The severe weather that swept through the metro area Saturday caused widespread damage, including disabling the traffic signals at 18th and Grand in downtown Kansas City.
The severe weather that swept through the metro area Saturday caused widespread damage, including disabling the traffic signals at 18th and Grand in downtown Kansas City. Toriano Porter tporter@kcstar.com
The severe weather that swept through the metro area Saturday caused widespread damage, including disabling the traffic signals at 18th and Grand in downtown Kansas City. Toriano Porter tporter@kcstar.com

Severe weather sweeps through KC area, causing widespread damage

July 22, 2017 11:06 PM

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