KANSAS CITY – Missouri legislators work on reducing malpractice insurance costs, Station Casinos to settle on lawsuit alleging improper business conduct, and Cleaver to make good on delinquent tax bill.
KANSAS CITY – The Missouri Legislature continues its special session, Kansas Gas Service submits rate hike request to state commission, and Donnelly Community College and UMKC enter into joint effort to help students.
Kansas City MO – "Bipartisan" Missouri nursing home bill passes, celebration sparks partisan conflict. Sebelius says she will veto budget-balancing proposal that postpones tax refunds. Kauffman grant of $750,000 gets Community Arts School project rolling.
Kansas City, MO – Holden tries to stave off cuts to education and social services, but Senate votes down his proposals. Kansas Senator Kerr says Governor Sebelius' latest budget proposal is divisive, not helpful. New KU coach Self keeps commitments from two top recruits.
Kansas City MO – City Council approves $20 million in bonds for Richards Gebaur, authorizes proposals for insurance benefits for all domestic partners. Missouri House threatens to fight for "no line items" budget. University of Missouri System and Northwest Missouri State won't pursue merger till next year.
Kansas City, MO – All Kansas news: the Senate delays budget vote until Tuesday, the State Supreme Court won't hear the Open Meetings lawsuit, and residents may need their Social Security number for driver's license applications in the future.
Kansas City – Voices of World War II, a project of UMKC Libraries, lets visitors hear music and radio broadcasts Kansas Citians heard on December 7, 1941 and throughout WWII... many listening on radios like the old Philco at the left. For the KCUR feature and URL address, click on "KCUR News Features" above.
Kansas City – Voices of World War II, a project of UMKC Libraries, lets visitors hear music and radio broadcasts Kansas Citians heard on December 7, 1941 and throughout the war. For the KCUR feature and URL address, click on "feature news" above.
Kansas City – Hearings start tonight on the sale of Health Midwest to HCA, a deal that would spawn a new 800-million dollar foundation. Overland Park celebrates the opening of it's new convention center.
KANSAS CITY – Fitch reduces Aquila bond status to "junk." Kansas Attorney General to challenge Wyandotte County and Edwardsville Sunday liquor sales. Judge lets libel convictions stand for publishers who alleged Mayor Carol Marinovich did not live in Wyandotte County.
KANSAS CITY – Aquila bond rating dropped to "junk." Attorney General to challenge Wyandotte County and Edwardsville Sunday liquor sales. Judge lets libel convictions stand for publisher and editor who alleged carol Marinovich did not live in Wyandotte County.
Kansas City – Johnson County delays count of provisional ballots in Kline-Biggs race for Attorney General. Kansas City Missouri budget cuts will be somewhat offset by G.O. bonds passed Tuesday... but bigger cuts must come next year.
Kansas City, MO – Voter turnout may exceed expectations. No problems reported yet in closely-watched St. Louis precincts. Graves may make more Kansas Budget cuts before January. Kansas City Missouri Parks reported littered with restrooms in disrepair.