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KCUR Morning News 12-7-09

By Maria Carter


Kansas City, MO – Missouri Governor Jay Nixon says he's still determined to boost the number of poor Missourians eligible for Medicaid.

Topeka has gone smoke-free.

Kansas lawmaker Bill Otto says he's sorry his redneck rap video offended some people.

Wichita has been picked to host the 2011 Junior Olympics.

The University of Missouri football team accepted an invitation yesterday (SUN) to the Texas Bowl in Houston.

The Jayhawks racked up another win. The top ranked Kansas men pulled away in the second half yesterday to defeat UCLA 73-61.

The Kansas City Chiefs lost to the Denver Broncos yesterday 44-13, bringing the Chiefs' record to 3-and-9 for the season.

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