KCUR Morning News 9-17-10
By Maria Carter
Kansas City, MO – A new coal-fired power plant in southwest Kansas is on track to get a state environmental permit by the end of the year.
University of Kansas Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little says she's close to naming a search committee to find a new athletic director.
The Kansas Republican Party says it will file an ethics complaint alleging illegal cooperation between a political action committee and Tom Holland, the Democratic candidate for governor.
New research led by Washington University in St. Louis has linked a gene to the rapid progression of Alzheimer's.
Missouri health officials say the state's immunization rate for a series of seven vaccines for toddlers is the lowest in the nation.