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KCUR Morning News 11-13-09

By Maria Carter


Kansas City, MO – The number of homeless in the Kansas City area has increased only slightly in the past year, and fewer homeless people are seeking social services.

Three years of groundwork, planning against rough economic times have paid off for Jackson County Missouri government.

Local health officials are expanding H1N1 vaccine eligibility to more high-risk groups, including people ages 5 to 24.

The University of Missouri is getting a winery.

Kansas officials are preparing to launch an energy efficiency loan program financed with federal stimulus dollars.

About 200 workers are being called back to Cessna in Wichita, starting in January.

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