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Oil Well Blaze Closes Highway

Updated: 06/16/2010 - Lightining struck an oil well south of Alma, sparking a flames that could be seen from miles away.

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Shawnee County Flooding Receding

Updated: 06/16/2010 - Shawnee County Emergency Management says most localized flooding had receded by 6:30 pm, but parts of SE Tecumseh and SE Shawnee Heights Roads remained blocked.

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Diana's Recommended Summer Reading List

Posted: 06/16/2010 - Diana Friend chatted with Ralph Tuesday about some very good books your children should read this summer, based on their grade level.

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Topeka Defensive Driving Course

Posted: 06/16/2010 - You can sharpen your skills to avoid car crashes and learn specific legal driving behaviors in the course starting at the end of the month.

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Wreck Blamed On Texting Driver

Posted: 06/16/2010 - The Kansas Highway Patrol says 27-year old John Leese was westbound on K-10 Tuesday when he was texting, lost control, and went through the median.

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Manhattan Goes Hands-Free

Posted: 06/16/2010 - The growing number of tragedies caused by distracted driving has prompted Manhattan officials to take action.

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Riley County Flood Waters Subside

Updated: 06/16/2010 - Authorities say water levels along Wild Cat Creek, Dry Branch Creek, and Seven Mile Creek are going down Wednesday night.

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Charges Dropped In Kansas Elderly Mistreatment Case

Posted: 06/16/2010 - Prosecutor Stephen Maxwell said Tuesday that charges against Thomas G. Roberts have been dismissed because the elderly woman he was accused of mistreating has died. He pleaded innocent last September.

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Douglas County Jail Installing Solar Power

Posted: 06/16/2010 - Douglas County inmates will soon be using water warmed by solar power as part of the county's efforts to make public buildings more environmentally sustainable.

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Governor Creates Commission To Lower Kansas Dropout Rate

Posted: 06/16/2010 - To better prepare Kansas students for their future and strengthen the economy, Governor Mark Parkinson has established the Kansas Commission on Graduation and Dropout Prevention and Recovery.

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Zoo Offers Father's Day Deal

Posted: 06/16/2010 - The Topeka Zoo is offering people the opportunity to treat their dad to a free day at the zoo this Father’s Day, June 20, with one paid admission.

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University Library Awards Scholarship

Posted: 06/16/2010 - K-State Libraries has awarded the Morse Scholarship to a student from Overland Park. She'll use the money for her summer internship with Disaster Volunteers of Ghana.

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KSU Student Monitors Facebook Profiles For Research

Posted: 06/16/2010 - For her latest study, Natalie Pennington, a grad student, monitored 20 K-State undergraduates' profiles for two months, noting what pictures the students posted and took down and the reasons for these actions.

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Hearing For Suspect In 4 Deaths Delayed

Updated: 06/16/2010 - A preliminary hearing in the case of a former Columbia, Mo., city official charged with killing four family members in Kansas has been delayed for two months.

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Open Carry In Topeka Still Legal

Updated: 06/15/2010 - Topeka city council on Tuesday decided to keep things the same for gun owners in Topeka. The open carrying of guns is still legal.

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