KCUR Morning News 9-14-10 | KCUR

KCUR Morning News 9-14-10

Kansas City, MO – Kansas Governor Mark Parkinson will head to Washington, D-C when his term expires to become the chief executive of an association representing the nation's nursing home industry.

The Overland Park City Council has hired a consulting firm to find a new city manager.

The Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department has enlisted the help of Kansas University geography students to chart trail maps near Clinton Lake.

The unique way public health services are being regionalized in Kansas will be featured at a conference in Atlanta.

Missouri Senate candidates Roy Blunt and Robin Carnahan have agreed to debate next month at the Lake of the Ozarks.