Wed May 29, 2013
Top Of The Morning News: May 29, 2013
A proposed expansion of the Sunflower Electric power plant in southwest Kansas has ran into trouble in court. Officials break ground on a power plant for the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility. After promising start to the season, the Kansas City Royals have been faltering recently.
Another Snag In Plans For Power Plant
An appellate court in Washington, DC, says a federal agency violated the law by clearing the way for expansion of Sunflower Electric’s power plant in Holcomb, Kansas without first reviewing its impact on the environment. Read more here.
Officials Break Ground On NBAF Power Plant
Federal , state, and local officials gathered Tuesday afternoon at a ceremonial groundbreaking for a power plant on the site of the proposed National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility in Manhattan, Kansas. Find out more about the first phase of building here.
Young Players Let Royals Down, Again
What started out as a promising season has turned into another nightmare for the Kansas City Royals. Much of the Royals' high hopes depended on the production of the young players they've developed such as Eric Hosmer and Mike Moustakas, but they've been disappointing. Find out what manager Ned Yost has to say here.