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Local students compete in national robotics competitions

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Local students compete in national robotics competitions

Local students compete in national robotics competitions

Several Kansas City kids have advanced to the first Robotics World Festival and the National STEM League Finals.

The students are trying to raise money for trips so they can compete.

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