Wed November 14, 2012
Top Of The Morning News: November 14, 2012
Kansas Governor Brownback says the end of a wind energy tax credit could cost Kansas jobs. Google lights up its fiber network in KCK. Those stories & more from KCUR.
Veterans Affairs Department Partners With KU On Telemedicine
The federal government and the University of Kansas are partnering to make it easier for veterans to receive health care. Learn more here.
Brownback Pushes Wind Energy Tax Credit
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback is continuing his push for an extension of a federal wind energy tax credit, saying it’s vital for jobs. Read more here.
Google Fiber Goes Live
Google begins installing high speed internet in Kansas City, Kansas. Find out more here.
Missouri Lawmakers Look At Review Of Compensation And Benefits
A legislative committee wants Missouri to hire a company to review state employee salaries and benefits. Find out more here.