More Headlines

US military deaths in Iraq war at 4,173

Posted: 09/27/2008 - As of Friday, Sept. 26, 2008, at least 4,173 members of the U.S. military have died in the Iraq war since it began in March 2003, according to an Associated Press count.

Read More

House approves nuclear pact with India

Posted: 09/27/2008 - The House voted overwhelmingly Saturday to approve a landmark pact that would allow the U.S. to provide nuclear materials to India.

Read More

Senate leader: Significant progress on bailout

Posted: 09/27/2008 - Nervously eyeing the markets' next trading session, congressional Democrats and Republican senators pushed for an agreement Saturday on a multibillion-dollar bailout for the financial sector. House Republicans, however, said they would not be stampeded into accepting an unwise rescue.

Read More

Fair Showcases Artists, Remembers Legacy

Updated: 10/10/2008 - Topeka's 3rd Annual Aaron Douglas Art Fair showcased work from diverse and emerging artists from the region, as well as numerous community food vendors and area bands.

Read More Map

AP Examines Deadly Clash On Bolivian Jungle Road

Posted: 09/27/2008 - A deadly clash on a jungle highway has become the newest and bloodiest symbol of Bolivia's political crisis, pitting President Evo Morales against an autonomy movement in the eastern lowlands that is bitterly resisting his leftist reforms.

Read More

Armed Robberies In Egypt's Remotest Desert

Posted: 09/27/2008 - The abduction of a European tour group in a distant corner of Egypt's desert underlines the potential dangers of adventure tourism pushing deeper into remote destinations and getting closer to conflict zones.

Read More

Car Bomb Kills 17 In Tghtly Controlled Syria

Posted: 09/27/2008 - A brazen car bombing near Syrian security offices killed 17 people Saturday, the deadliest attack in decades that raised questions about the regime's usually strong grip as the country tries to boost its international profile.

Read More

Chinese Cheer As Astronauts Makes First Spacewalk

Posted: 09/27/2008 - Chinese celebrated their nation's first spacewalk Saturday, gathering at outdoor TV screens to cheer live video of the milestone for a program that has ambitions of building a space station and challenging the U.S. and Russia in offworld exploration.

Read More

U.S. Destroyer Watching Hijacked Ship Off Somalia

Posted: 09/27/2008 - A U.S. destroyer off the coast of Somalia closed in Saturday on a hijacked Ukrainian ship loaded with tanks and ammunition, watching it to ensure the pirates who seized it do not try to remove any cargo or crew.

Read More

Senate Sends Big Spending Bill To Bush To Sign

Posted: 09/27/2008 - Automakers gained $25 billion in taxpayer-subsidized loans and oil companies won elimination of a long-standing ban on drilling off the Atlantic and Pacific coasts as the Senate passed a sprawling spending bill Saturday.

Read More

Fort Riley Fall Festival = Fun!

Posted: 09/27/2008 - Fort Riley troops appreciated the break in their routine, as they invited family members and the community out for their annual Fall Festival.

Read More

Memorial To Slain Gay Student Dedicated In Wyoming

Posted: 09/27/2008 - The nation — and the city of Laramie — has become more accepting of gays and lesbians in the 10 years since a gay University of Wyoming student was beaten, lashed to a lonely fence and left to die, his mother said Saturday.

Read More

Hurricane Watch For Maine As Kyle Heads North

Posted: 09/27/2008 - A rare hurricane watch was posted for part of the Maine coast on Saturday as Tropical Storm Kyle roared north toward the region with a threat of conditions similar to one of New England's nor'easter storms.

Read More

Town Shows Economic Woes Weighing On Election

Posted: 09/27/2008 - In this corner of America known as the RV capital of the world, Todd Brink once made a good living producing the gleaming behemoths that cruised the nation's open roads. He was prospering. So, too, was the industry.

Read More

Paul Newman, Actor Who Personified Cool, Dies

Posted: 09/27/2008 - Paul Newman, the Oscar-winning superstar who personified cool as the anti-hero of such films as "Hud," "Cool Hand Luke" and "The Color of Money" — followed by a second act as an activist, race car driver and popcorn impresario — has died. He was 83.

Read More

Man Disappears Overnight, Family Concerned

Posted: 09/27/2008 - A Wakarusa, Kan. family is offering a reward to anyone who is able to help them find and bring their loved one home. Family members say Larry Carls, 49, disappeared in the middle of the night September 9.

Read More Map

Fitness Center Rallies for a Cancer Cure

Posted: 09/27/2008 - Wood Valley Racquet Club & Fitness Center hosts a breast cancer awareness campaign, Rally for the Cure, Saturday, Sept. 27th to raise money for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure organization.

Read More Map

Get Involved in Crafting State Energy Policy

Posted: 09/27/2008 - Lt. Governor Mark Parkinson has issued a statement to you, the public, encouraging you to give your input in crafting Kansas energy policy by attending a public hearing in Wichita Tuesday, Sept. 30.

Read More Map
631 SW Commerce Pl. Topeka, Kansas 66615 phone: 785-272-6397 fax: 785-272-1363 email: feedback@wibw.com
Gray Television, Inc. - Copyright © 2002-2014 - Designed by Gray Digital Media - Powered by Clickability