KCUR Morning News 5-1-09
By Maria Carter
Kansas City, MO – The Platte River rises in the Northland.
A school superintendent from Pueblo Colorado has been chosen from a pool of 50 candidates to lead Kansas City Missouri's district.
Fewer people are running red lights after red light cameras were installed at 39th and Southwest Trafficway.
The Missouri House has passed a bill giving citizens a tax cut that would be paid for in part by federal stimulus dollars.
Swine flu concerns have prompted the University of Kansas to cancel a summer language trip to Mexico.
For the first time since 2003, the Kansas City Royals finished the month of April with a winning record.