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KCUR Morning News 5-11-09

By Maria Carter

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Kansas City, MO – Kansas confirmed four more local swine flu cases yesterday, bringing the total to 22 in the state. The Department of Health and Environment said in a news release that the latest cases involve one adult and one child in Johnson County and two children in Wyandotte County. Missouri has confirmed ten cases of the H1-N1 virus, with four more considered probable.

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Three days after a massive storm ripped across southern Missouri, thousands of people in the state are still without power.

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