police officers were called to the area at 5:18 a.m. The victims went to hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries.
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