AP-MO--Missouri News Digest 4:20 pm, MO
Here’s a look at how AP’s general news coverage is shaping up in Missouri.
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AROUND THE STATE:
ST. LOUIS — A memorial to St. Louis area service members who have died in war was mostly neglected and ignored for years — but not anymore. The memorial, which was erected in 1936 and dedicated by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, has undergone a two-year, $30 million renovation that more than doubled its exhibit space, added air conditioning, new wiring and more assembly spaces. SENT: 650 words
— MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY-SCHOLARSHIPS — The University of Missouri-Kansas City expects to provide 400 more scholarships to low- and moderate-income students.
KANSAS CITY — Patrick Mahomes will always have some special TV footage of the Kansas City Chiefs celebrating his record-setting touchdown pass in a win over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. That’s because Tyreek Hill was the one recording it. By Sports Writer Dave Skretta.
AP Photos SENT: 850 words
MEXICO CITY — The abused hybrid grass of Azteca Stadium is generating concerns for its poor condition a week before it hosts an NFL regular-season game between the Los Angeles Rams and Kansas City Chiefs. Last May, stadium authorities changed the surface from natural to hybrid. But the intense activity in the last few months has prevented the grass from reaching an optimum state.
AP Photos NYAG405, NYAG404. SENT: 300 words
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