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Top Stories of the Week

By Steve Bell


Kansas City, MO –

  • Cement workers to return to work after two strikes in one week.
  • City of Kansas City, MO lays off 141, will leave 275 jobs vacant.
  • K.C. fountains will flow, thanks to Water, Parks departments.
  • Funkhouser to court: "Volunteer ordinance violates my rights."
  • City proceeds with MAST takeover plan, residency exception.
  • Compromise reached with Cordish on P & L District dress code.
  • Johnson County government predicts $21 million shortfall.
  • Kansas 2010 budget cuts spending 3.8%, more cuts forecast.
  • Abortion, coal-fired power plants, minimum wage bills to Sebelius.
  • MO Senate advances plan to restore some Medicaid cuts.
  • Three companies enter new bids in quest for Wy. Co. casino.
  • Anderson basketball success nets $1.5 M per year contract.

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