More Headlines

'Burn After Reading' is No.1 at the Box Office

Posted: 09/15/2008 - Joel and Ethan Coen scored their biggest opener to date by raking in $19.4 million in ticket sales for "Burn After Reading" and helping end a seven-week attendance slide at theaters, according to studio estimates Sunday.

Read More

Luke Russert Gets into the Family Business

Posted: 09/15/2008 - The reporter who sat across from John McCain and Barack Obama for separate interviews that aired on NBC's "Today" show Friday was only 23. It was the late Tim Russert's son Luke.

Read More

Doctors Say Leg Pain Can Signal Deadly Blood Clot

Posted: 09/15/2008 - Far too many Americans are dying of dangerous blood clots that can masquerade as simple leg pain, says a major new government effort to get both patients and their doctors to recognize the emergency in time.

Read More

Stocks Set to Plunge after Fall of Lehman Bros.

Posted: 09/15/2008 - U.S. stocks headed for a sharply lower open and Treasury bond prices soared Monday as investors reacted to a stunning reshaping of the landscape of Wall Street. A series of events took out two storied names Sunday: Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. and Merrill Lynch & Co.

Read More

Wall Street Awakes to 2 Storied Firms Falling

Updated: 09/15/2008 - When Wall Street woke up Monday morning, two more of its storied firms had fallen. Bank of America agreed to purchase Merrill Lynch and Co. in an all stock transaction and Lehman Bros. announced it will file for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy.

Read More

Feds Hope Conductor Can Shed Light On Deadly Crash

Posted: 09/15/2008 - Federal and local investigators had no definitive answer as to why a commuter train carrying 220 people rolled past stop signals Friday and barreled head-on into a Union Pacific train in Chatsworth. The accident, the nation's deadliest rail disaster in 15 years, left train cars so mangled that some bodies had to be removed in pieces.

Read More

Nearly 2,000 Brought To Safety In Texas After Ike

Posted: 09/15/2008 - As teams persisted in the biggest search and rescue operation in Texas history, a new phase of the disaster wrought by Hurricane Ike was only beginning while thousands of people faced long stays in crowded shelters because their homes were damaged or destroyed.

Read More

Remnants Of Ike Blamed For 15 Deaths In Midwest

Posted: 09/15/2008 - Losing it devastating punch as a major hurricane, Ike nevertheless drubbed the Midwest with powerful winds and floodwaters that are being blamed for at least 15 deaths.

Read More

Million-Year-Old Camel Bone Found In Syria

Posted: 09/15/2008 - Scientists have unearthed a camel jawbone in the Syrian desert that they think may be a previously unknown tiny species of the animal and say dates back a million years.

Read More

WWF: Melting Arctic Adds Urgency To Climate Deal

Posted: 09/15/2008 - Data showing Arctic sea ice may reach its lowest level on record this summer underscores the need for governments to speed up talks on a new climate pact, the Worldwide Fund for Nature said Monday.

Read More

World Stock Markets Sink On Wall Street Crisis

Posted: 09/15/2008 - Asian and European stock markets were down sharply Monday amid growing alarm over the world's financial system after a seismic shake-up on Wall Street, with Lehman Brothers saying it would file bankruptcy and Merrill Lynch being sold to Bank of America.

Read More

Marine slaying suspect to be returned from Mexico

Posted: 09/14/2008 - The suspect in the death of a 20-year-old pregnant Marine will be returned to North Carolina to face charges in her slaying, a Mexican judge ruled Thursday, according to North Carolina authorities.

Read More

Teen charged with killing woman, three kids

Posted: 09/14/2008 - An 18-year-old man has been charged with murdering a woman and her three daughters, then setting fire to their Southern California home to hide the crime.

Read More

Wealthy rancher charged in deaths of 32 bison

Posted: 09/14/2008 - Keep your bison off my property or risk having them hunted, software executive Jeff Hawn warned his neighbor outside this old Colorado mining town. In a lawsuit he said the animals knocked his satellite television dishes off line and left dung, tracks and hair on "pristine pasture on rolling hills."

Read More

Chicago seeks aid after worst rain in at least 137 years

Posted: 09/14/2008 - Chicago authorities asked Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich to issue a disaster declaration after rainfall Saturday in the Windy City broke a single-day record that had stood for more than two decades.

Read More

Houston's post-Ike supplies coming, officials say

Posted: 09/14/2008 - Federal supplies of food and water will be available by Monday evening to Houstonians affected by Hurricane Ike, officials said Sunday after Houston's mayor voiced concern about when the aid would come.

Read More

Gun Shots Fired

Posted: 09/14/2008 - Several calls made to 9-1-1 Sunday night after gun shots were heard in a Topeka neighborhood.

Read More

Matt Damon, Wyclef Jean Visit Haiti City In Ruins

Posted: 09/14/2008 - Cries of adulation — and hunger — followed Haitian-born singer Wyclef Jean and actor Matt Damon as they toured flood-ravaged Gonaives on Sunday to call attention to widespread suffering in the marooned city.

Read More

Morales Struggles To Control Bolivia Amid Violence

Posted: 09/14/2008 - President Evo Morales struggled to assert control over a badly fractured Bolivia on Sunday as protesters set fire to a town hall and blockaded highways in opposition-controlled provinces, provoking gasoline and food shortages.

Read More
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