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Kansas Delegation Pushes For Air Force Projects

Updated: 03/23/2009 - Members of the state's congressional delegation are stepping up efforts to get the Air Force to move forward with projects that would boost the military's preparedness and the Kansas economy.

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Defense Claims Lawyer, Kansas Board OK'd Referrals

Dr. George Tiller

Updated: 03/23/2009 - The defense in the trial of one of the nation's few late-term abortion providers says the Kansas Board of Healing Arts approved of his relationship with a referring physician.

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Oakland police department stunned by day of loss

Updated: 03/23/2009 - Oakland police are reviewing the deadliest day ever for their department to see if any mistakes were made in confrontations with an armed parole violator, and prosecutors were examining how parole officials tried to monitor the gunman before he killed three officers and left a fourth brain-dead.

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ND univ cancels classes to help with sandbagging

Updated: 03/23/2009 - High school and college students were let out of class Monday to help with sandbagging as residents raced to hold off a threat of flooding from the rising Red River.

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Unemployment hits harder among Latinos, blacks

Updated: 03/23/2009 - The ax fell without sound or shadow: Tatiana Gallego was suddenly called into human resources and laid off from her job as an admissions counselor for a fashion college.

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Alaska volcano Mount Redoubt erupts 5 times

Updated: 03/23/2009 - Alaska's Mount Redoubt volcano erupted five times overnight, sending an ash plume more than 9 miles into the air in the volcano's first emissions in nearly 20 years. Residents in the state's largest city were spared from falling ash, though fine gray dust was falling Monday morning on small communities north of Anchorage. The ash began falling around daybreak and continued into midmorning. They were supposed to end by noon.

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Venezuela's Chavez Calls Obama 'Ignorant'

Updated: 03/23/2009 - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on Sunday called President Barack Obama "ignorant," saying he has a lot to learn about Latin America.

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Public Asked to Comment on Proposed Cleanup Site in Hutchinson

Updated: 03/23/2009 - The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) is asking for public comments regarding a proposal to address environmental contamination at the Groendyke Transport, Inc. facility at 301 North Kirby Street in Hutchinson.

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High Winds Tipping Over Semi-Trucks

Updated: 03/23/2009 - The Kansas Highway Patrol in Salina has worked at least four accidents Monday morning involving semis that were pushed onto their sides by strong winds.

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Kansas' Coach Self wins 2009 Henry Iba Coach of the Year Award

Updated: 03/23/2009 - Bill Self, who led the Kansas Jayhawks to a Big 12 regular season title despite not having one starter return from last year’s national championship team, is this year’s recipient of the U.S. Basketball Writers Association's Henry Iba Coach of the Year Award.

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Police and Highway Patrol Monitor Troublesome Stretch of Highway

Updated: 03/23/2009 - On March 20, 2009 officers with the Riley County Police Department and Troopers with the Kansas Highway Patrol joined together in an effort to bring awareness to traffic safety on K-18 Hwy between Ft. Riley and Manhattan.

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Setback for Topeka Girl Waiting on Transplant

Updated: 03/26/2009 - Jessica Seidel, 12, was scheduled to return to Children's Mercy Hospital, Kansas City, March 25th to prep for a bone marrow transplant. Thursday night, Jessica's temperature spiked to 105.2, sending her back to the hospital a little sooner than expected.

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Man Found with Meth in His Gas Tank

Updated: 03/23/2009 - One man is jailed awaiting federal charges after a Kansas Highway Patrol trooper found 2.5 pounds of methamphetamine inside the gas tank of a car during a routine stop.

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Lauer Absent from `Today' after Bicycle Flip

The Today Show

Updated: 03/23/2009 - A flip off his bicycle took "Today" show co-host Matt Lauer off the air Monday. Lauer was riding his bicycle this weekend when a deer jumped into his path. He flipped over the bike's handlebars and was slightly hurt, NBC said.

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Stocks Open Sharply Higher on Plan to Aid Banks

Updated: 03/23/2009 - Stocks are sharply higher, a sign of investors' relief over the government's plan to help banks remove as much as $1 trillion in bad assets from their books.

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Walgreen 2Q Profit Down 7% on Restructuring

Updated: 03/23/2009 - Drugstore operator Walgreen Co. says its profit fell 7 percent in the fiscal second quarter because of costs for its restructuring plan.

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