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Two Men Plead Guilty In $3M Mortgage Fraud

Posted: 09/24/2010 - 27-year old Eric M. Rabicoff of Hutchinson, Kansas pleaded guilty to one count of money laundering, while 26-year old Richard Ngek of Lee’s Summit, Missouri pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering and wire fraud.

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Diesel Drag Trucks Invade Topeka

Posted: 09/24/2010 - The diesel hot rod truck "Dirty Max" pulled into Ed Bozarth Chevrolet. It's touted as the worlds fastest street diesel dragster.

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WIBW-TV Continues To Work To Fix Our Signal Issue

Updated: 09/24/2010 - Engineers have isolated the problem to our connections to the fiber line from the TV station to Cox Cable and then to the site where we transmit our signal to our Maple Hill tower.

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WIBW-TV Picture Breaking Up

Posted: 09/24/2010 - As our loyal viewers well know, the WIBW TV signal has been suffering video and audio breakup the past week, and our engineers have been working overnight to troubleshoot the problem.

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Silver Haired Legislature To Convene

Posted: 09/24/2010 - Members of the 2010 Kansas Silver Haired Legislature will convene next week at the Statehouse with an agenda that includes term limits for elected officials and legalizing marijuana for medical purposes.

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AG Says It Was Mistake To Record Longoria Call

Posted: 09/23/2010 - Defense attorneys for a 36-year-old man accused of killing a Great Bend girl say jail staff improperly recorded a call between Adam Joseph Longoria and his attorney's office.

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Flu Bug May Bite Early

Updated: 09/23/2010 - With early signs of flu-like symptoms, health officials say it's a reminder to get your flu vaccine as soon as possible.

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K-18 Construction Will Slow Down Game Day

Posted: 09/23/2010 - New construction beginning on K-18 recently means the road is down to one lane and speed limits are reduced near the Manhattan Regional Airport.

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Six, Schmidt Face Off In First Debate For Kan. AG

Updated: 09/23/2010 - Attorney General Steve Six on Thursday defended his decision not to join other states in a legal challenge to federal health care reform. His Republican rival, state Senate Majority Leader Derek Schmidt, vowed to find a way for Kansas to join that lawsuit.

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Teacher Gets Probation For Internet Chat With Teen

Posted: 09/23/2010 - A former Wichita high school English teacher has been sentenced to a year's probation and 10 years on the state sex offender list for sending suggestive messages to a 14-year-old girl over the Internet.

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