Child Safety Kits

1 decade 9 months 4 days ago Monday, October 15 2007 Oct 15, 2007 Monday, October 15, 2007 9:31:05 AM CDT October 15, 2007 in News
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AP-MO--Missouri News Preview,0430Missouri News Preview Good morning. Here is the latest update of the top Missouri stories in sight at this hour, as well as a preview of the AP's expected report for Tuesday AMs.TUESDAY AMs PREVIEW: ST. LOUIS -- In the months since two kidnapped eastern Missouri boys were found alive, parents have been lining up at child safety events to get identification kits in case their own kids go missing. And what was once a set of fingerprints inked on a card has evolved into a high-tech offering, where families can preserve digital photos, even a DNA sample, to give to authorities if a child should vanish. WASHINGTON -- Republican Rep. Sam Graves and his Democratic challenger, former Kansas City Mayor Kay Barnes, are expected to release their latest fundraising reports. JEFFERSON CITY -- Gov. Matt Blunt, Attorney General Jay Nixon and other candidates are to turn in their quarterly campaign finance reports Monday to the Missouri Ethics Commission. KANSAS CITY -- Was Tony Gonzalez destined to become a first-round bust? Just another one-year wonder in college who comes out early and isn't good enough for the NFL? Fear of failure had much to do with making Gonzalez into the league's greatest touchdown-maker among all tight ends. ST. LOUIS -- Marc Bulger could be back in the lineup this week, just in time to help the St. Louis Rams avoid their worst-ever start. As it is, this year's 0-6 team is neck and neck in futility with the 1962 team that finished with one victory.ALREADY MOVED: -- BC-CO--Missing Hiker -- BC-BBN--Cardinals-La Russa DUI -- BC-MO--School Bus Accidents -- BC-Pregnant Woman Slain FYI: These coverage plans are subject to change. Expected stories may not develop, or late-breaking and more newsworthy events may take precedence. Advisories, digests and digest advisories will keep you up to date. Developments that change our plans as listed in the morning preview will be spelled out in a section near the top of the 2:30 p.m. digest. Information in this preview is not for publication or broadcast. The day supervisor is Amy Shafer. She can be reached in the Kansas City bureau at 800-852-4844 or 816-421-4844. Other key numbers: Columbia bureau: 573-875-8131 Jefferson City bureau: 573-636-9415 St. Louis bureau: 314-241-2496 Springfield bureau: 417-831-3158 Washington regional: 202-776-9539. Technical assistance: 800-266-6752 Please remember that the strength of your Missouri AP report depends upon your story and photo contributions. The AP, Kansas City (Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.) APNP-10-15-07 1015CDT

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