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Company, Owners Admit To Melamine In Pet Food

Updated: 06/17/2009 - The U.S. Attorney's office says, Stephan and Sally Miller and their company, Chemnutra, admitted that melamine was substituted wholly or in part for the protein requirement of wheat gluten.

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3 Soldiers Awarded Purple Hearts

Updated: 06/17/2009 - SPC Scott Hajek of Cimarron, Staff Sgt. Thomas Taytigian of Manhattan, and SPC Eric Buila of Springfield, Missouri said they were honored to receive the award.. but all of them felt others were more deserving.

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KU Picks New Concession Vender

Updated: 06/17/2009 - Losing the Kansas sports contract means Mid-America Concessions, which employed 75 full- and part-time workers during the sports seasons, will be forced to close.

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Developers Pitch Casino Plans For Kansas

Updated: 06/17/2009 - Three applicants for a state-owned casino in Sumner County and two applicants for Wyandotte County presented their plans to the Kansas Lottery Commission Wednesday. A group of Topeka investors is part of one of the Sumner County applications.

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Camp Helps Students Soar

Updated: 06/17/2009 - Airplanes, rockets and a lot of fun are all part of a summer camp taking place in Topeka.

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Two Girls Put On Wrong Continental Express Flights

Updated: 06/17/2009 - Continental Airlines said it has taken steps to ensure that proper procedures are followed after two unaccompanied girls were placed on wrong Continental Express flights over the weekend.

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Foodservice Breaks Ground On Expansion In Topeka

Updated: 06/17/2009 - U.S. Foodservice, Inc. will spend approximately $13 million to increase their warehouse with a 50,000 square foot expansion to its distribution center located at 4725 US Highway 24.

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Topeka Mayor Hospitalized

Updated: 06/17/2009 - Topeka Mayor Bill Bunten has been hospitalized for pneumonia and a rapid heart rate.

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New Obama Initiative Seeks Fix To Finance Regs

Updated: 06/17/2009 - Obama's sweeping change of business regulation also embraces new powers for the Federal Reserve and new rules that would reach into currently unregulated regions of the financial markets.

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Kansas State Could Face Another Buyout

Updated: 06/17/2009 - Kansas State University could be required to pay another expensive buyout if it does not reinstate Jim Epps, a deputy athletic director on indefinite administrative leave.

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World Markets Weighed Down By Recovery Concerns

Updated: 06/17/2009 - World stock markets were mostly lower Wednesday ahead of an expected flat opening on Wall Street as investors remained cautious about whether the current pace of economic recovery, particularly in the U.S., justifies the rally seen in stocks since March.

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Shuttle Launch Delayed To July By Hydrogen Leak

Updated: 06/17/2009 - For the second time in four days, a potentially dangerous hydrogen gas leak forced NASA to delay shuttle Endeavour's launch to the international space station, this time until July at the earliest.

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AP source: Same-Sex Partners To Get Fed Benefits

Updated: 06/17/2009 - President Barack Obama, whose gay and lesbian supporters have grown frustrated with his slow movement on their priorities, is extending benefits to same-sex partners of federal employees, a White House official said.

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Iranian Opposition Head Calls For Rally Thursday

Updated: 06/17/2009 - Iranian opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi issued a direct challenge to the country's supreme leader and cleric-led system Wednesday, calling for a mass rally to protest disputed election results and violence against his followers.

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Victim Of Motorcycle Accident Identified

Updated: 06/17/2009 - The Shawnee Co. Sheriff's Office says 60-year old Raymond Moresco of Carbondale was killed in a motorcycle accident Tuesday night.

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Children WIth Muscular Dystrophy Head To Camp

Updated: 06/16/2009 - The Muscular Dystrophy Association's annual summer camp is underway near Linwood. Nearly 70 campers from around northeast Kansas and eastern Missouri are attending.

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Junction City Commissioner Asks Peers To Resign

Updated: 06/16/2009 - Controversy brewing in Junction City came to a head Tuesday night, as a City Commissioner asked for the Mayor, Vice Mayor and a fellow Commissioner to resign.

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Car Seat Check At Dillon's

Updated: 06/17/2009 - Safe Kids Shawnee County show parents and care givers how to keep their kids safe while on the road.

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