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AP Investigation: Ike Environmental Toll Apparent

Posted: 10/05/2008 - Hurricane Ike's winds and massive waves destroyed oil platforms, tossed storage tanks and punctured pipelines. The environmental damage only now is becoming apparent: At least a half million gallons of crude oil spilled into the Gulf of Mexico and the marshes, bayous and bays of Louisiana and Texas, according to an analysis of federal data by The Associated Press.

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Council Meetings Could End Live TV Coverage

Updated: 10/07/2008 - A proposal before the City Council would end City 4 live coverage of the Council meetings. Some community members, and the mayor, are speaking out against the idea.

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GOP Assails Obama For "Negative" Views

Posted: 10/05/2008 - On the heels of Gov. Sarah Palin's statement yesterday that Sen. Barack Obama does not see America as "a force for good in the world," Rep. Heather Wilson, R-N.M., accused the Democratic presidential nominee of "talking down America."

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AG Warns of Identity Theft For The Dead

Posted: 10/05/2008 - Attorney General Steve Six warned consumers Friday that criminals appear to be trying to steal the identities of dead Kansas to open charge accounts through retail stores.

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Central Kansas Bank to House Drovers Museum

Posted: 10/05/2008 - A central Kansas bank that financed people who moved cattle from Texas to Kansas more than 120 years ago will be the home to a museum honoring the drovers.

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Two Dead After Train Rams Car in SE Kansas

Posted: 10/05/2008 - Sheriff Craig Murphy said the pair died Saturday night after the crash on tracks that cross a driveway on private property northeast of Augusta. The victims' names have not been released.

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Onus on McCain to Turn Presidential Race His Way

Posted: 10/05/2008 - One month before Election Day, Barack Obama sits atop battleground polls in a shrinking playing field, the economic crisis is breaking his way and he has made progress toward winning the White House.

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Rev Up Your Engines for Family Fun

Updated: 10/04/2008 - Kids had the chance to explore all of their favorite busses and trucks this morning at the fourth annual "Rev Up Your Engines" at Good News Church in Topeka.

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Tot called 911 to slaying scene, cop testifies

Posted: 10/04/2008 - A deputy who responded to a 911 call three years ago described finding a 2-year-old boy holding a phone as his parents lay brutally slain upstairs as the trial for the man accused of killing the couple began Friday.

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Her success against odds inspires singer John Legend

Posted: 10/04/2008 - Moved by a 2007 trip to Ghana, singer/songwriter John Legend joined the fight to end extreme poverty in his lifetime. And based on his experiences in poor, rural areas of Africa, he says, real change is possible.

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FDA: Tiny amount of melamine not harmful to adults

Posted: 10/04/2008 - Eating a tiny bit of a melamine, the chemical responsible for a global food safety scare, is not harmful except when it's in baby formula, U.S. food safety officials said Friday.

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