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KCUR Morning News 10-15-10

By Maria Carter


Kansas City, MO – The ongoing conflict between Mayor Mark Funkhouser and city council members over board and commission appointments resurfaced at city hall yesterday.

A Chinese nonprofit group is placing a satellite office at the University of Missouri-Kansas City to encourage educational exchanges and faculty training.

Kansas officials will give an update next week on an intermodal transportation project near Edgerton.

The Republican candidate for Kansas secretary of state is calling for the incumbent Democrat to stop broadcasting a television ad.

Historians are taking another step to mark the Trail of Tears in southwest Missouri.

Last night's showdown between Kansas and Kansas State turned into one of the more lopsided results in the history of the rivalry, as K-State cruised to a 59-7 win over the Jayhawks in Lawrence.

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