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Storm Chasers Remember Topeka Tornado

Updated: 06/14/2009 - Several groups of tornado chasers recently celebrated the 43rd anniversary of a June 1966 tornado in Topeka that killed 16 people and injured more than 500 others.

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Unmanned Aircraft Set To Debut In Kansas

Updated: 06/14/2009 - Federal Aviation Administration officials have given approval for flights of an unmanned aerial vehicle near a National Guard range in central Kansas.

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End Of Road For 4-Generation Chrysler Dealer

Updated: 06/14/2009 - It was an unceremonious finale to a four-generation bond between one family and one company, but it was not a surprise. Rob Isakson had known for weeks his dealership was on a Chrysler hit list — the cuts were part of the troubled automaker's survival strategy.

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Is Palin Letterman's Hugh Grant?

Updated: 06/14/2009 - Sarah Palin would no doubt be horrified by the idea, but there's a chance she could become the same boon to David Letterman's career that Hugh Grant was to Jay Leno's.

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U.S. Does Not Accept Iran Election Results

Updated: 06/14/2009 - The U.S. on Saturday refused to accept hardline President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's claim of a landslide re-election victory in Iran and said it was looking into allegations of election fraud.

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Lone Wolf Killers Tough To Predict

Updated: 06/14/2009 - A killer acting alone rarely tells anyone what he's planning, let alone when or how. That makes it hard for authorities to determine who is prepared to commit a criminal act in furtherance of a perceived cause.

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Suspect Arrested In Cat Death

Updated: 06/14/2009 - Authorities say a teenager has been arrested and accused of committing a series of cat mutilation deaths in his Miami area community.

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Christian Albin, 'Culinary Rip Van Winkle,' Dies

Updated: 06/14/2009 - Christian "Hitsch" Albin, who fed the world's luminaries for decades as executive chef of The Four Seasons — a restaurant that invented the "power lunch" — has died. He was 62.

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Hundreds Attend Carradine Funeral

Updated: 06/14/2009 - Hundreds gathered to honor David Carradine at a sprawling hillside cemetery on Saturday during a funeral that was attended by family, former co-stars and other Hollywood friends.

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Springsteen Wows Crowd With Marathon Show

Updated: 06/14/2009 - Bruce Springsteen astonished the Bonnaroo crowd with a passionate three-hour performance, offering sweat and rock 'n' roll to inspire, he said, in "hard times."

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Blagojevich Laughs At Himself

Updated: 06/14/2009 - Blagojevich got in on the joke Saturday evening, appearing as himself in a comedy show that lampoons the rise and fall of his own political career.

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Pakistan: Suspected US Missile, Bomb Kill 13

Updated: 06/14/2009 - A suspected U.S. missile strike killed at least five people Sunday in a tribal region where Pakistan's top Taliban commander is based, intelligence officials said, breaking a lull in such attacks and posing a test for growing anti-Taliban sentiment in the country.

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North Korea Warns Of Nuclear Threat

Updated: 06/14/2009 - North Korea's communist regime has warned of a nuclear war on the Korean peninsula while vowing to step up its atomic bomb-making program in defiance of new U.N. sanctions.

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Obama Ready To Roll Out Financial Institution Overhaul

Updated: 06/14/2009 - President Barack Obama is ready to roll out an overhaul of the intricate rules and systems that govern America's troubled financial institutions, proposing the most ambitious revision since the Great Depression.

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Summer Job Hunt Tough For Teens

Updated: 06/14/2009 - Teenagers across the nation are finding it very difficult to find summer jobs. The main problem is the competition. They are battling it out for low-paying jobs with older people affected by the economy.

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Clashes Continue After Iran Election

Updated: 06/14/2009 - Protesters set fires and smashed store windows Sunday in a second day of violence as groups challenging President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's re-election tried to keep pressure on authorities that have responded with anti-riot squads and blackouts of Web networks used to rally the pro-reform campaign.

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Baby Listed On Craigslist

Updated: 06/14/2009 - It's an unbelievable and upsetting ad on Craigslist from a mom who calls herself scared and desperate in Omaha. She wants help for her baby before she does something crazy. Why? She says in the ad she is addicted to meth.

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Accident On Highway 24 Kills Bicyclist

Updated: 06/14/2009 - A bicyclist is dead after a collision with an SUV Saturday night. The Shawnee County Sheriff's Office says the accident happened around 9:45 p.m.. at NW Highway 24 and Goodyear Road.

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Tiller's Lawyer Discusses Doctor, Legal Fight

Updated: 06/13/2009 - The longtime lawyer for slain abortion provider Dr. George Tiller says he does not support restrictions on free speech, despite some questions about whether intense public criticism may have influenced the suspect in Tiller's death.

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