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Beatle's Girlfriend Sometimes Misses Transit Work

Updated: 04/10/2009 - Nancy Shevell beamed for hundreds of cameras in London's Leicester Square, a green silk jacket on one arm and Paul McCartney on the other. The 49-year-old trucking heiress dazzled on the red carpet at a movie premiere with the ex-Beatle, her boyfriend of 18 months.

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Sunflower State Games Get Lottery Ticket

Updated: 04/10/2009 - The Kansas Lottery is helping publicize the 2009 Sunflower State Games with a $2 instant scratch game that went on sale this week.

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Topeka MacVicar Project Marks Milestone

Updated: 04/10/2009 - KDOT crews moved traffic to the newly-constructed southbound lanes of MacVicar Avenue so work can begin on the northbound lanes. The project should be complete by fall.

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Wisconsin Crash Victim Was KSU-Salina Graduate

Updated: 04/10/2009 - A pilot killed helping battle a wildfire in Wisconsin this week was a graduate of Kansas State University - Salina's pilot program. 36-year old Heath Van Handel's twin-engine Cessna crashed Wednesday while he was giving ground crews aerial data on a fire.

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Veto urged on Kansas Milk Labeling Bill

Updated: 04/10/2009 - Gov. Kathleen Sebelius is being urged to veto a milk labeling bill. The measure would require a disclaimer on milk and other dairy products produced without the use of the artificial growth hormone rBST.

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Russian space capsule lands safely with 3 aboard

Updated: 04/10/2009 - A Russian spacecraft carrying a crew of three including U.S. billionaire space tourist Charles Simonyi landed safely in Kazakhstan on Wednesday, officials said.

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Quake-prone Italy lags in quake-proofing buildings

Updated: 04/10/2009 - Italy is one of the most earthquake-prone countries in the world, but the vast majority of buildings in its most vulnerable regions don't meet modern seismic safety standards, experts say. Scientists say that is why Monday's temblor near L'Aquila took such a devastating toll.

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US wages war on bugs afflicting troops abroad

Updated: 04/10/2009 - Fluorescent rodent feces, a promising new mosquito repellant and a better flytrap are all part of a war on bugs designed to protect U.S. troops around the world.

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Emporia Smoking Ban Passes by 6 Votes

Updated: 04/10/2009 - Emporia smoking ban passes by 6 votes - 2,369 to 2,363. Effective at midnight, it will ban smoking in public places and the area within 10 feet of doorways.

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