KCUR Morning Newscas 11-21-08
Kansas City, MO – The man who killed and decapitated the small girl known for years only as Precious Doe is sentenced to life plus 29 years in prison.
The Kansas City city council set the wheels in motion for a comprehensive shared-use trails program yesterday, and resolved to develop more consistent parking policies to minimize downtown tow-aways. But a projected budget shortfall of $60 to 80 million loomed throughout their two meetings.
Missouri and Kansas and have been named two of the dirty dozen stat for their coal fired power plants.
The first round of pink slips go out today to Boeing workers in Wichita.
The government expects the winter in Missouri and Kansas to be warmer than usual.
The University of Missouri men's basketball team was unable to hold on to a second-half lead yesterday and fell to Xavier 75-71 in the Puerto Rico Tip-Off Tournament. The Tigers are now 2 and 1 on the year.