KCUR Newscast
9:40 am
Fri January 7, 2011

KCUR Morning News 1-7-11

Kansas City, MO – A nursing student at Johnson County Community College can head back to class. Doyle Burns was one of four students who posed for cell phone pictures with a placenta during a class, and then posted the photos on Facebook.

As Missouri prepares to execute Richard Clay next week, the ACLU has learned that the state is running out of one of the drugs used in the lethal injection process.

Legislation that would block pay raises for judges in Missouri has been introduced in the State Senate.

President Obama signed a much-anticipated food safety bill into law this week. Bryan Thompson spoke with a K-State food safety expert, who says it doesn't address the root of the problem.

President Obama signed a much-anticipated food safety bill into law this week. Bryan Thompson spoke with a K-State food safety expert, who says it doesn't address the root of the problem.