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KCUR Morning Newscast 10-30-08

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Kansas City, MO – Police say someone threw bricks through windows at the Kansas City headquarters for Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama.

Johnson County commissioner John Toplikar says he was only trying to be helpful when he moved an opponents campaign signs because they were blocking his own.

There was another skirmish between the ACORN organization and the Jackson County Election Board.

The Kansas City police department approached the city council yesterday to set the wheels in motion to renew a 1/4-cent sales tax that expires in 2011.

The Kansas City Public Library receives its largest single gift ever -- a $4 million Legacy Fund grant from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.

A federal bankruptcy judge in Kansas City approves a procedure to auction off a Kansas ethanol plant in December.

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