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KCUR Evening Newscast 6-23-08

By Steve Bell


Kansas City, MO –

  • The Johnson County District Attorney's office says it has come to a settlement with eight employees Phill Kline fired when he took over - and the settlement did not involve money. Kline's office has contended that the suit, filed by seven former prosecutors and an investigator, was frivolous and that he was entitled to counter-sue for damages.
  • Mayor Mark Funkhouser explained terms of a new ordinance limiting steel plates that cover holes in streets. As of September 1, utility companies will face a 30 day time limit for the plates.
  • A 12-year-old boy who was reported missing from his home in the Riss Lake area of Parkville has turned up unharmed. The boy decided to run away and had been hiding from searchers.

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