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Updated: 06/23/2009 - Not just five, but SIX jobs is what Deb's serving up this week on "13 News at 4" with our Hot Jobs from Kansas Works!
Updated: 06/24/2009 - The Topeka City Council discussed when to commence work on the city's streets with funds culled from the half-cent sales tax. Some council members encouraged waiting until the money is in hand, while others want to start as soon as possible.
Updated: 06/23/2009 - New measures aimed at reducing prison rapes are in the works - and states that fail to take steps to protect their inmates could see their federal money cut.
Posted: 06/23/2009 - Everything that could go wrong will go wrong at Crisis City.
Posted: 06/23/2009 - Cyndi Orel worked as a police officer for 25 years and never caught a bank robber. She was apparently saving that hobby for retirement. The retired Long Beach police officer foiled a bank robbery at a grocery store Saturday when she put a 220-pound bank robber in a chokehold until he passed out. Orel is about 5 feet 7 inches and 128 pounds
Updated: 06/23/2009 - A man has been arrested after he allegedly placed an advertisement on Craigslist selling marijuana.
Updated: 06/23/2009 - A number of cooling centers have been set up for those who need to escape these dangerous temperatures.
Updated: 06/23/2009 - Holton Police say a 3-year old boy slipped while playing and fell into a burning pit that had hot embers from several days before. He is being treated at Shriners Hospital in Cincinnati for burns to the hands, forearms and legs.
Updated: 06/23/2009 - Authorities say 23-year old Brian Resser led them on a chase early Tuesday, then took his own life.
Updated: 06/23/2009 - The Topeka Transit Authority board addressed the upcoming 2010 budget and granted another reprieve to Sunday and evening bus service.
Updated: 06/23/2009 - People who rely on Topeka Transit to get around are organizing their efforts to spread the message on how vital the service is to the community.
Updated: 06/23/2009 - A concern over potentially hazardous materials closed the ramp from Goodyear Road to westbound Hwy. 24 for two hours Tuesday morning. It turned out the substance was a harmless feed additive.
Updated: 06/23/2009 - Ann O'Bryan of Health Works explained that health means goes beyond fitness and salads, into wellness and stress management, adding that her message is especially important these days.
Updated: 06/23/2009 - Among the recipients, Flint Hills Community Health Center will receive $385,000, Shawnee County Health Agency and Konza Prairie will each receive over $200,000.
Updated: 06/23/2009 - Kenneth Eugene Wilson, 45, was convicted last month of first-degree murder in the March 2008 slaying of 55-year-old Jeffrey Scott Noel at his home near Portis.
Updated: 06/23/2009 - Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius says the country has no choice but to revamp its health care program because current costs are "crushing families and businesses."
Posted: 06/23/2009 - Old tree comes down on top of a car, truck, and garage in the Oakland part of Topeka.
Updated: 06/23/2009 - A new government council will help auto industry workers transition to new manufacturing opportunities, including jobs in alternative energy, Vice President Joe Biden said Tuesday.
Updated: 06/23/2009 - An Associated Press-Petside.com poll released Tuesday found that half of all American pet owners consider their pets as much a part of the family as any other person in the household; another 36 percent said their pet is part of the family but not a full member.
Updated: 06/23/2009 - A Minnesota judge has ruled that a 13-year-old boy who fled the state to avoid chemotherapy must continue getting the treatment because it appears to be working.
Updated: 06/23/2009 - The Los Angeles school district says 15 students were denied diplomas at their eighth-grade graduation because they protested impending teacher layoffs.
Updated: 06/23/2009 - Two Muslim inmates held in a special unit at the federal prison in Terre Haute say they aren't allowed to pray in groups as often as their religion commands and have asked a federal judge to ease worship limits imposed by the Bureau of Prisons.
Updated: 06/23/2009 - South Carolina's chief executive isn't the first to earn headlines for acting odd. A look at governors' unusual behavior is included in this story.
Updated: 06/23/2009 - Millions of passengers in cities across the U.S. ride old subway cars like the ones that crumpled in the deadly crash in the nation's capital.