WEBVTT WE ARE LEARNING OF BUSES STUCKON THE ICE NOW.JOHNNY: THE CONCERN WAS WHATIMPACT THE ICE LEFT TIME BY THEWATER MAIN BREAK WOULD HAVE ONTRAFFIC.YOU SEE A CITY BUS THAT MADE THETURN TO HEAD WEST ERA GOT HUNGUP ON A THICK PATCH OF THE ICE.THE DRIVER GOT IN THERE ANDTRIED TO BACK OUT OF IT.THEY JUST COULDN'T GET ANYTRACTION ON THE TIRES.IT APPEARS THE DRIVER IS WAITINGFOR HELP TO, GET THEM OUT OF THEICE.THAT IS A BIT OF A HANG UP HERE.OCCASIONALLY, IT WILL BACKTRAFFIC UP AT THIS CORNER.THIS...
WEBVTT MARTIN: THIS STARTS AS A DEATHINVESTIGATION AND IT IS STILL ADEATH INVESTIGATION AFTER AONE-VEHICLE ACCIDENT AT US 40 INTHE BERM OVER THERE.A VAN OR PICKUP TRUCK CRASHED INTHERE.ONE VEHICLE NEAR US 40 ANDMANCHESTER.POLICE AND PARAMEDICS ARRIVEDAND QUICKLY FIGURED OUT THIS WASSOMETHING FAR MORE SERIOUS THANA ONE-CAR ACCIDENT.THE MAN WAS UNRESPONSIVE ANDWITHIN A FEW MINUTES HAD BEENDECLARED DEAD.NOW POLICE ARE TRYING TO FIGUREOUT IF HE DIED IN A CRASH OR DIDHE DIE IN A CRASH OR...
WEBVTT KANSASRIVER.MARTIN AUGUSTINE IS THERE LIVE.MARTIN: THE RAILROAD NEAR 14THAND METROPOLITAN EXTREMELY BUSY.YOU SEE THE LINES.HERE COMES A TRAIN.RAILROAD TRAFFIC YOUR ISCONSTANT.IT HAPPENS 24 HOURS THREAT THEDAY.WHAT IS PUZZLING TO THEINVESTIGATORS -- HOW THE THENGOT ONTO THE TRAIN TRACKS.EASY IT WAS NORTHBOUND ON 14THSTREET WHEN SOMEHOW THE DRIVERLOST CONTROL, WENT DOWN ANDEMBANKMENT, AND FLIPPED UP ON TOTHE RAILROAD TRACKS.WHETHER OR NOT THERE WAS A CRASHWITH ANOTHER VEHICLE OR...
OPKS police say incident near 134th St and Larsen a hoax. 2 teenage boys and their father home at the time. Police say boys say they did NOT make the 911 call. Police studying original call to determine its origin. Investigation could lead to criminal charges. Neighborhood open. https://t.co/YJ86btsarM
OPKS police surround a home after a man calls 911 to say he has “shot a relative.” He also warns police he will shoot officers that approach. Neighbors near scene at 131st and Larsen told to stay indoors. https://t.co/jTUQRv85xQ
Rush brothers return to KC basketball. Both JaRon and Kareem will hold front office positions, Kareem will also play, for KC Tornados of the new North American Premier Basketball league! In Center is head coach Calvin Thompson.#NAPB#KCTornadoshttps://t.co/7RaLjyH0Ym
Ice alert! Watch out for this large patch of ice at 135th and Wornall KCMO. Water main break produced this, and with frigid weather, the ice will not melt. Be careful! #kcwater#kcmohttps://t.co/q5C5F0bH4G
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Selecting a term
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