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KCUR Evening News 8-19-09

By Steve Bell


Kansas City, MO –

  • Temporary benefits compliance costs MO unemployment fund $133 million in stimulus money.
  • Two Wyandotte County casino management proposals remain alive: Cordish and Penn Hollywood.
  • Hundreds gather in Jefferson City to memorialize late Governor Warren Hearnes.
  • Area firefighters memorializd five killed in 1959 Southwest Boulevard tank blaze.
  • Area supporters of health care change frustrated by outpouring of misinformation.
  • Opponents of Shawnee Mission park deer kill get hearing before parks board.

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