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KCUR Morning Newscast 10-29-08

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Kansas City, MO – Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill says she has no desire to be part of an Obama Cabinet should the Democrat win the White House.

Republican Sarah Palin won't be the only vice presidential hopeful campaigning in Missouri on tomorrow.

The head of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Topeka says Kansas banks are ready and eager to make loans, despite the uncertainty in the housing and credit markets.

Light rail supporters held a news conference yesterday at the southern terminus of the proposed light rail route to respond to light rail opponents.

A Missouri highway safety coalition has set a new goal of cutting annual traffic accident deaths to less than 850 by 2012, which would be the lowest mark since 1949.

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