KCUR Morning news 11-4-10
By Maria Carter
Kansas City, MO – The passage of three Kansas City issues yesterday will allow work to resume on public safety improvements and voter redistricting.
A federal judge has dismissed a case challenging the way Supreme Court judges are appointed in Kansas.
The GOP surge that swept most of the country also appears to have benefitted Republicans in the Missouri General Assembly.
The Kansas State Board of Education will meet Wednesday to discuss a potential statewide anti-bullying policy.
The University of Kansas Medical Center will be expanding its medical school to Salina.