The Missouri Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the way cities had been handling red-light camera tickets conflicted with state law and was invalid. Kansas City officials say they’ll try to restart the program in conformance with the new court guidelines.
The Missouri Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the way cities had been handling red-light camera tickets conflicted with state law and was invalid. Kansas City officials say they’ll try to restart the program in conformance with the new court guidelines. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com
The Missouri Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the way cities had been handling red-light camera tickets conflicted with state law and was invalid. Kansas City officials say they’ll try to restart the program in conformance with the new court guidelines. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com

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August 18, 2015 2:07 PM

Kansas City red-light cameras could resume, but in line with Missouri high court ruling

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