State Faces Budget Crisis 

With the state facing a $400,000,000 shortfall, the governor has less than a month to come up with a balanced budget.That means more cuts to state programs and services.State revenues in October came up nearly $27,000,000 short.Department of Administrative & Financial services commissioner Ryan Low says most of the missing money is individual income taxes that were not paid.80% of the state budget goes to education and health and human services.Low says those two areas will be hit hard by cuts.DHHS is expected to take another $9,000,000 hit, but it’s not clear which services will be trimmed.The governor will release the details of the cuts Friday, which will take place immediately.