KCUR Morning News 7-16-10
By Maria Carter
Kansas City, MO – Missouri lawmakers took time yesterday to trumpet a package of tax breaks for auto makers, designed to save thousands of jobs at the Claycomo assembly plant.
A second former University of Kansas athletics official admit he knew about a massive ticket scam.
Wyandotte County's Unified Government proposed a 6.4 percent property tax increase.
Among the new laws signed this week by Governor Jay Nixon is one that will lessen the restrictions on bingo operators in Missouri.
Wichita State University's Department of Anthropology is getting a $4 million gift from a late businessman.