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KCUR Morning Newscast 11-18-08

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Kansas City, MO – Attorneys for abortion provider George Tiller are trying to show in court that former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline had plans to prosecute before taking office.

Military Veterans of the First Gulf War suffer real illnesses caused by chemical exposures and have been badly served by the V.A.

About 370 soldiers from Fort Riley are scheduled to come home early today after serving in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Another gaming company has dropped its plans to build and manage a casino in Kansas.

The University of Missouri system has put a freeze on hiring at all four campuses.

The union representing about 700 Boeing Co. engineers in Wichita has started contract talks with the aircraft manufacturer.

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