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KCUR Morning News 10-7-10

By Maria Carter

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Kansas City, MO – An Olathe day care provider has been convicted of involuntary manslaughter after an 18-month-old girl spending her first day at the woman's home died.

An envelope plant in Lenexa will close by December, taking with it more than 200 jobs.

American Airlines announced it will recall 545 furloughed flight attendants.

It's now too late to register to vote in Missouri in time for the November general election. But for those who are registered, they could still miss out if their home address information is incorrect.

Missouri environmental officials say water samples from the Lake of the Ozarks showed none with high E. coli bacteria.

No more nooses will swing from the rafters at an Old West museum where a tourist almost accidentally hanged himself.

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