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McEachron Students Listen to Jazz and Learn About Culture

Updated: 11/25/2008 - McEachron Elementary students listened to great music and learned about different cultures Tuesday morning. The New Orleans Jazz Band , headed by musician Carlos Martinez, played for the students.

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Marine archaeologists find remains of slave ship

Updated: 01/14/2010 - WASHINGTON – Marine archaeologists have found the remains of a slave ship wrecked off the Turks and Caicos Islands in 1841, an accident that set free the ancestors of many current residents of those islands. Some 192 Africans survived the sinking of the Spanish ship Trouvadore off the British-ruled islands, where the slave trade was banned.

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Germ alert: Steer clear of flatbed chicken trucks

Updated: 01/14/2010 - ATLANTA – You've heard about the chicken that crossed the road. But have you heard the one about the chickens traveling down the road? It's no laughing matter. Crates of chickens being trucked along the highway in the back of an open truck can shoot a bunch of nasty bacteria into the cars behind them, researchers have found.

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Wall Street extends Dow's rally to third day

Updated: 01/14/2010 - NEW YORK – Wall Street showed some signs of stability Tuesday as investors, heartened by government plans to aid consumer lending companies, selectively bought more stocks following a huge two-day rally. Gains in blue chips gave the Dow Jones industrials and the Standard & Poor's 500 index their first triple-session advance in more than two months.

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Michael Vick pleads to state dogfighting charge

Updated: 01/14/2010 - SUSSEX, Va. – Former NFL quarterback Michael Vick pleaded guilty Tuesday to a state dogfighting charge, a move that could make him eligible to leave prison early and potentially speed up a return to pro football.

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Miami judge rules against Florida gay adoption ban

Updated: 01/14/2010 - MIAMI – A judge on Tuesday ruled that a strict Florida law that blocks gay people from adopting children is unconstitutional, declaring there was no legal or scientific reason for sexual orientation alone to prohibit anyone from adopting.

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Venezuela's Chavez welcomes Russian warships

Updated: 01/14/2010 - LA GUAIRA, Venezuela – Russian warships sailed into port in Venezuela on Tuesday in a show of strength as Moscow seeks to counter U.S. influence in Latin America. Russia's first such deployment in the Caribbean since the Cold War is timed to coincide with President Dmitry Medvedev's visit to Venezuela, the first ever by a Russian president.

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Lieberman: Obama 'about perfect' in Cabinet picks

Updated: 01/14/2010 - HARTFORD, Conn. – Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman took another step Tuesday toward mending his relationship with Democrats, saying that Barack Obama's actions since winning the presidency have been "just about perfect."

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Massive new programs aimed at loosening credit

Updated: 01/14/2010 - WASHINGTON – Rolling out powerful new weapons against the financial meltdown, the Bush administration and the Federal Reserve pledged $800 billion Tuesday to blast through blockades on credit cards, auto loans, mortgages and other borrowing. Total bailout commitments neared a staggering $7 trillion.

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Pauline South Students Celebrate Thanksgiving Early

Updated: 11/25/2008 - Pauline South Intermediate students got to celebrate Thanksgiving a couple days early. The Washburn Rural High School band joined in the festivities Tuesday at the school's Community Thanksgiving Dinner.

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Official: Gates to stay at Pentagon

Updated: 01/14/2010 - CHICAGO – President-elect Barack Obama will keep Defense Secretary Robert Gates in that job for at least a year, according to an official familiar the two men's discussions.

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Obama: Economic rescue will trump deficit fight

Updated: 01/14/2010 - CHICAGO – The economy growing weaker, President-elect Barack Obama said Tuesday that recovery efforts will trump deficit concerns when he takes office in January. Yet he pledged a "page-by-page, line-by-line" budget review to root out unneeded spending.

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Gas Prices in Kansas Among Nation's Lowest at Busy Travel Time

Updated: 11/25/2008 - Just in time for the busiest travel week of the year, gasoline prices are reaching new lows in Kansas and around the country. Triple-A reports that Kansas' $1.70 average today is among the lowest in the nation,

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Kansas Woman Loses $170,000 to Internet Scam

Updated: 11/25/2008 - An Internet scam has cost a 65-year-old Salina woman $170,000, an amount that police say may be the largest reported to be lost locally to scammers.

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Best Pie in America

Updated: 11/25/2008 - DOVER, Kan. - If you are looking for the best pie in America, you don't have to go far. It is Norma Grubb's coconut cream pie, made in Dover, Kansas. Grubb's pie won Good Morning America Weekend's Best Slice Challenge, Monday, and it has taken the small town of Dover by storm. The pies are now so popular that it is not possible to buy a whole pie or make an order until after the holidays.

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Capital City Students Give Animals a Hand

Updated: 11/25/2008 - Students and staff from Capital City School delivered some much needed supplies to the Helping Hands Humane Society Tuesday afternoon.

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New Owners of Boutique Cut Ribbon

Updated: 11/25/2008 - The Greater Topeka Chamber of Commerce celebrated with the new owners of a Topeka clothing store.

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Kansas Highway Closed After Ethanol Spill

Updated: 11/25/2008 - Crews continue to clean up an eastern Kansas ethanol spill that closed a section of U.S. 169 for hours and caused one home to be evacuated.

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Security Savings Asks Bailout Money

Updated: 11/25/2008 - Security Savings Bank president and CEO Michael Copeland said in a letter to customers the bank is asking for help not out of necessity, but to provide a boost to its ability to serve customers in a "difficult financial environment.''

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Fatal Pine Disease Moves into Barton County

Updated: 11/25/2008 - District forester Jim Strine says if people don't do anything to prevent the spread of a fatal pine disease, as many as 90 percent of the Austrian Pines in Great Bend could end up dying.

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