security

Up to Date
10:12 am
Wed August 27, 2014

Back-To-School Means Higher Security For Area Students

Schools all over the country have increased security on their campuses.
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If you haven’t been in a school lately, you might be surprised that entering one feels like passing through security at Fort Knox.

On Wednesday's Up to Date, we talk about the heightened safety procedures that schools have established in the wake of a trail of school shootings. We also look at the costs and effects of having a larger police presence there.

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Up To Date
9:00 am
Tue June 3, 2014

The CIA From The Cold War To Today

Historian and author of "National Insecurity" Mel Goodman visits with Steve Kraske about the changing role of the CIA.
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Since its creation in the late 1940s, the CIA has changed from a relatively limited intelligence agency to a big player in America's military complex. 

On Tuesday's Up to Date, Steve Kraske sits down with ex-CIA analyst Mel Goodman to talk about the changing role of the CIA throughout history. We'll discuss how different presidents transformed the powers and operations of the agency during the Cold War, the War on Terror, and today.

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Sports
9:20 am
Thu April 18, 2013

Kansas Speedway Focuses On Security This Weekend

Greg Echlin KCUR

This weekend marks the first of two NASCAR weekends at Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, Kansas.  In the wake of the deadly explosions at the Boston Marathon on Monday, security measures will be in full-effect at the speedway.

Kansas Speedway president Pat Warren says details of security precautions aren't fully disclosed.  However, it will be clear to spectators that coolers and backpacks will be inspected.

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KCMO City Hall
5:08 pm
Wed June 23, 2010

Door Smash Measure Moves Ahead

Kansas City, MO – New and certain renovated homes in Kansas City would have to meet more stringent security codes under a measure given first round approval by a city council committee today.

Intruders would find it harder to kick in a door and security lighting would be required in new homes and rehabbed houses where doors and door frames are replaced.

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