Fri March 10, 2006
By Maria Carter
Kansas City, MO – The Missouri House passes legislation restoring limited Medicaid benefits for the working disabled.
A constitutional amendment that would have changed the way Kansas Supreme Court justices are appointed has failed to get through the state Senate.
Todd Graves, U.S. Attorney for Western Missouri, will announce his resignation today.
Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline announced yesterday that he will launch an inquiry into the billing practices of not-for profit hospitals.
In Kansas, legislation adding a child's best interest as a factor in private adoptions is on its way to Governor Sebelius.
The city of Independence has won national recognition for keeping alive its claim on significant parts of American history.
Kansas State lost their match-up with Texas Tech yesterday, 73-65, and after the game they lost their coach, as Jim Wooldridge was removed from his duties after six years on the job without a post-season berth.
Missouri's men and women each fell in their respective games; the men lost to Nebraska 71-64, while the women were downed by Oklahoma 75-54.
The Kansas City Royals won their second straight exhibition game yesterday, out-slugging the Texas Rangers 12-4.