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Parents Cautioned: It Doesn’t Take a Fire to Burn a Child

Updated: 01/26/2009 - Safe Kids Kansas reminds parents and caregivers that fire is just one cause of burn injuries — children can also be seriously injured by hot foods and beverages, heating appliances, hot pots and pans, electrical currents and chemicals.

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GOP Plan to Fix Kan. Budget Endorsed

Updated: 01/26/2009 - Ways and Means Committee Chairman, Sen. Jay Emler (R), proposed a 3.4 percent across-the-board cut to help a budget deficit for Fiscal Year 2009 Monday.

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Locals Celebrate 149th Birthday of Kansan Leader

Updated: 01/25/2009 - About 50 people raised their forks and toasted birthday cake to Charles Curtis today. At the Charles Curtis House Museum, owner Nova Cottrell offered tours and a short lecture about the politician and Bleeding Kansas as part of the annual birthday party for Curtis.

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Students Robbed in Drive-Thru Lane

Updated: 01/25/2009 - Lawrence police are looking for a man who held up four University of Kansas students in the drive-thru lane of a fast-food restaurant.

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Gray Drops Council Bid

Updated: 01/25/2009 - Gray, who made the announcement on January 5th that he would run, is stepping down after becoming a top candidate for the State Chair of the Libertarian Party.

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Kansas Man Sentenced For Making Fake IDs

Updated: 01/25/2009 - A Kansas City, Kan., man is sentenced to more than eight years in prison for producing and trafficking counterfeit identification documents.

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Bill Would Kill 3.2 Beer

Updated: 01/25/2009 - Kansas lawmakers could consider a bill this legislative session that would allow supermarkets and convenience stores in the state to sell full-strength beer.

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KU Considers Cutting Private Plane Use

Updated: 01/25/2009 - In another tough budget year, University of Kansas officials are considering cutting back on using their private air flights.

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Judge Refuses Conflict Claims in Tax Fraud Case

Updated: 01/25/2009 - A federal judge determines that a Joplin, Mo., man charged with tax fraud can pay the legal fees of his co-defendants and those co-defendants can share defense attorneys.

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Returning Soldiers Receive Warm Welcome Home

Updated: 01/26/2009 - Soldiers returning from a 15-month tour to Iraq received a warm welcoming from the Aviation Battalion today. The Ist Infantry Division's 2/1 General Support Aviation Battalion, Combat Aviation Brigade, hosted the Home Ball at the Courtyard Marriott.

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Local Shelters Give Away Free Dogs and Cats

Updated: 01/24/2009 - Local residents found new family members through the "Change a Pet's Life Day" at the Helping Hands Humane Society. Homeless dogs and cats received new homes through today's national free adoption drive. Hill's Science Diet covered the fees for the first 10 pet adoptions at shelters across the country.

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Auto Shop Fire

Updated: 01/24/2009 - An Auto Shop on the 3000 Block of SE Fremont caught fire Saturday evening causing $50,000 in total damages.

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Silvia Ortiz Running for Re-election in District 3

Updated: 01/27/2009 - City Councilwoman Sylvia Ortiz is running for re-election. Ortiz has served one term on the council. She represents district three and is the first person from that district to announce her intention to run.

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Some Officials Question Aviation Training Center

Updated: 01/24/2009 - A couple of Sedgwick County commissioners are wondering if there's still a need to build a $54 million aviation training center at a time when so many workers in the industry are being laid off.

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Chanute Man Charged in Infant's Death

Updated: 01/23/2009 - A Chunute man has been charged with felony murder after the death of a 3-month-old who had been hospitalized with a head injury.

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Tower Fondation Donates $75,000

Updated: 01/23/2009 - The Tower Mental Health Foundation has donated $75,000 to the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center for Crisis Intervention Team training. The Tower Foundation was created in 2007 following a settlement between the AG's office and the Menninger Foundation.

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Brownback Calls for Air Force One to be American-Made

Updated: 01/23/2009 - Sen. Sam Brownback reacted Friday to reports that the contract to manufacture and service Air Force One will be opened to foreign competitors. Boeing has provided the presidential planes since the 1960s.

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