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Bill would ID Internet campaign contributors

Updated: 03/09/2009 - Republican House member Scott Schwab of Olathe has filed what he calls the ``Sean Tevis'' bill. The measure would require any candidate who raises over $5,000 in contributions of under $50 each to list the donors.

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Kan. Board Boosts Vaccine Requirements

Updated: 03/09/2009 - Kansas students will be getting more shots before going back to school next fall after the state health department increased immunization requirements.

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Kan. gov on tap for HHS as Medicaid debate swirls

Updated: 03/09/2009 - As Gov. Kathleen Sebelius waits to be confirmed as U.S. secretary of health and human services, a debate is swirling in Kansas around the state's Medicaid program.

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How Will the American Recovery Act Affect Kansas?

Updated: 03/09/2009 - Lt. Gov. Mark Parkinson joins SRS Secretary Jordan and Dept. of Labor Secretary Garner said Monday the American Recovery Act will expand unemployment benefits and lifts restrictions on who can get food assistance in Kansas.

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Fort Riley Testing Voice Towers

Updated: 03/08/2009 - Starting Sunday the latest 20 giant voice towers or mass notification systems are being tested.

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House Fire Causes $70,000 in Damages

Updated: 03/08/2009 - Soldier Township Firefighters say the fire was contained to the basement of the home at 6232 northeast Indian Creek Road.

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College Grads Hire Themselves to Avoid Unemployment

Updated: 03/08/2009 - With February's national unemployment rate topping headlines at eight percent, college graduates are scrambling. But a few local graduates are beating the gloom by casting their own shadow on the bartending business.

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Voters to Decide on Bond For Chapman Schools

Updated: 03/08/2009 - Nearly a year after a tornado roared through the northeast Kansas town of Chapman, voters will decide whether to approve a bond issue to pay to rebuild its three public schools.

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24th TPD Citizen's Academy Accepting Applications

Updated: 03/08/2009 - Are you prepared to be exposed to the problems and challenges faced by law enforcement officials? You could be with the proper training through the 24th Citizens' Academy.

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Soccer with a Winning Goal

Updated: 03/08/2009 - The newest soccer program in the area kicked off Saturday. Topeka Tops-occer is designed especially for children who have cognitive and, or physical disabilities.

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Sebelius To Lobby For Federal Dollars

Updated: 03/08/2009 - Gov. Sebelius and other state leaders want congress to approve money to build the NBAF lab, as well as make the KU Cancer Center a National Cancer Center.

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1,200 Homeless Children in Wichita Schools

Updated: 03/08/2009 - Wichita schools have identified 1,200 students who meet federal guidelines for being homeless. Recessions take a toll on children.

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Wichita Case Spotlights Teacher Abuse

Updated: 03/08/2009 - A Wichita case involving a former assistant principal accused of raping a 6-year-old girl is putting the spotlight on teacher abuse involving young children.

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Man Accused of Stabbing Wife, is on the Run

Updated: 03/10/2009 - Marysville police are looking for a man suspected of stabbing his wife Friday. They believe 24-year old Douglas Kling may be headed toward the Topeka or Havensville area. ***NOW WITH PICTURE INCLUDED.

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At the Academy: Local Students Pick Up New Kind of Lesson

Updated: 03/07/2009 - About 20 people nibbled on doughnuts at Topeka's Law Enforcement Center while sipping coffee and juice. They weren't police officers though. They might grow up to be, as they are deemed the future leaders of the community.

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Highland Park defeats Seaman

Updated: 03/07/2009 - Highland Park defeated Seaman 52-46 in Lansing, advancing onto the State 5A tournament.

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Volunteers Spread the Word About Disaster Training

Updated: 03/07/2009 - Everyone knows that red means stop and green means go, but what about during a disaster? Just ask CERT volunteers. Trained locals in Tecumseh distributed "Ready Neighborhood" packets today to educate citizens about emergency reactions during a disaster, with red "HELP" and green "OK" signs.

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Woman in Critical Condition After Falling Asleep at Wheel

Updated: 03/07/2009 - The Kansas Highway Patrol says 23 year old Maria Depont of Annapolis, Maryland, was heading eastbound on I-70 just west of Ranch Road when she fell asleep causing her 2001 jeep to enter the median and roll.

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