The view from the front of a bus carrying Kansas City area residents on the Pennsylvania Turnpike on Saturday showed a snow plow trying to clear a lane for passenger cars to escape a huge backlog caused by a massive winter storm.
The view from the front of a bus carrying Kansas City area residents on the Pennsylvania Turnpike on Saturday showed a snow plow trying to clear a lane for passenger cars to escape a huge backlog caused by a massive winter storm. Courtesy of Rick Boyle
The view from the front of a bus carrying Kansas City area residents on the Pennsylvania Turnpike on Saturday showed a snow plow trying to clear a lane for passenger cars to escape a huge backlog caused by a massive winter storm. Courtesy of Rick Boyle

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    Tech N9ne, a rapper who was born and raised in Kansas City, joined the Twelfth Street Heritage Development Corporation Wednesday night to perform and give out 1,000 Christmas toys to Kansas City urban kids at the annual Santa's Wonderland event. Watch Tech N9ne perform his songs "KCMO Anthem" and "Hood Go Crazy."