Thousands of people in the metro Kansas City area were without power Sunday following strong storms that moved through Saturday night, downing power lines and tree limbs. Many spent the morning cleaning up debris and restoring electricity.
"The vast majority of the damage is right in Kansas City," Chris Kurtz, senior director of engineering at KC P&L said Sunday afternoon that of all the 140,000 customers that had power outage, 90,000 has been restored and the rest will take a couple of days.
Kansas City Royals manager Ned Yost looks back at being fired by the Milwaukee Brewers in 2008, after a Chicago reporter asks about what it was like going back and playing them after becoming manager of the Royals. Chicago White Sox manager Rick Renteria is preparing to face his former team, the Chicago Cubs.
Wayne St. Vincent, Barry Harbor neighborhood board member, discusses why his neighborhood and others oppose a mixed-income housing development proposed for Northwest Barry Road and Platte Purchase Drive. They fear the impact on crime and housing values and want commercial development there instead.
Strong storms cut power to thousands in the Kansas City area Saturday night, including the Kansas City Pet Project's animal shelter. That left volunteers having to care for dozens of frightened animals in the dark. The electricity was restored shortly before 9 a.m.
Kansas City Royals fan Michael Wheeler, who goes by the name KC Superman, can be found running around Kansas City and Kauffman Stadium in his Superman costume. An avid runner, fans often see him running through the stands of the stadium cheering the team on during a rally.