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11:28 am
Mon February 21, 2005

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Kansas City, MO – Kansas lawmakers to hear public comments on school funding plan, House committee debates fate of import drug proposal.

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11:24 am
Thu January 6, 2005

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Kansas City, MO – Progress being made in restoring power in wake of winter storm; bipartisan harmony the theme at opening of Missouri legislature; Olathe company sending much-needed assistance to Asian tsunami victims.

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1:34 am
Tue November 2, 2004

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Kansas City – Blunt wins governor chair, Republicans also maintain control of Missouri House and Senate. Bistate and charter amendment fail. Highway amendment passes. Other victors: Cleaver, Moore, Graves, Ryun,Bond, Brownback, Kinder, Carnahan, Steelman

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6:07 pm
Wed October 27, 2004

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Kansas City, MO – Holden signs Missouri for Canada drug reimportation plan. ACORN attacks Blunt statement on voter registration. Hanaway circumvents legislative rule on mailings before elections with newspaper inserts.

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6:38 pm
Thu October 21, 2004

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Kansas City – Patterson accuses Cleaver of lying about his age. Carnahan says Hanaway spent state funds to campaign. Missouri Supreme Court says child abuser list issue is no longer relevant. Catholic pro-abortion group wants St. Louis Archdiocese to lose tax-free status.

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8:19 am
Mon October 4, 2004

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Kansas City, MO – Hanaway presents plan very similar to Carnahan's. Missouri transportation hearing proposes: more federal money. Kline says water rights battle will continue. Democrats question Blunt's support of health programs. Overland Park teen judged competent for trial in killing of social worker.

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2:45 pm
Fri September 10, 2004

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Kansas City, MO – Federal agents shut down drug operations bringing thousands of pounds of illegal substances into the Kansas City area; Missouri children's support groups launch campaign to raise awarness of children's issues; Applebee's announces major expansion plans.

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10:18 am
Thu September 9, 2004

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Kansas City, MO – Westport school not likely to appeal ruling relinquishing control to KCMO School District; Kerry campaign will not advertise in Missouri due to expected GOP majority; Union Station receives $1.3 million for further improvements.

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10:48 am
Wed September 8, 2004

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Kansas City – Kansas to have full electronic voting capabilities within two years; Missouri Supreme Court to hear case involving Westport Charter School; Kansas lawmakers focus education discussions on students not fluent in English.

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12:20 pm
Tue September 7, 2004

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Kansas City, MO – Local and federal officials work on possible serial killer case; area festivals draw record attendance over holiday weekend; former prison inmates in Kansas sue for damages brought on by lack of cigarette time.

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11:59 am
Tue September 7, 2004

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Kansas City, MO – President Bush campaigns in Lee's Sumit, John Kerry responds, Qwick Shop tests system to stop gasoline theft in Kansas City.

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1:51 pm
Fri August 27, 2004

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Kansas City, MO – Nader vows to put nane on Missouri general election ballot; Cauthen to receive up to 18 percent salary bump; Sprint and SBC to combine efforts regarding wireless Internet customers.

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11:11 am
Thu August 26, 2004

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KANSAS CITY – Kansas school finance debate to be webcast; Rahn takes job as Missouri Transportation Director; new sales tax law in Kansas regarding used cars comes under fire.

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10:57 am
Mon July 26, 2004

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KANSAS CITY – Holden running slightly ahead of McCaskill in two polls, both candidates tout endorsers; Kansas legislative committee to resume meeting on school finance issue.

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1:13 pm
Wed June 16, 2004

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KANSAS CITY – Ashcroft speaks in KC, says gun crime control is working. First court ruling on Kansas Republican primary set for Friday. Sprint will cut 550 more area jobs. Bass Pro Shops commits to Independence complex.

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2:43 pm
Fri May 28, 2004

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Kansas City, MO – Kansas Legislature avoids school funding, Missouri Planned Parenthood looks for next move, Bob Dole sells Kansas tourism

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9:00 am
Thu May 27, 2004

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Kansas City, MO – Kansas Governor fends off Vetos, Missouri court enforces 24-hour waiting period for abortions.

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2:24 pm
Tue May 25, 2004

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KANSAS CITY – Missouri gains 20,000 jobs in April; Republican Congressional candidates debate in Johnson County; Study finds Wal-Mart received billions in government subsidies.

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2:32 pm
Wed April 28, 2004

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KANSAS CITY – Kansas House and Senate leaders agree amendment banning gay marriage should include civil unions; Missouri aims to boost enforcement of its parental consent law; Kansas City hears four options on how to better shape ambulance service.

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1:04 pm
Wed April 28, 2004

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Kansas City, MO – Kansas Legislature begins wrap-up session, Holden applauds efforts against methamphetamine, and Sprint will let go of more workers.

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1:11 pm
Tue April 20, 2004

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Kansas City, MO – Kansas officials await financial projections, Sprint offers good financial news, and Missouri receives another tobacco settlement check.

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11:41 am
Wed April 14, 2004

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Kansas City, MO – Largest Kansas National Guard alert of the war includes Kansas City units. McCaskill agrees with Republicans: Holden could have released school funds sooner. Mays kills Kansas tuition bill for illegal immigrants. Block unveils design for downtown headquarters.

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10:17 am
Tue April 13, 2004

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Kansas City, MO – Washington group calls Kansas City one of 30 most livable communities , Johnson County group discusses bi-state renewal, community group bans together against gun violence.

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8:17 am
Mon April 12, 2004

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Kansas City, MO – Easter shooting spree prompts formation of anti-violence coalition. First meeting set for Johnson County bistate panel. Havens Steel gets new 30-day lease on life.

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11:12 am
Thu April 8, 2004

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Kansas City – Holden releases the rest of witheld education funds. Republicans claim it proves weak collections are a thing of the past. DC office wants to cut up to $75 million a year from Kansas Medicaid.

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12:28 pm
Wed April 7, 2004

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Kansas City, MO – Missouri revenue collections up 5% for the year. Missouri House considers child welfare revisions. Federal judge rejects Wyandottes request for intervention.

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10:10 am
Tue April 6, 2004

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Kansas City – Missouri house passes budget bill that outspends Holden's education plan. Consultant says MAST suffered from poor financial planning. Wyandottes appeal casino closing to federal judge tomorrow.

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12:53 pm
Fri April 2, 2004

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Kansas City, MO – Appeals court upholds 30 year sentence for Robert Courtney. Holden requests amendment to make health care cuts more difficult. Sebelius signs voter ID law. Royals take season opener 9 -7 on Beltran homer.

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11:38 am
Fri March 12, 2004

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Kansas City – Kansas City council urges business owners to ban concealed fire arms in their establishments, conceal and carry opponents wait for a decision from the Missouri Supreme Court on another hearing. Kansas lawmakers reject a Johnson County school finance reform proposal and advance a measure to limit internet porn in libraries.

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10:50 am
Thu March 11, 2004

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Kansas City – City council urges businesses to declare themselves "no gun zones," prepares for Circuit Court to supervise municipal judtges. Missouri House passes malpractice reform bill that caps all personal injury damages. Kansas House defeats Shawnee Mission District school plan.

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