Outside the emergency room at Truman Medical Centers. In 2002, there were 43 reported emergency room visits (by city residents at ER's throughout the region) due to the unintentional use of guns. By 2010, that had more than doubled to 90 reported visits.
A Missouri house committee looks at revoking public assistance for those waiting on documents to prove they are here legally. More companies are turning to private labels to make a profit. Injuries from gun accidents have risen in Kansas City over the past decade. These stories & more from KCUR.
Missouri House Committee Looks At Revoking Public Assistance For Some Immigrants
Plans for a new airport terminal moved ahead. And Kansas Citians got to meet the man who played Branch Rickey., Han Solo and Indiana Jones.
Harrison Ford, Celebs Boost Negro Leagues At “42” Showing
Harrison Ford fans and baseball fans were out in force to see the star outside Thursday's special pre-release showing of the movie “42” about how Jackie Robinson broke the color line in Major League Baseball.
Missouri Senators grill the heads of the state Department of Public Safety and the Highway Patrol over the release of a concealed-carry list. Kansas City council endorses a plan for an airport redesign.
Missouri Senators Grill Public Safety Officials Over Releasing Conceal-Carry List
The President includes funding for NBAF in his budget. Kansas City recycles human waste as fertilizer. The Missouri Senate gives first round approval to a bill that would ban the state revenue department from scanning source documents when people apply for a driver’s license or conceal carry license.
Kansas prepares to move the state agriculture department from Topeka to Manhattan. A Missouri Senate committee has wrapped up work on a new criminal code, but it may be too late to get it passed by the legislature. A missing five-year-old girl was found unharmed. The Kansas City Royals win their home opener.
More than a half million Missourians will qualify for federal subsidies to help them buy health insurance according to a recent report. The tax deadline is looming for most people, but farmers face an unusual situation this year.
Report Finds 525,000 Missourians Will Be Eligible For Insurance Subsidies