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KCUR Morning News 11-10-09

By Maria Carter

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Kansas City, MO – Sprint Nextel plans to cut another 2,500 jobs,about 6 percent of the company's workforce.

Scott Roeder has confessed to the shooting of a Kansas abortion provider.

The Johnson County Park Board said 313 deer were killed in the first efforts to reduce the overpopulated deer herd in Shawnee Mission Park.

Tight state cash flow means the Kansas Department of Education is having a tough time making some payments to school districts. That's causing headaches for some school administrators.

Missouri's recent decision to no longer fund mental health services for new, non medicaid patients has many area agencies worried.

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