KCUR Morning News 7-28-10
By Maria Carter
Kansas City, MO – Kansas Senator Sam Brownback says his campaign will soon unveil a "roadmap for Kansas," which will lay-out his plans for the state -- should he be elected governor.
The Missouri Secretary of State's office predicts 24 percent of eligible voters will cast ballots in the primaries.
Wyandotte County is beefing up its efforts to end homelessness. The Unified Government will use $300,000 in stimulus money to renovate a building at 17th Street and Quindaro.
Missouri doesn't expect to have enough money this school year to pay out the minimum scholarship amounts set by law.
Kansas wants federal funds to help pay for removing debris and repairing infrastructure following storms and flooding in June.
One day after a 19-1 shellacking at the hands of the Minnesota Twins, the Kansas City Royals didn't fare much better last night, losing 11-2 at Kauffman stadium.