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Highway Study Focuses On One Intersection

Updated: 10/15/2008 - The Highway 24 study was the topic of conversation at an open house Tuesday night. But one intersection was the main topic of conversation.

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Kansas Volunteers Sort Cans for a Good Cause

Posted: 10/14/2008 - College students competed for a good cause Tuesday. Volunteers from the Kansas Department on Aging collected cans Tuesday at "Let's Help," all part of the canned goods contest between Washburn University and Emporia State.

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WIBW Wins 4 First Place Awards at the KAB Meeting Tuesday

Posted: 10/14/2008 - 13 news won four first place awards at the Kansas Association of Broadcasters annual meeting in Wichita Tuesday. Our morning and noon team of Dave Johnson and Lindsay Shively won a first for Midday in Kansas.

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Kansas City Royals to Increase Ticket Prices

Posted: 10/14/2008 - The Kansas City Royal's losing season isn't stopping them from raising prices next year. The Wichita Business Journal reports the Royals are expected to hike ticket prizes 8.4%. The average price for a single ticket will go to $24.84, up almost two dollars from last season.

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Dole, McGovern Awarded World Food Prize

Posted: 10/14/2008 - Former presidential candidates Bob Dole and George McGovern are being honored this week for their efforts to curb world hunger. Dole, a Kansas Republican, and McGovern, a South Dakota Democrat, both saw their presidential ambitions squashed in landslide elections.

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Boeing Strike Talks Come to a Halt

Posted: 10/14/2008 - Talks between the Striking Machinists Union and Boeing Company came to a halt Monday without any deal in sight. The two sides sat down Sunday for the first time since 27,000 machinists went on strike September 6th.

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McPherson Mom Likely Won't Do Prison Time

Posted: 10/14/2008 - A 19-year-old Mcpherson mom likely won't do any prison time for dumping her infant daughter in a trash bin. Deidre Harman pleaded no contest Monday to child abandonment.

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Safe Property Management Training Session Held Tuesday

Posted: 10/14/2008 - The Topeka Police Department and Safe Streets are teaming up to help keep our community safer. A training session was held Tuesday for local landlords and property managers at Safe Streets.

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19-year-old Pleads Guilty in Tyson Theft

Posted: 10/14/2008 - 19-year old Ryan Silvey pleaded guilty to a lesser charge Tuesday. He was accused of taking $140,000 from the home of Tyson Foods Chairman John Tyson in Johnson, Arkansas. Silvey was arrested in Olathe, Kansas.

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See Venice, Before It Sinks

Posted: 10/14/2008 - CBS news producer Mimi Spillane visits Italy's city of (quickly rising) canals.

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Wichita's Joyland Amusement Park for Sale Again

Posted: 10/14/2008 - Longtime owners of Wichita's historic Joyland Amusement Park have regained control of the area and are trying to sell it again. It's been closed since 2006. Two other groups tried unsuccessfully to take over and keep it going.

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H&R Block Founder's Widow Donates $20M to KU Hospital

Posted: 10/14/2008 - The University of Kansas Hospital's cancer program is receiving it's largest individual gift ever from Annette Bloch. The widow of H&R Block founder Richard Bloch donated $20 million to the program.

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