KCUR Morning News 12-28-10
Kansas City, MO – There are signs some Missouri lawmakers will try to dilute or overturn November's vote to pass Proposition B, so backers of the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act have started a billboard campaign.
Will Royster narrowly lost the Democratic primary for a Missouri House seat in Northeast Kansas City, and he now plans to contest the election before the House.
Kansas Lottery officials say the first state-owned casino has been a winner its first year.
Kansas drivers should resist the urge to text while driving beginning this weekend.
MU football players, coaches, and fans are in Tempe, Arizona getting ready for tonight night's bowl game against the University of Iowa.