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Bird Flu Worries Spread In Europe

Posted: 8:12 PM - Wild duck tests positive for HH5N8 virus in Germany. 'We must now talk about a Europe-wide epidemic' German official says. No human cases of H5N8 have been reported.

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12-Year-Old With Air Gun Dies In Cleveland Police Shooting

Posted: 8:08 PM - Police spokesman says it's not clear if officers knew weapon was an air gun. The boy had been pointing it at people at a park, according to a 911 call. He didn't threaten officers, but did reach for the weapon in his waistband.

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Ferguson Church Turns To Faith As Uncertainty Looms

Posted: 8:00 PM - At Greater St. Mark Family Church, parishioners wonder what's next. People speculate that the grand jury could postpone its decision. The church's pastor encourages voting and community involvement.

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School Funding Suit Complicates Kansas Budget Fix

Posted: 6:11 PM - Even before state courts decide whether Kansas spends enough money on public schools, an education funding lawsuit is complicating efforts by legislators and Gov. Sam Brownback to close budget shortfalls.

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Kansas Prisons Face Staffing Shortages

Posted: 5:44 PM - The interim director of the Kansas Association of State Employees says state correctional officers are being put at risk because of critical staffing shortages in state prisons.

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Toys For Tots Drive Kicks Off Sunday

Posted: 5:31 PM - The holiday season will be a little brighter for hundreds of northeast Kansas kids thanks to an organizations drive to give back.

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Praeger Awarded By NAIC

Posted: 4:40 PM - Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger received the President’s Award this week from the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.

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Memorial Services Set For Mighty Moe

Posted: 2:29 PM - Services have been set for a Topeka teen who inspired everyone with her strength and love of life in the face of cancer.

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Top Local Cop Arrested In Missing 43 Mexican Students Case

Posted: 11/22/2014 - Officials tell families of missing students about the arrest after a day of protests. Families have since rejected official accounts and demand proof. Cesar Nava Gonzalez had been on the run since the students disappeared.

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Strong Earthquake Shakes Japan's Nagano Area

Posted: 11/22/2014 - At least five homes collapse in village of Hakuba; at least five people were injured. No electric facilities were damaged, power company says. Quake reported at 6.8 magnitude by Japanese agency.

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