KCUR Morning News 7-8-09
By Maria Carter
Kansas City, MO – Traffic in Kansas City isn't that bad at least according to a traffic congestion study released by the Texas Transportation Institute today.
One area likely to face delays this morning near the Missouri 291 bridge.
Missouri is looking for private companies or organizations to help expand broadband Internet access in the state.
The Missouri Housing Development Commission held a teleconference at their home office in Kansas City yesterday to tighten standards for employees and contractors.
Missouri has joined the majority of states in letting men challenge paternity findings. Missouri Governor Jay Nixon signed a bill giving men two years to contest paternity with a DNA test.