The southern part of Kansas City has been experiencing delays in trash pickup throughout the summer. Waste disposal companies say the problems are tied to a shortage of drivers.
The southern part of Kansas City has been experiencing delays in trash pickup throughout the summer. Waste disposal companies say the problems are tied to a shortage of drivers. Jennifer Hack File photo by The Star
The southern part of Kansas City has been experiencing delays in trash pickup throughout the summer. Waste disposal companies say the problems are tied to a shortage of drivers. Jennifer Hack File photo by The Star

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  • Overland Park council candidate says she's being bullied. Her opponent disagrees.

    Overland Park city council candidate Gina Burke says incumbent Terry Goodman has besieged her with texts and other communications urging her not to run and demeaning her candidacy. Goodman says he's raising legitimate concerns about her inexperience.