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Hager Twin of "Hee Haw" Fame Dies

Posted: 05/02/2008 - He was mostly recognized standing next to his twin brother on the popular CBS cornpone comedy show of the 60s. Jim Hager has died after collapsing in a Nashville coffee shop.

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Lawmakers May Sue Sebelius over Coal

Posted: 05/02/2008 - House members introduced a new measure Friday, which could authorize legal action against Governor Sebelius over coal-fired power plants. The issue has been on the front burner with three override votes during this week's wrapup session.

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Effingham Fire Investigation

Posted: 05/01/2008 - Fire destroyed the historic St. Anne's Catholic Church in Effingham April 21st. What's the latest on the investigation?

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New Roundabout Planned for Urish

Posted: 05/01/2008 - 21st and Urish is being shut down for five months, enabling crews to start the first phase of building a new roundabout there. Here are the details, and the detours resulting from that construction.

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Kansas City Moves "Day of Prayer"

Posted: 04/30/2008 - Originally promoted as an event at Liberty Memorial.. Kansas City ministers say the city's observance of today's "National Day of Prayer" will be moved inside to Bartle Hall.

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Wall Street Journal: Bush is "Big Voter Problem"

Posted: 04/30/2008 - The Wall Street Journal details its latest political poll results. It may dispel some notions that John McCain would run away with the race for the White House, while Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are dividing their party before the convention.

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CIA's Michael Hayden: China "Not our Enemy"

Posted: 04/30/2008 - Speaking in Wednesday afternoon's Landon Lecture at K-State, the chief of the CIA urges the nation to view China in a more positive light.

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6th and Market Improvements

Posted: 04/30/2008 - A Topeka traffic improvement project widening 6th between Golden and Market moves into its next phase on May 1st.

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Seneca Senior is SADD's Student of the Year

Posted: 04/29/2008 - With a passion for keeping Kansas kids off drugs and alcohol, Stephen Winkler has worked his way to the top of the SADD student organization.

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Police ID Topekan Killed Driving Through Town

Posted: 04/28/2008 - Topeka Police identified the victim of the city's third homicide as 25 year-old David Wakes of Topeka. Wakes was killed while traveling south on Michigan Sunday. Police believe the shots came from another vehicle and are asking the public for information.

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Town Center to Grow

Posted: 04/25/2008 - Manhattan should brace for a newer, larger Manhattan Town Center. A retail property management group is buying the retail attraction in Cat Land.. and wants it to grow as the area's population does.

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KC Star: Aqib, Jordy in Chiefs Plans?

Posted: 04/24/2008 - The NFL Draft is coming up Saturday and Sunday. Guess which day KU's Aqib Talib and K-State's Jordy Nelson want to be selected? The Kansas City Star offers the Chiefs a plan including both of them.

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Top 25 Worst Cities for Allergies

Posted: 04/23/2008 - There's a reason why you're making so many trips to the drugstore for allergy medicines. Anybody living in these 25 cities is having a hard time stopping their sneezing! Are any major cities in the Midwest on this list?

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The Annual Crime Victims' Rights Conference Wraps Up

Updated: 05/23/2008 - The 11th Annual Crime Victims' Rights Conference wrapped up Thursday with Attorney General Stephen Six honoring individuals who have done exceptional work with crime victims.

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Standing up for Victims' Rights

Updated: 05/23/2008 - Raising awareness on crime was on the agenda at the eleventh annual crime victims' right conference Wednesday.

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Final Answer: Software System Approved

Updated: 04/16/2008 - Mayor Bunten vows tonight's Council decisions on the police helicopter and software purchase are final. The council voted to override his veto of the Lawson software system deal.

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Helicopter Lease-Purchase Deal Scrapped

Updated: 04/16/2008 - Topeka council members vote to sustain Mayor Bill Bunten's veto of a lease-purchase of a Robinson 44 Helicopter for the Police Department.

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