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KCUR Morning News 3-25-09

By Maria Carter

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Kansas City, MO – Authorities say a train struck and killed a man this morning in Independence.

The Kansas Senate has approved a budget plan that would avoid more spending cuts to public schools.

Kansas lawmakers have sent the governor a bill revising the requirements for serving on the state Commission on Veterans Affairs.

The Missouri Department of Health plans to change the way it gives out some twenty seven million dollars for home and community-based services for seniors.

A bill adding cell phones and fax machines to Missouri's no-call list receives first-round approval from the Missouri Senate.

Travelers should notice smoother roads in the Show-me state.

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