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Boy To Testify At Father's Prelim On Capital Murder Charges

Updated: 05/19/2010 - A motions hearing for 46-year-old James Kahler was held in Osage County District Court Wednesday. It focused on whether his young son would testify to the killings of his mother, sisters and great-grandmother during a preliminary hearing.

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Getting The Message On Sexting

Posted: 05/19/2010 - An explicit image a mother forwarded to 13 News opened the door on how law enforcement and authorities handle sexting cases.

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Be Aware of Hepatitis This Month

Posted: 05/19/2010 - May marks the 15th anniversary of Hepatitis Awareness Month in Kansas and around the country. Viral hepatitis causes more than three-fourths of all major liver cancers.

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Salvation Army Kettles Will Return in July

Posted: 05/19/2010 - "Need has no season," so says Salvation Army Captain Chuck Yockey. He explains here why the red kettles we see for the Army at Christmas, are coming back in July. You can sign up as a volunteer ringer at www.ringtopeka.org.

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Westar Helps Buildings Ops Use Less Energy

Posted: 05/19/2010 - Westar announced 19 area building operators and facility managers completed a seven-class course series to earn their Building Operator Certification designation.

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Jury To Deliberate In Dimmick Case Thursday

Updated: 05/19/2010 - Testimony wrapped up Wednesday in the kidnapping trial of Jesse Dimmick in Shawnee County district court. Dimmick is accused of holding Lindsay and Jared Rowley hostage in their Dover home last September.

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ZZ Top Pulls Out Of State Fair

Updated: 05/19/2010 - The Kansas State Fair is still looking for acts to fill its grandstand performances.

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Kansan To Serve On Rural Education Panel

Posted: 05/19/2010 - Sally Cauble of Liberal will serve on a task force of the National Association of State Boards of Education studying rural and frontier education issues.

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Congressmen To Read Apology To American Indians

Posted: 05/19/2010 - Sen. Sam Brownback of Kansas and Rep. Jim McDermott of Washington state are joining Representatives from the Cherokee, Choctaw, Muscogee (Creek), Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate, and Pawnee nations in the ceremony Wednesday at the Congressional Cemetery.

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Kansas AG Readies Brief In Funeral Protest Case

Posted: 05/19/2010 - Attorney General Steve Six intends to file a friend of the court brief in an appeal by the family of Marine Lance Cpl. Matthew Snyder. The family sued the Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka after members picketed Snyder's 2006 funeral.

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Kansas Budget Item Takes Planned Parenthood Funds

Posted: 05/19/2010 - Ten advocates presented petitions Wednesday to Gov. Mark Parkinson's office, urging him to reject a portion of the budget taking money away from Planned Parenthood.

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KSU Students' Furniture Designs Earn Honors

Posted: 05/19/2010 - Kansas State University students from the College of Architecture, Planning and Design have earned honors in the annual Regional Student Competition sponsored by a furniture and furnishings interest group in the metropolitan Kansas City area.

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University Offers Summer Workshop

Posted: 05/19/2010 - A science and engineering summer workshop for girls in eighth and ninth grades is being offered at Kansas State University.

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Soothe Fussy Babies

Posted: 05/19/2010 - The Advanced Manufacturing Institute at Kansas State University has helped a Kansas entrepreneur develop a new bed for infants.

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Insurance Commissioner Approves SBC Dissolution

Posted: 05/19/2010 - Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger approved the demutualization and dissolution of Security Benefit. Guggenheim Partners will control SBC upon closing of the transaction.

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Wichita Woman Killed In Accident

Posted: 05/19/2010 - Audrey Lewis, 53, of Wichita, was killed Wednesday morning in an accident on I-135, according to the Kansas Highway Patrol.

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H&R Block Announces Job Cuts

Posted: 05/19/2010 - H&R Block Inc. says it plans to cut 400 jobs and close 400 underperforming locations to reduce annual operating costs.

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