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Trooper in Jackson County continues to lead Missouri in number of DWI arrests3m26s

Trooper in Jackson County continues to lead Missouri in number of DWI arrests

When it comes to stopping drunk drivers, no Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper does it better than one in Jackson County. Trooper Aaron Engelhart has arrested the most people on suspicion of driving while intoxicated among MSHP troopers in three of the past four years. In his 6-year career, Engelhart has made 684 DWI arrests.

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Published: March 22, 2019
Missouri River in Parkville now expected to crest at 33.7 feet by Saturday1m49s

Missouri River in Parkville now expected to crest at 33.7 feet by Saturday

Right now, the Missouri River at Parkville is at 30.44 feet. The National Weather Service said it expects it to crest at 33.7 feet by Saturday evening. While floodwaters continue to rise, hundreds of people stopped by the Farmers Market in Parkville to look at the floodwaters' impact to English Landing park.

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Published: March 21, 2019
Lee’s Summit uses device to inspect condition of water line without shutting off water flow2m04s

Lee’s Summit uses device to inspect condition of water line without shutting off water flow

Leaders in Lee’s Summit, Missouri, will learn about the condition one of its most important water mains by using a device for the first time which allows for an inspection without turning off the water. The sanitized “PipeDiver” will travel through the 2.5 feet wide pipe for six miles. Along the way the PipeDiver will collect information about the quality of the line which pumps drinking water into the city from a treatment center in Independence.

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Published: March 21, 2019