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Top Kansas City news: Hero cops save stabbing victim in French Quarter; city limits TB testing; more

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Halls helps ‘Queer Eye’ cast stay ‘sexy yet elegant’ in Kansas City

KMBC 9’s Donna Pitman is focusing on the Kansas City institution that caught the Fab Five’s attention.

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2 Kansas City police officers praised for helping save French Quarter stabbing victim

Two Kansas City Police Department sergeants who saved a man’s life while in New Orleans for a convention received a hero’s welcome when they returned home.

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Kansas City Catholic school teacher says she was fired for being single and pregnant

The local diocese disputes her claims, insisting her contract wasn’t renewed because of performance issues that had nothing to do with her pregnancy.

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Kansas City health officials limit tuberculosis testing, due to shortage

The Health Department still offers blood tests to detect tuberculosis. However, those cost $100 and are available only on Tuesdays.

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