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KCUR Morning Newscast 11-10-08


Kansas City, MO – The head of the Kansas Bankers Association says the state's banks are reluctant to take part in the capital injection program included in the financial bailout.

Local mental health leaders are re-evaluating how to best serve the needs of the entire metropolitan area.

Sandhill crane hunting season opened Wednesday in Kansas. But wildlife biologist Ken Kinman is advocating the date be pushed back to reduce risks to the endangered whooping crane.

Wichita's first female fire battalion chief hopes more women and young girls will look at what she's done and realize it's an option for them.

Barack Obama didn't get the vote of Butler County residents. But some residents say the county should consider promoting its ties to the president-elect.

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