The Missouri River swallowed up two people seen jumping from the Kit Bond Bridge at midday.
Traffic was stopped on the span that carries some 100,000 vehicles a day.
Police talked with at least one witness.
Visibility was obscured by snow squalls that whipped the river at the time.
KCUR’s Dan Verbeck gave a description from the site where the river search was launched and ended--“this is Riverfront Park, downstream from the Bond Bridge."
The Kansas City Fire Department released a report on the explosion that happened at JJ's restaurant in February, and Missouri launched a new campaign to discourage meth "smurfing." These stories & more from KCUR.
Explosion Probe Incomplete
Twenty-six years after signing on as a Kansas City firefighter, Paul Berardi has become the chief of the department.
Mayor Sly James went to the Kansas City Emergency Operations Center for a briefing on readiness for the All-Star Game and most immediate interest shifted to the heat wave.
The Kansas City Council has affirmed a three-year contract with Local 42 of the Firefighters Union. Accord came after weeks of negotiations.
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