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Violent Crime Surging In One Kansas County

Posted: 08/16/2010 - Saline County has eight murder cases and two attempted-murder cases currently pending in court, along with several sex offenses and three cases in which people are accused of injuring a baby by violent shaking.

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Violent Crimes On Rise In Central Kansas County

Posted: 08/16/2010 - Saline county is trying to respond to an increase in violent crimes, stretching an already-thin county attorney's office during a time of budget constraints.

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1,200 Expected For 99th Birthday Bash

Posted: 08/16/2010 - Former "Tonight Show'' bandleader Doc Severinsen will be among several professional musicians flying into northeast Kansas to honor a former music teacher on her 99th birthday.

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Several Musicians To Honor Clay Center Woman

Posted: 08/16/2010 - Former "Tonight Show'' bandleader Doc Severinsen will be among several professional musicians flying into northeast Kansas to honor a former music teacher on her 99th birthday.

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More Kansans Are Using Seat Belts This Year

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Posted: 08/16/2010 - A new study found that seat-belt use in Kansas was 81.8 percent this year, an increase of almost 5 percentage points over last year. That's the biggest increase since 1993.

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Police Search For Whomever Attacked Family Dog

Updated: 08/16/2010 - Between 8:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 7 and 7:30 a.m the next day, authorities say unknown assailants entered a gated property at 3642 SW Huntoon and attacked the family's dog.

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Water Main Break Closes 10th & Mulvane

Posted: 08/16/2010 - A water main break closed both westbound lanes of 10th Avenue between Mulvane Street and College as well as on eastbound lane, Topeka city officials reported Monday morning.

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Defense Secretary Gates Plans To Retire

Posted: 08/16/2010 - Kansas Native and Secretary of Defense for two presidents Robert Gates says he plans on retiring sometime before the end of next year.

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Water Main Break Closes Street

Posted: 08/16/2010 - A water main break at 10th and College has caused the immediate closure of the west bound lanes on 10th between Mulvane and College. There is one east bound lane open.

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TPD Finds Body In Field

Updated: 08/16/2010 - Topeka police officers were responding to a field fire when they found a woman's body.

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Learning More About Ones Treasures

Updated: 08/14/2010 - Many gathered at Washburn University Saturday to identify and to learn how to preserve items of historical and cultural significance.

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Chiefs Lose Opener to Atlanta, 20-10

Posted: 08/13/2010 - The end zone was still a no-fly zone for much of the Chiefs game, with Kansas City scoring late to play catchup in the opening night loss.

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Manhattan Storms Cause $250,000 in K-State Damage

Posted: 08/13/2010 - Powerful storms rocked Manhattan Friday night, sending trees crashing onto power lines and rooftops. It's another serious weather damage blow to the campus of Kansas State, this time just before the start of fall classes.

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Smithsonian Session Set for Washburn University

Updated: 08/14/2010 - And almost like the "Antiques Roadshow," expert consultants are available to look over up to three of your personal items for 20 minutes. They can help you preserve items of local African American historic significance.

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Parents Search For Clues In Stampede Death

Updated: 08/13/2010 - Parents of the teenage boy who died at Country Stampede in June are still searching for any clues into their son's death. (VIDEO INCLUDED)

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Topekan Named To National Boy Scout Hall

Posted: 08/13/2010 - Family, friends and scouts gathered Friday at the train depot in Gage Park to applaud Glenn Anschutz and his selection to the Boy Scouts of America National Hall of Leadership.

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