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8 Wonders Of Kansas Cuisine Announced

Updated: 06/19/2009 - Hamburgers, fried chicken and artisan breads are among the menu choices at eight restaurants determined to be the ``most iconic'' in the state.

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DNA Debunks Man's Hunch He Was Snatched Tot

Updated: 06/19/2009 - After five decades of silence about what happened to his toddler son, farmer Jerry Damman was hopeful that a Michigan man's incredible claim to be the boy was true.

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Detroit Man Confession: 'I Kill People For Money'

Updated: 06/19/2009 - Hours after police plucked him out of a suburban alley, Vincent Smothers dropped a bombshell confession: "I don't have a profession," he told an investigator. "I kill people for money."

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Court Upholds Murder Conviction In Lobbyist Case

Updated: 06/19/2009 - The Kansas Supreme Court upheld the murder conviction of Kimberly Danielle Sharp, one four people convicted in the death of lobbyist for the homeless three years ago.

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Kansas Unemployment Up In May

Updated: 06/19/2009 - May was another bleak month for unemployment in Kansas, with another increase in the jobless rate.

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Frankfort Summerfest Kicks Off Friday

Updated: 06/19/2009 - Frankfort Summerfest includes a Saturday full of activities including a parade, games, BBQ and live entertainment. Summerfest is held in Frankfort City Park June 20.

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Iran's Top Leader Warns Of Protest Crackdown

Updated: 06/19/2009 - Iran's supreme leader sternly warned of a crackdown if protesters continue days of massive street rallies, escalating the government's showdown with demonstrators demanding a new presidential election.

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World Hunger Reaches 1 Billion People Mark

Updated: 06/19/2009 - More than a billion people - a sixth of the world's population - are now hungry, a historic high due largely to the global economic crisis and stubbornly high food prices, a U.N. agency said Friday.

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City Asks Applicants For Internet Passwords

Updated: 06/19/2009 - Job applicants with the city of Bozeman are finding that their private Internet discussions and pictures may not be so private after all. The city is asking job seekers for the user names and passwords to Internet social networking or Web groups to which they belong.

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Stanford Indicted For Alleged Ponzi Scheme

Updated: 06/19/2009 - The Securities and Exchange Commission has already filed court papers charging Stanford and his top executives orchestrated an $8 billion fraud by advising clients to buy certificates of deposit from the Antigua-based Stanford International Bank.

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Stocks Push Higher After Sluggish Week

Updated: 06/19/2009 - Stocks rose Friday, following gains in markets overseas and a round of buying on Thursday as better-than-expected economic data suggest the U.S. economy might be on more solid footing than some investors had feared.

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Jobless Rate In Western US Tops 10%

Updated: 06/19/2009 - The unemployment rate in the West jumped over 10 percent last month, the first time that regional threshold has been broken in about 25 years. On the state level, eight set record-highs and only two - Nebraska and Vermont - did not report increases.

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