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Victims of Carbon Monoxide

Posted: 09/27/2010 - Two Manhattan residents are dead, a third hospitalized, all victims of carbon monoxide.

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City Of Ellinwood Recognized By KDHE

Posted: 09/27/2010 - Ellinwood, Kan. is the first city or county to be recognized by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment for its commitment to good waste management practices.

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Kansas Department Of Commerce To Lead Mission Trip To Russia

Posted: 09/27/2010 - The trip is to market Kansas purebred cattle. Kansas ranchers Mark Rohr of Hays, and Daniel Mushrush of Strong City, are scheduled to join counterparts from Colorado and Montana in promoting U.S. livestock genetics.

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3 Found Unconscious Due To Carbon Monoxide, 2 Die

Updated: 09/27/2010 - Riley County Police say three people found in a Manhattan home appear to be the victims of accidental carbon monoxide poisoning. Two of them died, one is in a Topeka hospital. All are in their 20's.

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For Second Time In A Year, Church Is Burglarized

Posted: 09/27/2010 - A church in suburban Wichita has been hit by thieves for the second time in a year. Sedgwick County authorities say thieves took a trailer filled with thousands of dollars in equipment during the weekend from the Aviator Church in Derby.

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RCPD Looking For Vandal

Updated: 09/25/2010 - The Riley County Police Department is looking for who tore down a banner behind a retaining wall.

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5th Annual Aaron Douglas Art Fair Saturday

Posted: 09/24/2010 - Follow the crowd to the big mural near Huntoon and Lane for today's art fair honoring famed artist, art instructor and Topeka High grad Aaron Douglas.

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Mighty Shunga Open Attracts Disc Golfers to Topeka

Posted: 09/24/2010 - Not always on the links, but check the golf activity at Lake Shawnee Saturday. You'll find nearly 200 disc golfers tossing hope to the wind to win in several divisions.

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Mount Hope's Financial Woes Focus Of Hearing

Updated: 09/24/2010 - Topeka’s Mount Hope Cemetery may see new management. An attorney with the AG's office argued Friday that the cemeteries current management group continues to break state law by not making monthly trust fund payments. (VIDEO INCLUDED)

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