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picture Mayor 2000 census population Male Population Female Population White Population Black Population American Indian and Alaska Native Population Asian Population Hispanic/Latino Population Two or more races Population Other race Population 65 and over Median age 2005 population estimate (rank) Land area Avg. alt. in Highest Avg. alt. in lowest Avg. temp in Jan. Avg. temp in July Churches Radio stations Television stations Unemployed Per capita personal income (MSA) 2004 Chamber of Commerce Civilian Labor Force (MSA) April 2006
Kansas City Mark Funkhouser (to April 2011) 441,545 (36) 213,141 (48.3%) 228,404 (51.7%) 267,931 (60.7%) 137,879 (31.2%) 2,122 (0.5%) 8,182 (1.9%) 30,604 (6.9%). 2000 percent population 18 and over 10,780 (2.4%) 14,158 (3.2%) 11.7% 34.0 444,965 (40) 314 (square miles) 1,014 (ft) 722 (ft) 25.7 (f) 78.5 (f) 1:100 churches of all denominations
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... ... 47,100(4.5%) 34,585 (dollar) Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce, 911 Main St., Kansas City, MO 64105 1,041,900
St. Louis Francis G. Slay (to April 2008) 348,189 (49) 163,567 (47.0%) 184,622 (53.0%) 152,666 (43.8%) 178,266 (51.2%) 950 (0.3%) 6,891 (2.0%) 7,022 (2.0%). 2000 percent population 18 and over 6,539 (1.9%) 2,783 (0.8%) 13.7% 33.7 ... 62 (square miles) 616 (ft) 413 (ft) 28.4 (f) 78.4 (f) 900 1 AM: 21
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70,900 2 (4.8 2 %) ... St. Louis Regional Chamber and Growth Association, One Metropolian Square, Suite 1300, St. Louis, MO 63102 1,464,800 2
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