DALLAS — Kansas general fund revenue came in 10% higher than expected in August, which Gov. Mark Parkinson called “another clear sign” the state’s economy is beginning to recover.

Preliminary figures released Tuesday by the Department of Revenue showed a total of $414 million, up $37.9 million from the official estimate of $376 million. Revenue in the first two months of fiscal 2011 was $35 million more than the official forecast developed in April.

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