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Tue November 20, 2012
Top Of The Morning News: November 20, 2012
The ambulance service in Kansas City, Missouri might expand and refocus in two weeks. Artwork at the South Branch Library in Kansas City, Kansas draws inspiration from Dr. Seuss.
Kansas City Ambulance Furor Distills
The panel that oversees policies for the Kansas City Fire Ambulance Service will expand and refocus if the City Council approves in two weeks. Learn more here.
Look Up, Look Down, Look Around
At the new South Branch Library in the Argentine district in Kansas City, Kan., nine 700-pound bronze panels flank the entrance, some with images of vertical stacks of library books. Artist Michael Wickerson says he drew on the theme, "Look Up, Look Down, Look All Around," a nod to children's author, Dr. Seuss, and a line from his book, Oh, the Thinks You Can Think!