KCUR Morning News 10-14-10
Kansas City, MO – The $400 million Kauffman Center for the performing arts is officially set to open next year on September 16th.
Attorneys general in all 50 states are jointly investigating whether mortgage companies mishandled documents that resulted in hundreds of thousands of home foreclosures across the country.
Kansas Secretary of State Chris Biggs is encouraging Kansans to vote early.
The University of Kansas will open a new School of Public Health on the Kansas Medical Center campus in KCK, possibly as early as next fall.
A new sculpture was unveiled yesterday at the corner of 9th and Broadway in downtown Kansas City.
The Kansas Highway Patrol will have extra troopers to Lawrence today as football fans swarm the city for the Kansas State-Kansas game.