Related Program: KBIA Newscast Newscast for May 04, 2012 By Jacob Fenston • May 4, 2012 Related Program: KBIA Newscast TweetShareGoogle+Email Republican Senator Rob Schaaf of St. Joseph blocked creation of the prescription drug database. Jacob Fenston / KBIA Regional coverage from the KBIA newsroom, including: Prescription drug database doomed in Senate House narrowly passes teacher layoff bill TweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content House narrowly passes teacher layoff bill By Associated Press & Ashley Hartman • May 4, 2012 The Missouri House passed legislation yesterday that would bar school administrators from using teacher seniority in layoffs. Under the bill, teachers' performance would need to be the most important factor in those decisions. Prescription drug database doomed in Senate By Associated Press & Marshall Griffin & Mary McGuire • May 4, 2012 Jacob Fenston / KBIA A Missouri senator has successfully killed a bill that would have authorized a government database to track people's prescription drug purchases. MoDOT to crack down on youth impaired driving By Gina Cook • May 3, 2012 KOMU / Flickr The Missouri Department of Transportation is cracking down on youth impaired driving.