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July 1, 2014 6:26 PM

Kansas City moves in the right direction on murder, gunshot numbers

Kansas City closed out June with good reasons to be encouraged that efforts to abate violent crimes may be showing results. Though the murder count of 34 represents tragedies for many families and for the community, it is significantly lower than what the city has experienced in recent years.

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