KCUR News
9:33 am
Tue May 18, 2010

Top Of The Morning News: May 18, 2010

Kansas City, Mo. – Rain turned this year's Rockfest into a mud-fest. Acres of grass at Liberty Memorial and Penn Valley Park were torn up and left a muddy mess.

A Lenexa man who organized protests against a deer hunt in Shawnee Mission Park has been put on probation for violating a protection order.

IBM is opening a delivery center in Columbia that will create up to 800 jobs.

A state senator who's running for Kansas secretary of state faces allegations that he violated campaign finance laws.

Missouri Senate President Pro Tem Charlie Shields has a new job in the private sector.