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KCUR Morning News 11-2-09

By Maria Carter


Kansas City, MO – A Shawnee man alleges in a lawsuit that he was mistakenly jailed for 25 extra days and billed almost $900 for those extra days of being locked up.

There were more customers than doses at a free flu shot clinic in Kansas City Saturday.

The former chair of the Kansas Chamber of Commerce has been tapped to lead the state's Department of Commerce.

Dozens of illegal gambling machines have been destroyed in Kansas after being confiscated from a supplier who had placed them in businesses across the state.

Kansas Senate Majority Leader Derek Schmidt wants to allow more cases to be settled in small claims court.

The Kansas African American Museum in Wichita has receive a grant to help it establish a program to chronicle the state's black history.

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