Lewis Diuguid

February 20, 2015 12:57 PM

For TV news crews, snowfall during rush hour Thursday night oddly takes back seat to KCK candidates forum

Camera crews with reporters from three Kansas City area television stations showed up Thursday night for a Kansas City, Kan., candidates forum despite the rush hour snowfall that snarled traffic and caused wrecks throughout the metro area.

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