KCUR Morning Newscast 11-13-08
Kansas City, MO – Clay Chastain has appealed the decision that struck down his lawsuit against city council members for repealing the light rail plan voters approved.
State spending on higher education in Kansas would be cut by $114 million under a proposal by Governor Kathleen Sebelius.
The Kansas Lottery Commission has awarded the GTECH Corporation a contract to run the central computer system that will control slot machines at state-owned casino.
The Kansas Energy Council turns thumbs down to reducing the speed limit from 70 miles per hour to 65 on the state's highways.
The Social Security Administration ruling could mean some public school employees pay more for retirement.
Anheuser-Busch shareholders have approved the $52 billion sale of the nation's largest brewer to Belgium-based InBev.