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Thornburgh Signs On To Brownback Campaign

Updated: 09/03/2009 - Kansas Secretary of State, and former gubernatorial candidate in his own right, Ron Thornburgh is joining forces with Sen. Sam Brownback as the Republican Senator vies to become the state's next Governor.

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Short Chase Lands Man Behind Bars

Posted: 09/02/2009 - 22-year old Brenton Bacon of Topeka was arrested on charges he fled sheriff's deputies and had an open container of alcohol in his vehicle.

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State Rep. Wants Open Meetings Opinion

Posted: 09/02/2009 - Rep. Anthony Brown, R-Eudora, says he's concerned elected officials are saying they're meeting behind closed doors on personnel issues, when they're really hashing out budget decisions.

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Emporia Men Sentenced For Thefts

Posted: 09/02/2009 - Two Emporia men accused of stealing thousands of dollars in construction equipment in the Junction City area have been sentenced.

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Man Acquitted Of Vehicular Homicide

Posted: 09/02/2009 - KVOE Radio reports a jury acquitted Donald Petitt of vehicular homicide in the traffic death of Rachel Hall. However, the jury did find Petitt guilty of failure to yield.

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Blown Tire Leads To Downed Power Line

Posted: 09/02/2009 - Shawnee Co. Sheriff's deputies say a car swerved to avoid a collision with a truck that blew a tire and ended up bringing a power line down across Hwy. 40.

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Washburn Christens Tech School

Updated: 09/02/2009 - Washburn University celebrated the official renaming of Washburn Institute of Technology.

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USDA Questions Topeka Zoo's Communication

Posted: 09/02/2009 - The Topeka Zoo is facing allegations they may have misreported an animal death. The USDA says their primary concern with the zoo is trust. They say most zoos self-report animal deaths, and they say the Topeka Zoo may not have done that accurately in 2006.

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KDHE Announces New H1N1 Testing Procedures

Posted: 09/02/2009 - KDHE says it's no longer accepting specimens from everyone who sees a doctor with symptoms of H1N1. The state will continue testing samples from hospitalized patients.

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Fall Season for Tracking "Hot Jobs"

Posted: 09/02/2009 - September's here, and plenty of employers are hiring! Check out the September 3rd list of "Hot Jobs" including tons of listings you will only find here on the web!

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Goddard Police Officer Pleads Guilty

Posted: 09/02/2009 - According to the U.S. Attorney's Office, Calvin Schaffer contacted a woman he arrested on DUI charges in February and claimed he could get the charges dismissed in exchange for sex.

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ESU Students Take STAND Against Genocide

Posted: 09/02/2009 - Emporia State students spoke out Wednesday against the genocide in Sudan. The ESU chapter of Students Taking Action Now: Darfur, or STAND, hosted its second annual poker tournament, trying to raise awareness about the genocide in Africa's largest nation.

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Matrimonial Madness at Madelynn's

Updated: 09/02/2009 - Brides lined up outside of Madelynn's shop in Emporia hoping to get their gowns after the state closed the shop for failure to pay their sales and witholding taxes.

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St. Francis CEO Steps Down

Updated: 09/02/2009 - St. Francis Health Center CEO Michael Schrader is stepping down, citing personal reasons.

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Students Warned Of Internet Dangers

Posted: 09/02/2009 - Internet danger, including being bullied on-line, was the topic of discussion for freshmen at Topeka West High School Wednesday.

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