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Police Seek Gumball and Candy Machine Thieves

Updated: 01/16/2009 - Police are looking for two men who have stolen gumball and candy machines in a string of seven thefts in the past month at restaurants and businesses. The burglars usually break in by throwing a rock through a window.

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Nebraska Mother, Daughter Accused of Forging Checks

Updated: 01/16/2009 - A mother and daughter have been arrested in Lincoln on suspicion of working together to forge checks. Police said officers arrested a 42-year-old woman earlier this month after identifying her as the person who passed eight of 20 bad checks — totaling nearly $8,000 — at area grocery stores.

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Both engines missing from jet ditched in Hudson

Updated: 01/16/2009 - Federal investigators said both engines are missing from the US Airways jetliner that ditched into the Hudson River as reports emerged that the pilot who safely landed the aircraft had considered an emergency landing at two airports. Police divers were using sonar to find the engines, which was believed to be in the water.

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Cold feet? Couple marry outside on frigid night

Updated: 01/16/2009 - Somebody probably got cold feet at this wedding, but the ceremony went on as planned. Stacy Ramsey and Matt McCorkle kept their vow to be married on the second anniversary of when they got together, and were married Thursday night in Lewiston.

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Knoxville Explains Grenade in Blog Post

Updated: 01/16/2009 - Johnny Knoxville jokes that he was worried airport security brought out a bomb-sniffing dog because he was carrying one of his movies.

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Actor Freeman foots prom bill in Sundance doc

Updated: 01/16/2009 - Morgan Freeman was disappointed to learn that his local high school in Charleston, Miss., still held separate proms, one for black students, one for white. So he offered to pay for a single prom that both could attend.

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Brrr, y'all: Temps startle South, blanket the East

Updated: 01/16/2009 - Miserable, lung-burning, face-numbing temperatures are one thing in the Midwest and Northeast. But the Deep South? Temperatures plummeted Friday across the Midwest and eastern U.S., and delivered a stinging slap to Southerners unaccustomed to the frigid weather. Schools were closed in a dozen states and homeless shelters were overcrowded. Those that did venture outside bundled up and made quick trips.

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Long-time Leader Retiring from USD 501

Updated: 01/16/2009 - Dr. Terry Sandlin, Associate Superintendent of Instruction and Learning for USD 501, will retire effective June 30th. The 65-year old has been with the district 40 years.

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44 Become U.S. Citizens in Topeka Ceremony

Updated: 01/16/2009 - U.S. District Court Judge Sam Crow presided over a naturalization ceremony Friday. The event saw 44 people from 24 countries become new U.S. citizens.

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Ill. Gov's Former Top Fundraiser Pleads Guilty

Updated: 01/16/2009 - Impeached Gov. Rod Blagojevich's former chief fundraiser has admitted he illegally used corporate funds to pay gambling debts and personal expenses.

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Sources: Obama Ready to End Harsh Interrogations

Updated: 01/16/2009 - President-elect Barack Obama is preparing to prohibit the use of waterboarding and harsh interrogation techniques by ordering the CIA to follow military rules for questioning prisoners, according to two U.S. officials familiar with drafts of the plans.

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Stimulus Plan Repeals Big Tax Break For Banks

Updated: 01/16/2009 - House Democrats' version of the $825 billion recession rescue package would end billions of dollars in tax breaks the Bush administration quietly gave to banks last fall.

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Iraqi Guards Said to Throw Party For Shoe-Thrower

Updated: 01/16/2009 - The Iraqi journalist jailed since throwing his shoes at President George W. Bush got a visit from his brother Friday and a birthday party from his guards as he turned 30.

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Science closing in on cloak of invisibility

Updated: 01/16/2009 - They can't match Harry Potter yet, but scientists are moving closer to creating a real cloak of invisibility. Researchers at Duke University, who developed a material that can "cloak" an item from detection by microwaves, report that they have expanded the number of wavelengths they can block.

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Bathroom Break: Will Inauguration Have Enough?

Updated: 01/16/2009 - To Conrad Harrell of port-a-potty toilet supplier Don's Johns, Tuesday's inauguration of Barack Obama will be historic, but not in the way you might think.

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High risk medical devices escaped close review

Updated: 01/16/2009 - Some medical devices for sensitive uses, from certain hip joints to a type of defibrillator, have won government approval without a close scientific review, congressional investigators said Thursday.

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Sequels to iconic CEOs rarely as good as original

Updated: 01/16/2009 - Legendary CEOs like Apple Inc.'s Steve Jobs are almost impossible acts to follow. Most of the sequels have disappointed the stock market, with some flopping so badly that they were scrapped to make room for the return of the star attraction.

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AMD to cut 1,100 workers, 9 pct of staff

Updated: 01/16/2009 - Advanced Micro Devices Inc. plans to cut 1,100 jobs, 9 percent of its global staff, and slash the remaining employees' pay as the chip maker hopes its third round of layoffs in a year can help it get through a brutal market for computer sales.

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Groups: Feds Expanding Peanut Butter Probe

Updated: 01/16/2009 - Consumer groups say the government is expanding its investigation of peanut products in a salmonella outbreak that has sickened hundreds and killed at least five.

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