KANSAS CITY, MO – KCUR Morning Headlines (3 min 25 sec)
The Air Force has agreed to move up a planned debriefing to tomorrow to discuss its decision to grant a $35 billion tanker deal to Airbus instead of Boeing.
A Missouri appeals court dealt another blow to Aquila in its bid to keep a Cass County power plant open. The Kansas City Star reports the court ruled against Aquila in its latest string of appeals.
In Kansas, legislators still are working on an energy bill to allow a $3.2 million coal fired plan project to move forward in southwest Kansas.
Planned Parenthood has reached a major turning point in the organization's ongoing battles over accusation about its clinic's operations and procedures. That's according to Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri President Peter Brownlie. A Johnson County grand jury was empaneled in December after a petition drive and announced earlier this week it found NO reason for an indictment against the clinic.
Kansas wildlife officials report a documented sighting of a northern river otter in Douglas County in more than a century.