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Dillons Plans Expansion At North Topeka Store

Posted: 08/04/2009 - Hutchinson-based Dillons Food Stores announced Tuesday it will begin renovating and expanding its store on NW 25th street in the next few weeks.

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Lawrence Shelter Cuts Fees To Prevent Euthanizing

Posted: 08/04/2009 - Humane Society executive director Midge Grinstead says the humane society is near capacity. She says the reduction in fees is aimed at avoiding euthanizing some of the animals, which the Lawrence group has not done since 2000.

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Llamas' Attorney Asks Judge To Reconsider

Updated: 08/04/2009 - The focus of Irigonegaray’s motion is Judd’s contention that the Llamas brothers had 2 guns threatening him and 3 other off duty officers, but TPD detectives indicate only one.

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4 Wisconsin Women Accused In Lovers' Quadrangle Plot

Posted: 08/04/2009 - A married man who planned to rendezvous with one of his handful of lovers at an eastern Wisconsin motel instead found himself bound, blindfolded and assaulted by a group of women out for revenge, according to court documents.

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No Sanctions Against Store Selling KU Shirts

Posted: 08/04/2009 - U.S. District Judge Julie Robinson denied the request, saying Larry Sinks and Joe-College misunderstood an order explaining how many T-shirt designs were banned.

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Kansas Launches Redesigned Mentoring Web Site

Posted: 08/04/2009 - Program director Ella Todd says the Web site's new features are intended to attract more young adults into mentoring programs through social networking tools.

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Nebraska Abortion Provider Plans Kansas Clinic

Posted: 08/04/2009 - Dr. LeRoy Carhart said Monday his "main choice'' would be to locate the clinic in Wichita. Carhart said his attorney has talked to the Tiller family's attorney, but it is too early to make an announcement.

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Stormy Morning Across Northeast Kansas

Posted: 08/04/2009 - Storms rolled across Northeast Kansas Tuesday morning causing some power outages and dropping heavy rain in some areas.

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20 Whooping Cough Cases In 2 Kansas Counties

Posted: 08/03/2009 - Twenty cases of the highly contagious disease whooping cough, also called pertussis, were reported since June in Pottawatomie and Wabaunsee counties.

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Dodge City Woman Faces Sentence For Paying Ransom

Posted: 08/03/2009 - Angela Ramos-Ocana pleaded guilty in June to intentionally encouraging an illegal immigrant to live in the United States. She was sentenced to one year in prison.

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Boeing, Spirit Ask Judge To Toss Age Lawsuit

Posted: 08/03/2009 - Former Boeing workers sued in December 2005 claiming they lost their jobs because of their age. They are now seeking class-action status for the lawsuit. Boeing and Spirit Aerosystems want the case thrown out.

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Critics Take New Step To Block Kansas Coal Plant

Posted: 08/03/2009 - The Sierra Club said Monday it has asked the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to require a study of the environmental effects of a new coal-plant in southwest Kansas and possible alternatives.

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Chief Makes Case for Helicopter Unit

Posted: 08/03/2009 - Topeka Police Chief Ron Miller spent hours Monday with media and community leaders talking about Topeka's need for a helicopter unit.

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Wittig Close To Release

Posted: 08/03/2009 - The former Chief Executive Officer of Westar Energy will be getting out of prison almost a month before his sentence was scheduled to expire.

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Man With Alzheimers Found, Back Home

Updated: 08/03/2009 - Family members asked for helping finding Wayne Deal. The 76-year old has Alzheimers and hadn't been seen since Monday morning. His family says he is back home after being involved in a car accident.

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Boy Scouts Looking For Memories

Posted: 08/03/2009 - The Jayhawk Area Council of Boy Scouts of America is celebrating 100 years of scouting by asking all current and former scouts to share their experiences.

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Shawnee Co. Tests Civil Defense Sound; Siren Replacement On Track

Updated: 08/03/2009 - Shawnee Co. tested the civil defense attack sound on its warning sirens Monday, rather than the usual storm sound. At least three sirens didn't work. The test came hours after County Commissioners approved a deal for replacing the county's alert sirens.

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Shawnee Co. Approves Health Clinic Land Purchase

Posted: 08/03/2009 - The clinic would move from its current location at Hillcrest Community Center to a vacant lot near 21st and California Street. The planned new facility would more than triple its size.. and double the number of providers.

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