KCUR Newscast
9:38 am
Tue December 7, 2010

KCUR Morning Newscast 12-07-10

Kansas City, MO –

  • Jackson County's presiding Judge is retiring to become the county's counselor.

  • A debate over whether to allow chickens in Roeland Park city limits came one step closer to law last night.

  • There's a legislative effort in the Missouri House to bar the state and federal governments from forcing pharmacies to sell the morning after pill.

  • A successful probation program in Johnson County, Kansas will soon go statewide.

  • KU Officials have reopened a science building that was evacuated yesterday because of a 'strong chemical odor.'

  • A dozen pencil drawings from Kansas City artist Thomas Hart Benton drew in strong bids during at an auction over the weekend - some of the sketches will remain in Kansas City.

  • The fifth-ranked Kansas State men's basketball team cruised to an 89-55 win over Alcorn State last night.