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Bowyer Gets Emporia Revved Up For Building

Posted: 03/28/2011 - NASCAR driver Clint Bowyer. Bowyer was back in his hometown to launch construction of the Bowyer Community Building at the Lyon County Fairgrounds in Emporia.

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Public To Decide Fate Of Kansas Expocentre

Updated: 03/28/2011 - Closing the Kansas Expocentre or doing $60 million in upgrades are at the extremes of a discussion Shawnee County Commissioners began Monday.

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NAACP to Alcala, Stop Badgering City Manager

Updated: 03/28/2011 - The Topeka Branch of the NAACP is calling for an end to what the group calls badgering of City Manager Norton Bonaparte by City Councilman John Alcala.

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Kansas' 2nd-largest School District Needs To Cut

Posted: 03/28/2011 - The second-largest school district in Kansas has sought advice from staff, students, parents and the community as it seeks to cut about $10 million from its budget for the upcoming school year.

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Icy Bridges Cause Accidents

Updated: 03/28/2011 - The Topeka Police Department went into Phase 3 Accident reporting at 10:45 pm Sunday after several minor accidents were reported, specifically on highway bridges and overpasses.

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Police Searching For Armed Thief

Posted: 03/27/2011 - Capt. Bill Cochran said a white man about 5' 8" with a black gun robbed Cirilla's at 3330 S. Topeka Blvd. just before 9p.m. Sunday.

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Rape Victim Outraged After Attacker Paroled

Posted: 03/27/2011 - A Wichita rape victim is outraged that her attacker was paroled, allowing him to pose as a police officer and sexually assault another woman in Kansas City, Kan.

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Kansas Wheat Worry

Posted: 03/27/2011 - Wheat farmers across much of Kansas are counting on Mother Nature for some help, and the sooner the better. Except for a section through central Kansas, much of the state is abnormally dry or in an extreme drought, taking a toll on the state's wheat crop.

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Kansas School Teachers Brace For Cuts

Posted: 03/27/2011 - Kansas teachers say there is little reason to be optimistic this year that the coming cuts to public education won't be as bad as announced.

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