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KCUR Morning Newscast 2-26-08

By Maria Carter

KANSAS CITY, MO –
KCUR Morning Headlines (3 min 17 sec)

  • Kansas City International got some good news. It's been ranked the third least miserable airport by US News and World report.
  • Kansas lawmakers will meet again today about a bill to allow two-coal fired power plants.
  • In Missouri, a new coal fired power plant has gotten the blessing of environmental regulators.
  • Kansas Attorney General Stephen Six is asking state lawmakers for more money to fight the growing number of crimes committed through the internet.
  • Kansas lawmakers say they're startled by an audit's findings that Kansas has spent $1.5 billion on economic development over the past five years.
  • It's finally official. Democrat Barak Obama and Republican John McCain won the Missouri primaries. Secretary of State Robin Carnahan has certified the primary results.

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