KCUR Newscast
9:23 am
Mon April 25, 2011

KCUR Morning News 4-25-11

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Officials with the University of Kansas Cancer Center are watching to see how federal budget cuts might affect efforts to be designated a national cancer center.

Officials with the University of Kansas Cancer Center are watching to see how federal budget cuts might affect efforts to be designated a national cancer center.

Kansas lawmakers will meet to work on legislation aimed at fixing a deficit in the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System, or KPERS.

The director of Lambert-St. Louis International Airport says it's "amazing" that the tornado-damaged facility is up and running as well as it is.

Educators from several Kansas high schools are home from a Marine Corps workshop in California with what some say is a new outlook on the military.

Police say the teenager suspected in a fatal Wichita shooting early yesterday was on a weekend pass from the Wichita Children's Home.