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Kansas Mentors Hear Message of Engaging Youth

Updated: 04/14/2009 - More than 120 people made their way to the Kansas Governor's Conference on Mentoring. Participants could hear messages such as preventing dropout and engaging 21st century youth.

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Hospital CEOs Team Up to Help Marian Clinic

Updated: 04/14/2009 - Stormont-Vail CEO Maynard Oliverius and Saint Francis CEO Michael Shrader are honorary co-chairs for this year's Marian Clinic Friends Fund Drive Campaign. They hope to raise $400,000.

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Man Pleads Guilty in Cattle Theft

Updated: 04/14/2009 - 37-year old James Unruh of Ingalls, Kansas pleaded guilty to stealing almost $2 million worth of cattle.

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Three Men Robbed at Gunpoint

Updated: 04/14/2009 - The Shawnee County Sheriff's office needs your help finding three men who robbed people at gunpoint.

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Kansas Senator Recovering From Knee Surgery

Updated: 04/14/2009 - Roberts' office said he underwent surgery Tuesday at a Washington-area hospital to repair torn cartilage in his left knee. He was released and is recuperating at his home in Alexandria, Va.

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Olathe Man, Son Vie For US Monopoly Title

Posted: 04/14/2009 - A suburban Kansas City man and his son are among the contestants in this week's Monopoly U.S. National Championship in Washington.

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Tax Day Tea Parties Planned Across Kansas

Updated: 04/14/2009 - Americans for Prosperity is urging people to protest use of tax dollars for pork projects. They're organizing Tax Day Tea Parties around Kansas.

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Hallmark Slashing U.S. Work Force

Updated: 04/14/2009 - Kansas City-based Hallmark told employees Tuesday that it will cut 6 percent to 8 percent of its workers over the next six months. That translates to between 550 and 750 jobs. Workers in Kansas City, Topeka, Lawrence and Leavenworth are among those impacted.

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Both Doles Booked for Dole Lecture

Updated: 04/14/2009 - Former Senators Bob and Elizabeth Dole will appear together for the 2009 Dole Lecture sponsored by the Dole Institute of Politics. It's 2:30 pm May 3 at the Lied Center. Tickets are available starting April 20.

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Students Get Glimpse of Farm

Updated: 04/14/2009 - Area students got an up close and personal look at the impact agriculture has on their lives Tuesday Morning.

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Recount Reveals Emporia Smoking Ban Still Passes

Updated: 04/14/2009 - A recount of the ballots in the Emporia smoking ban was requested by Michael Helbert. The County Clerk began conducting the recount at 1:00 with the Canvassers expected certified the results at 4:00 p.m.

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Sebelius Creates Kansas Nature Coalition

Updated: 04/13/2009 - By executive order announced Monday, Gov. Kathleen Sebelius created the Kansas Coalition for Children in Nature. The group will promote outdoor learning experiences and environmental learning for young Kansans.

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Topeka Police, Shawnee Co. Sheriff Get Stimulus Money

Updated: 04/13/2009 - The Topeka Police Department and Shawnee County Sheriffs Office say they have received preliminary notification on a grant application that will provide the city and county $551,000 in federal stimulus money.

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Greinke Extends Scoreless Inning Streak

Updated: 04/13/2009 - Zack Greinke extended his scoreless inning streak to 25 innings and the Kansas City Royals held on to defeat the Indians 4-2 Monday night.

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Piece of Moon "Lands" at KU

Updated: 04/13/2009 - A touchable piece of moon rock is on display at Eaton Hall on the KU campus. The engineering department at KU is hosting "Driven to Explore," a traveling NASA exhibit that focuses on the programs future in human space exploration.

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Archer Wins District 7 by 1 Vote

Updated: 04/13/2009 - Robert Archer will be sworn into the District 7 seat on City Council Tuesday night at 6:00.

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Aldrich and Collins to Stay

Updated: 04/13/2009 - Both Sherron Collins and Cole Aldrich have announced they will return to the University of Kansas for the 2009-10 season.

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Change Comes Fast to Kansas Medical Board

Updated: 04/13/2009 - A year after outcry over a Kansas doctor linked to overdose deaths, the Board of Healing Arts took 98 actions on complaints against medical providers. That compares to 47 in 2007.

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Kansas Museum Buys Big Meteorite from Texas Farmer

Updated: 04/13/2009 - Weighing in at roughly 1,700 grams, the newest addition to the Kansas Meteorite Museum and Nature Center in Haviland is said to the largest piece of the meteor that broke apart near the Texas town of West.

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