Kansas City, Missouri – For many of us, Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner could cost a pretty penny more this year than it did last year. That's because 2 years ago farmers were not enjoying the prosperity they are today.
Your turkey or chicken, roast beef or ham, cost you 6 to 8 cents more on the dollar this year than it would have last year, says the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. Dairy products were significantly higher as well.
Kansas City, MO – A state senator filed legislation Wednesday to repeal a voter-approved law that creates new regulations for dog breeders in Missouri, saying voters were misled and the rules won't curb animal abuse. A report released yesterday suggests business confidence in the Midwest is getting better.The Chief Medicare-Medicaid officer encourages KC operatives. And Missouri Congressman Ike Skelton said good by to Capitol Hill last night. Stories on KCUR Morning News.