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KCUR Morning News 5-24-10

By Maria Carter

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Kansas City, MO – An error in the budget that passed the Kansas House and Senate could mean a big funding loss for the state's universities and colleges.

A group of Iraqi educators will be touring five Missouri colleges and universities this week to learn more about higher education in the U.S.

Two of Missouri's biggest bicycle organizations are infuriated with Governor Jay Nixon.

The Missouri Conservation Department wants to help vacationers find good places for outdoor activities.

More than eight decades after he died, World War I veteran Donald Wylie will be laid to rest today in Jacksonville.

The Kansas City Royals were outslugged by the Colorado Rockies yesterday, losing 11-7 at Kauffman Stadium.

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