© 2022 Kansas City Public Radio
NPR in Kansas City
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00
0:00
Available On Air Stations

KCUR Morning Newscast 8-22-08

By Maria Carter, KCUR Newsroom

http://stream.publicbroadcasting.net/production/mp3/kcur/local-kcur-748203.mp3

Kansas City, MO – Environmental officials say a closed insulation plant in Cameron, Missouri has elevated but not toxic levels of lead and arsenic.

The Kansas City council passed a domestic violence ordinance yesterday that makes it a municipal crime to violate an order of protection.

The University of Kansas has been named one of "the premier college bargains in the United States" by a top college guide.

Some motorists in Topeka may be confused by a new device that motorcycle cops have been using in the Capital City.

Kansas lawmakers are calling on the Pentagon to extend the deadline for bids on the 35 billion-dollar Air Force refueling tanker contract.

Independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader will appear on Missouri's ballot in November.

KCUR serves the Kansas City region with breaking news and powerful storytelling.
Your donation helps make non-profit journalism available for everyone.