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It's race against time to save Ike stalwarts

Posted: 09/14/2008 - Rescue crews canvassed neighborhoods inundated by Ike's storm surge early Sunday morning, racing against time to save those who spent a second harrowing night trapped amid flattened houses, strewn debris and downed power lines.

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Nine People Rescued From Kansas River

Updated: 09/14/2008 - Five teenagers were in the water, when three firefighters and another person also fell in, needing rescue. At least one person was described as being in critical condition.

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Beckham Makes First Trip to KC

Updated: 09/13/2008 - David Beckham made his first trip to the Midwest Saturday night when his Los Angeles Galaxy played the Kansas City Wizards. KC scored two goals in two minutes to win 2-nil.

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Topeka Start! Heart Walk

Updated: 09/14/2008 - More than 500 people walked Saturday morning in the Topeka Heart Walk.

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Ike wears itself out beating up on Texas

Posted: 09/13/2008 - Rescuers in Galveston, Texas, were going door-to-door Saturday to check on the estimated 20,000 people who failed to flee Hurricane Ike, which has slowed to tropical storm status.

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Missiles Launch, Career Ends

Posted: 09/13/2008 - A soldier who served in Vietnam in the 1960s and in Iraq this decade called it a career at a missile launch display. Fireworks for the end of a great career.

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In Harm's Way: Ike Floods Force Rescue Of Holdouts

Posted: 09/13/2008 - Even as they plucked people from rooftops and wrecked neighborhoods on Saturday, emergency responders grumbled over how many brushed off dire warnings and tried to ride out Hurricane Ike.

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Palin Says Farewell To Home State To Campaign Solo

Posted: 09/13/2008 - Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, who came to the friendly turf of her home state for her first campaign venture without John McCain, told supporters at a farewell rally Saturday that she'd return at the end of the campaign.

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Russian Troops Leave West, But Remain In Georgia

Posted: 09/13/2008 - Russian soldiers and armored vehicles pulled back from positions deep in western Georgia on Saturday, meeting a closely watched withdrawal deadline a month after the war between the former Soviet republics.

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Govt, Wall Street Races To Try To Save Lehman

Posted: 09/13/2008 - The financial world held its collective breath Saturday as the U.S. government scrambled to help devise a rescue for Lehman Brothers and restore confidence in Wall Street and the American banking system.

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Death Toll In LA Commuter Rail Crash Reaches 24

Posted: 09/13/2008 - Authorities have raised the confirmed death toll in the Los Angeles commuter rail disaster to 24 but they don't believe they have removed the last body from the wreckage.

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Martha Stewart starts a new TV season back at home

Posted: 09/13/2008 - Martha Stewart is inviting everybody over. The 67-year-old lifestyles guru (whose 153-acre Cantitoe Corners has become a topic of high interest and curiosity among her fans) is welcoming them, and the rest of the world, for an unprecedented visit on Monday's "The Martha Stewart Show" (syndicated; check local time and station).

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Biden prepares for more prominent role in campaign

Posted: 09/13/2008 - The vice presidential nominee you aren't hearing so much about, Democrat Joe Biden, is planning a more prominent role to help validate Barack Obama among white working-class voters and criticize the Republican rival he's long called a friend.

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At least 18 killed in bombings, shootings in Iraq

Posted: 09/13/2008 - Gunmen on Saturday abducted and killed four employees of an Iraqi television station who were filming a program about the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, one of a series of attacks in Iraq that left at least 18 people dead.

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Olympic Bird's Nest architects design NY high-rise

Posted: 09/13/2008 - The Swiss architects of the iconic Bird's Nest stadium at the Beijing Olympics are bringing their innovative style to New York City with a translucent glass skyscraper designed to look like houses stacked in the sky.

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Suspect in Spokane rapes facing civil trial

Posted: 09/13/2008 - A jogger grabbed Julie Harmia as she was walking home from a bus stop, shoved his hand into her mouth, dragged her to a vacant lot and raped her.

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US court reviews ruling in teen's terrorism death

Posted: 09/13/2008 - Twelve years after terrorists' gunfire killed 17-year-old American David Boim at a bus stop in a West Bank town near Jerusalem, U.S. courts are still trying to settle whether anyone must pay millions of dollars in damages.

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Thousands lead invisible life in Italy

Posted: 09/13/2008 - They speak Italian, eat Italian and cheer for Italy's soccer stars, but they are not Italian. In fact, it's hard to say what they are.

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Russians troops leave west, but remain in Georgia

Posted: 09/13/2008 - Russian soldiers and armored vehicles pulled back from positions deep in western Georgia on Saturday, meeting a closely watched withdrawal deadline a month after the war between the former Soviet republics.

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