November 19 2019 7 AM KPRS Newscast

Kansas U.S. Representative Sharice Davids is taking aim at surprise medical bills with a new piece of legislation. From KCUR Alex Smith reports.

Officials say that at current sedimentation rates, the Kansas River Basin will not be able to meet the eastern part of the state’s water needs as early as 2057.

Missouri  Governor Mike Parson announced on Monday the start of the state’s new education campaign against youth vaping.

A couple of dozen children in the Jennings School District who are homeless are getting to school the same way as many suburban children: By minivan. St. Louis Public Radio’s Ryan Delaney reports.

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