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Mourners Remember Radio Legend

Updated: 03/08/2009 - The son of radio legend Paul Harvey used his father's words for the eulogy Saturday at a public funeral service in Chicago, the city from which he launched his national news and commentary show.

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Madoff Confrontation Coming

Updated: 03/08/2009 - Late Friday, U.S. District Judge Denny Chin invited victims to address the court after prosecutors submitted papers noting that crime victims have the right to be "reasonably heard at any public proceeding in the district court involving release, plea, sentencing, or any parole proceeding." Typically, victims speak at sentencing hearings, not at ones in which a guilty plea is offered.

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Humans Save Man's Best Friend

Updated: 03/08/2009 - A 16-month-old St. Bernard named Duke apparently fell through the ice on a golf-course pond after escaping from his yard. He was able to pull himself out but ended up getting frozen to the ice.

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Cafeteria Regular Leaves Fortune to School

Updated: 03/08/2009 - Lindsay, who passed away last month at 79, bequeathed his estate to the small Christian university in Orange County where he ate daily at the cafeteria for decades. The donation, estimated to be at least several million dollars, will likely help the school that is saddled with $42 million in debt.

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Report: Several Injured in Illinois Church

Updated: 03/08/2009 - Media outlets in the St. Louis area say several people have been wounded in a shooting at an Illinois church near St. Louis. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch and KDSK-TV in St. Louis say the shooting occurred at the First Baptist Church in the town of Maryville.

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Obama Chooses Three Treasury Positions

Updated: 03/08/2009 - President Barack Obama has chosen three people to join the senior ranks of the Treasury Department, where a slow pace of hiring has put the agency on the defensive.

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British Troops Killed in Ireland

Updated: 03/08/2009 - Suspected IRA dissidents opened fire on British troops and pizza delivery men outside a Northern Ireland army base, killing two soldiers and wounding four other people. Police said Sunday the attackers fired on their victims again as they lay wounded on the ground.

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Recession To Be Longest in Postwar Era

Updated: 03/08/2009 - If it lasts into April — as it almost surely will — this one will go on record as the longest in the postwar era. The 1981-82 and 1973-75 recessions each lasted 16 months.

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GOP Tussles Over Leadership

Updated: 03/08/2009 - Rush Limbaugh has been Topic A in the political world, with Republicans debating his influence on their party and Democrats trying to elevate the conservative radio host to the GOP's de facto spokesman.

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Karzai Welcomes Obama To Reach Out to Taliban

Updated: 03/08/2009 - President Hamid Karzai on Sunday welcomed President Barack Obama's call to identify moderate elements of the Taliban and encourage them to reconcile with the Afghan government.

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12,000 American Troops Will Leave Iraq by September

Updated: 03/08/2009 - A total of 12,000 American and 4,000 British troops will leave Iraq by September, the U.S. military said Sunday, hours after a suicide bomber killed 32 people at the entrance of Baghdad's main police academy.

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Sebelius To Lobby For Federal Dollars

Updated: 03/08/2009 - Gov. Sebelius and other state leaders want congress to approve money to build the NBAF lab, as well as make the KU Cancer Center a National Cancer Center.

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1,200 Homeless Children in Wichita Schools

Updated: 03/08/2009 - Wichita schools have identified 1,200 students who meet federal guidelines for being homeless. Recessions take a toll on children.

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Wichita Case Spotlights Teacher Abuse

Updated: 03/08/2009 - A Wichita case involving a former assistant principal accused of raping a 6-year-old girl is putting the spotlight on teacher abuse involving young children.

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Man Accused of Stabbing Wife, is on the Run

Updated: 03/10/2009 - Marysville police are looking for a man suspected of stabbing his wife Friday. They believe 24-year old Douglas Kling may be headed toward the Topeka or Havensville area. ***NOW WITH PICTURE INCLUDED.

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At the Academy: Local Students Pick Up New Kind of Lesson

Updated: 03/07/2009 - About 20 people nibbled on doughnuts at Topeka's Law Enforcement Center while sipping coffee and juice. They weren't police officers though. They might grow up to be, as they are deemed the future leaders of the community.

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Highland Park defeats Seaman

Updated: 03/07/2009 - Highland Park defeated Seaman 52-46 in Lansing, advancing onto the State 5A tournament.

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Volunteers Spread the Word About Disaster Training

Updated: 03/07/2009 - Everyone knows that red means stop and green means go, but what about during a disaster? Just ask CERT volunteers. Trained locals in Tecumseh distributed "Ready Neighborhood" packets today to educate citizens about emergency reactions during a disaster, with red "HELP" and green "OK" signs.

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Woman in Critical Condition After Falling Asleep at Wheel

Updated: 03/07/2009 - The Kansas Highway Patrol says 23 year old Maria Depont of Annapolis, Maryland, was heading eastbound on I-70 just west of Ranch Road when she fell asleep causing her 2001 jeep to enter the median and roll.

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Stimulus Money Already Creating Jobs

Updated: 03/07/2009 - President Obama's $787 billion economic stimulus package won final approval less than a month ago, and the money is already being put to work on construction, infrastructure, government and social services projects around the country. CBS news correspondents Jeff Glor and Ben Tracy take a look at two places where the stimulus package is creating jobs.

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Doctor Arrested With $1M In Guns, Grenades

Updated: 03/07/2009 - A doctor who had been sanctioned by Arkansas' medical board was arrested after federal agents found grenades, grenade launchers and more than $1 million worth of machine guns in and around his home. But authorities said Friday the arrest is not tied to a recent bombing that critically wounded the board's chairman.

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