Missouri elected a mostly Republican legislature, but most statewide offices went to Democrat. And pollsters were way off on the race between McCaskill and Akin. Those and other top stories of the week.
Three defendants were convicted of torching a downtown restaurant. And all eyes were on the East Coast and a storm like no other in its history. KCUR's Steve Bell recaps on those and other top stories of the week.
The KC city council plans to vote today on a funeral picketing ban aimed at Westboro Baptist Church members. All three defendants were convicted in the Hereford House arson case. That & more news from KCUR.
The Kansas City Chiefs changed quarterbacks. But the story that got the most ink and air-time in Kansas City was an arrest in Colorado. Those and other top stories of the week on the KCUR Saturday News Review.
Aviation officials look at plan that would mean big changes at KCI. Food conference attendees want presidential candidates to take a closer look at the nation’s food policy. That and more news from KCUR.
Citizens protested the planned removal of 189 stop-lights. And three key Kansas City area businesses were about to see major ownership changes. Those & other top stories on this week's Saturday News Review.
The Kansas City council hears a proposal for the future of KCI and complaints over changes in traffic lights. The Kansas City Board of Trade sales may be good for wheat growers. That & more news from KCUR.
The Kansas Supreme Court upheld the malpractice damage cap law. Kansas City school officials got tough on misbehavers at the African-Centered College Prep campus. Those and other top stories of the week.
Kansas' open meetings law turned out to be not as open as most thought. Congressman Kevin Yoder got in hot water for skinny-dipping. Those and other top stories of the week on KCUR's Saturday News Review.