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Mon February 11, 2008
KCUR Morning Newscast 2-11-08
By Maria Carter
KANSAS CITY, MO –
KCUR Morning Headlines (3 min 18 sec)
- Democrats turned out in larger numbers for the Kansas caucuses, despite being easily outnumbered by Republicans in the state.
- Turnout for both caucuses was higher than expected. And officials from both the Democratic and Republican parties in Kansas say they've heard a number of complaints about problems with the state's presidential caucuses.
- Cities across Missouri likely are looking at security measures surrounding council meetings following the shootings in suburban St. Louis last week.
- Missouri's motorcycle helmet law is again the target of a repeal attempt, at least in part. This year's bill would allow motorcyclists age 21 or older to ride without a helmet, unless they're on an interstate highway.