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Special Saturday Session For Adoptees

Posted: 11/20/2009 - The Shawnee Co. Courthouse is going to stay open an extra day, and this time its for a holiday: National Adoption Day. According to TFI, 129,000 foster children in the United States are waiting to find loving homes to adopt them.

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Dads Join Berryton Students For Doughnuts

Posted: 11/20/2009 - Plenty of pops showed up for the school's second annual Doughnuts with Dads party. Students got a break from classes and a chance to see their dads in a different context.

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'Office' Plotlines Reflect Recession Anxieties

Posted: 11/20/2009 - Dunder Mifflin, the fictional paper company at the center of NBC's prime-time comedy "The Office," is facing bankruptcy. Staffers in the Scranton branch are anxious about their fate.

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Protests Continue Over Inmate's Death

Posted: 11/20/2009 - Bias Busters holds its second protest outside of the Shawnee Co. jail, calling for answers into the death of inmate John Bradley Rippee, who died in November.

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Cancer Screenings Under Scrutiny

Posted: 11/20/2009 - It's been a confusing week for women. On Monday, it started with breast cancer. A federal advisory board made a controversial recommendation that women begin routine mammograms at age 50, rather than at 40.

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FAA Computer Glitch Affects Hundreds Of Flights

Posted: 11/20/2009 - Some 819 airline flights were delayed and an unknown number canceled Thursday after a Federal Aviation Administration telecommunications router glitch, though the agency said some of the delays were weather-related.

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Baby Gorillas In Congo Getting A New Playpen: Paradise

Posted: 11/20/2009 - The only two baby mountain gorillas in captivity -- orphaned two years ago after their mothers were slain in massacres -- will soon be getting a lush, new playpen, Congo's wildlife authority announced Friday.

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Crime Ring Sold Human Fat, Peru Says

Posted: 11/20/2009 - Peruvian authorities say they have arrested four members of a gang that specialized in selling to European labs fat obtained from dead humans.

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FDIC Announces 124th Bank Failure

Posted: 11/20/2009 - State regulators shuttered Commerce Bank of Southwest Florida in Fort Myers, Fla., Friday night, bringing the 2009 national tally to 124.

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Alcatraz Takeover Recalled 40 Years Later

Posted: 11/20/2009 - Alcatraz Island was a chilly, unwelcoming place once reserved for infamous criminals. Not even the federal government appeared to want it after the penitentiary closed in the 1960s.

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Wal-Mart Scuffle Prompts Racism Claims

Posted: 11/20/2009 - Whether Heather Ellis cut in line or merely switched checkout lanes to join her cousin is in dispute, and the accounts of what happened next vary greatly. The debate has divided this economically struggling town of 11,000 along racial lines.

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World Is Small For Mileage Millionaires

Posted: 11/20/2009 - It can take years to snag a reservation at El Bulli, a restaurant in Spain that's been called the best in the world, so when Gary Leff got the word that he'd finally gotten in, he whisked his wife across the Atlantic -- just for dinner.

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