KANSAS CITY, Mo. (WIBW) -- The freezing cold temperatures forced the U.S. Postal Service to cancel delivery service across much of the upper Midwest and into the Great Plains states.
However, postal workers in northeast Kansas will still be running their routes, despite initial reports from the Postal Service.
13 NEWS has confirmed with the USPS that delivery service will still occur in all of Kansas.
The USPS had originally said all deliveries across the three-state region encompassing Kansas, Nebraska, and Missouri was suspended. In its update, the USPS said only portions of northern Missouri and parts of Nebraska are affected.