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October 29 The morning commute turned sloppy Tuesday as rains moved through the area contributing to numerous crashes. More News Crashes were peppered across the Kansas City roads, causing major delays for drivers. Some of the troubled areas,
Be prepared to avoid a traffic nightmare on Saturday...Both lanes of I-470 will be open, but delays are expected on that freeway, too. The Lee's Summit Police Department is asking drivers are asked to avoid the area if possible because detours will
A 22-year-old man working on a highway improvement project on Interstate 470 near Topeka died after he was hit by a car Sunday. The Kansas Highway Patrol says Curtis James Harlan of Arma died on impact Sunday. The accident occurred Sunday under an
Miami County closed after fatal crash More News A wrong-way driver collided head-on with another vehicle early this morning on U.S...The crash occurred shortly before 5:30 a.m. about two miles south of Kansas 68 in Miami County as a driver was headed
A 22-year-old Blue Springs woman was seriously injured this morning when she lost control of her car and crashed.Jenna Marlene S. Goring was headed west on Interstate 470 about 1:05 a.m. when she lost control of her car just west of Northeast
All westbound lanes of I-70 were closed about 5 p.m. from 4th Street to the MacVicar Avenue interchange in Topeka. Also closed are the westbound I-70 on-ramps from 3rd/4th Street and Topeka Boulevard, the Kansas Department of Transportation said.
The interstate is closed from 4th Street to the California Avenue Interchange, according to the Kansas Department of Transportation. That includes ramps from California Avenue and Adams Interchange to westbound I-70 and ramps from 4th, 8th and 10th
30 a.m. from Auburn Road in Shawnee County to Kansas 99 in Wabaunsee County, with detours around that area, a Kansas Highway Patrol spokesman said. That is the same section that authorities closed Monday for nine hours as police investigated a
Tom Gentry, Independence police spokesman, confirmed the shooting and said that one person appeared to be injured. The right two lanes of eastbound I-70 were closed east of Lee's Summit Road, according to Kansas City Scout.
On Tuesday, Lee's Summit voters are being asked to approve $37.4 million in bonds to pay for a variety of city improvements. On the ballot are four questions, dealing with public safety, infrastructure and road improvements. Some would open up