St. Louis, KC Will Share $24 M for Homeland Security
Washington, MO – The Department of Homeland security says the St. Louis and Kansas City areas will share $24 million in federal money, aimed at improving efforts to prepare for and respond to terrorism.
It's part of this fiscal year's $725 million budget for urban security. St. Louis got almost $10 million last fiscal year.
The areas receiving money are based on such factors as infrastructure, population density and threat intelligence information.
The Kansas City area got $9.7 million dollars under the program last year.