Posted: 02/16/2009 - Merris Brady
Posted: 02/16/2009 - Merris Brady
Posted: 02/16/2009 - Wayne McNorton
Posted: 02/16/2009 - Judith Smith
Posted: 02/16/2009 - Joyce Kriegel
Posted: 02/16/2009 - Topeka Police say the Huntoon/ Gage entertainment area continues to be a problem for them. Monday the department released statistics from a saturation patrol conducted Friday, but says problems continue to persist in the area.
Posted: 02/16/2009 - Trial under way of procedure to help heart failure patients by literally putting net around their typically-enlarged hearts.
Posted: 02/16/2009 - CBS Evening News: Designers cutting back at New York City Fashion Week.
Posted: 02/16/2009 - Singer arrested after argument with Rihanna, he says he's seeking counseling.
Posted: 02/16/2009 - Remake's debut lands in top weekend spot away; sets record for horror flick's opening take.
Posted: 02/16/2009 - General Electric Co. gave cash bonus to employees to quit smoking, and it worked.
Posted: 02/16/2009 - Most Americans know about salmonella outbreak but many wrong about products involved.
Posted: 02/16/2009 - Several fire crews worked to put out a blaze in Americus Sunday night. Fire units from Americus, Emporia, Dunlap and Admire were called to a house fire just before 5:30pm Sunday. It happened at 521 Road 240.
Posted: 02/16/2009 - Researchers say 43% of active-duty personnel admit to frequent, excessive consumption of alcohol.
Posted: 02/16/2009 - Mardi Gras festivities already under way in Big Easy.
Posted: 02/16/2009 - Salma Hayek picked a romance-lover's ideal time and place for her wedding: Valentine's Day in Paris. The Mexican-born actress wed French magnate Francois-Henri Pinault in a civil ceremony Saturday at the City Hall in Paris' chic 6th arrondissement, according to an official there.
Posted: 02/16/2009 - Carriers blame holiday snowstorms and aviation system issues for contributing to delays.
Posted: 02/16/2009 - Lars Ricken, who sealed Borussia Dortmund's victory over Juventus in the 1997 Champions League final, is retiring.
Posted: 02/16/2009 - The polar oceans are not biological deserts after all. A marine census released Monday documented 7,500 species in the Antarctic and 5,500 in the Arctic, including several hundred that researchers believe could be new to science.
Posted: 02/16/2009 - A coalition airstrike has killed a powerful Taliban commander who broke a promise to renounce violence after village elders persuaded President Hamid Karzai to free him from prison, officials said Monday.
Posted: 02/16/2009 - The new U.S. administration wants a legally binding international treaty to reduce mercury in the environment, a senior diplomat said Monday, announcing a reversal of previous policy.
Posted: 02/16/2009 - Wildlife officials are celebrating the sighting of a beaver in the Detroit River for the first time in decades, signaling that efforts to clean up the waterway are paying off.
Posted: 02/16/2009 - Iran restructured its military in an effort to improve its air defense capabilities, military commanders have said.
Posted: 02/16/2009 - Roadside bombs struck two minibuses filled with Shiite pilgrims returning to Baghdad on Monday, killing eight people, officials said, in the latest of a series of deadly attacks targeting the pilgrims.
Posted: 02/16/2009 - Anti-government protesters threw stones and police responded with tear gas Monday in Madagascar, the impoverished Indian Ocean island where an opposition leader is trying to force out the president. No casualties were immediately reported.
Posted: 02/16/2009 - Guidance Software Inc. bills itself as the leading provider of technology that helps companies dig up old e-mails and other electronic documents that might be evidence in a lawsuit. Yet when Guidance itself had to face a judge, it was accused of bumbling its internal digital search.