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Iraqi Judge: Shoe-Tossing Reporter Was Beaten

Updated: 12/19/2008 - The Iraqi journalist who threw his shoes at President George W. Bush during a news conference was beaten afterward and had bruises on his face and around his eyes, a judge said Friday.

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Mark Felt, Watergate's `Deep Throat,' Dies At 95

Updated: 12/19/2008 - W. Mark Felt, the former FBI second-in-command who revealed himself as "Deep Throat" 30 years after he tipped off reporters to the Watergate scandal that toppled a president, has died. He was 95.

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West Digs Out From Record Snow That's Heading East

Updated: 12/19/2008 - Road crews worked around the clock to remove 2 feet of snow from Spokane streets early Friday as the winter storm that set records in the West moved through the Great Lakes region and bore down on the Northeast.

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European Stocks Down ahead of Expected US Sell-off

Updated: 12/19/2008 - European stock markets fell Friday after a mixed performance in Asia, as lower oil prices hit heavyweight energy stocks, particularly in Britain, and expectations of another drop on Wall Street weighed on investor sentiment.

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Wichita Hires New City Manager

Updated: 12/18/2008 - With the job vacant for nearly a year, Wichita lands the city manager of Urbandale, Iowa. Topeka's Norton Bonaparte was one of the job finalists.

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Police Chase Suspects Face Multiple Charges

Updated: 12/18/2008 - The man charged in that shooting and chase that ended in Jefferson County Monday afternoon appeared in Shawnee County District Court Thursday afternoon on unrelated charges.

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Wamego School District and Police Investigate Threatening List

Updated: 12/18/2008 - The Wamego Police Department and Wamego Public School officials are investigating what they call a threatening list. The school reported Wednesday that police received a call from a concerned parent Monday which led police to launch an investigation.

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Kansas Supreme Court Justices' Son Facing Forgery and Theft Charges

Updated: 12/18/2008 - The son of Kansas Supreme Court Justice Eric Rosen is facing forgery and theft charges in Shawnee County District Court. The official court complaint specifies the forgery charge against Jacob Rosen comes in relation to a 2007 real estate contract.

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Santa Delivers Toys to Capper Foundation Kids

Updated: 12/18/2008 - Santa loaded up his sleigh full of toys and flew to Topeka Thursday to deliver gifts to kids. Santa, along with Mrs. Claus, their dog, and the Kansas National Guard were at the Easter Seals Capper Foundation, helping make their Christmas brighter.

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Bush Pondering a "Planned" Auto Bankruptcy

Updated: 12/18/2008 - But the outgoing President hasn't decided on the solution. General Motors is also busy denying it's started merger talks with Chrysler.

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Chapman Schools Need Bond Issue for Tornado Repair

Updated: 12/18/2008 - Despite getting millions in insurance, donations and government help, Chapman school officials say they will need a bond issue to repair school buildings damaged by a June tornado.

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Crews Salt, Sand Roadways in Anticipation of Ice

Updated: 12/18/2008 - City of Topeka street crews spent the day, Thursday, December 18, spreading rock salt and sand, mostly in residential neighborhoods. Call 5-1-1 from anywhere in Kansas to get the latest update on road conditions.

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Obama defends choice of pastor for invocation

Updated: 12/18/2008 - President-elect Barack Obama on Thursday defended his choice of a popular evangelical minister to deliver the invocation at his inauguration, rejecting criticism that it slights gays. The selection of Pastor Rick Warren brought objections from gay rights advocates, who strongly supported Obama during the election campaign.

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New Wichita Manager to Start Work in February

Updated: 12/18/2008 - The Wichita City Council announced Thursday that it had hired Robert Layton as city manager. Layton is the city manager in Urbandale, Iowa. He begins work in Wichita on Feb. 2.

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Residents' Sexual Needs an Issue for Nursing Homes

Updated: 12/18/2008 - Researchers at Kansas State University have produced seminars and teaching aids to encourage nursing home caregivers to discuss and accommodate their residents' sexual desires.

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