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Fort Riley Troops Expect Different Iraq

Posted: 08/28/2008 - Fort Riley soldiers heading to Iraq expect entirely different conditions than when they were there last. They are still, however, prepared to stay completely prepared.

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Indian Tribe Wants To Block Harrah's Sumner Casion

Posted: 08/28/2008 - A northeast Kansas Indian tribe wants a judge to block Harrah's Entertainment from going forward with plans to build and manage a state-owned casino in Sumner County.

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Hawker Strike Could Come To An End

Posted: 08/28/2008 - Machinists are considering an offer that includes "important and substantial improvements." If approved, they could be back at work September 2.

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Canvassers Could Approve Primary Results

Posted: 08/28/2008 - The Kansas Board of Canvassers could soon approve the Aug. 5 results. The board includes Secretary of State Ron Thornburgh and representaives of Gov. Kathleen Sebelius and Attorney General Steve Six.

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Police Offer Crime Prevention Tips

Posted: 08/27/2008 - Topeka Police remind citizens to be extra cautious when dealing with strangers who go door-to-door and ask for money, ask for a ride or ask to use the phone.

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On Your Side: Road Work

Posted: 08/27/2008 - Mulvane is getting some storm sewer work that will close down the block from Huntoon to 13th for two weeks.

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Topeka Municipal Court Judge Moves Up

Posted: 08/27/2008 - Gov. Kathleen Sebelius appointed Cheryl Rios-Kingfisher as a judge for Shawnee County's Third Judicial District. Rios-Kingfisher is currening Associate Municipal Court presiding judge for the City of Topeka.

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An American Song from the Heartland

Updated: 04/28/2009 - The spotlight has been on the democratic convention for the past couple of days. The spotlight has now turned to a Topeka man who has written a song inspired by a political speech.

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Topeka Police Department Officer Testing

Posted: 08/27/2008 - Anyone who wants to register for Topeka Police Department testing should do so by Thursday, August 28 to take part in the written and physical exams Friday, August 29.

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Students See What WU Has To Offer

Updated: 08/27/2008 - Students at Washburn University got a chance to see what some of the academic departments and student groups have to offer.

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Visit Topeka, Inc. Sells Itself to Event Planners

Posted: 08/27/2008 - Visit Topeka, Inc. held its fifth "Meeting Planner Showcase" Wednesday. The event shows off Topeka as a one-stop shop for meetings, conventions, conferences and other events.

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Kansas Elementary Principal Prepares for Iraq Tour

Posted: 08/27/2008 - Lansing Elementary School Principal Tim Newton reports Wednesday to train for a tour in Iraq. He's encouraging teachers and students to send him school supplies which he can take to the children there.

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KU Research Aide Accused of Making Controlled Substance in School Lab

Posted: 08/27/2008 - KU's public safety office says a 28-year old medicinal chemistry research aide was arrested on suspicion of making a controlled substance in a university labe. Coworkers called police. The suspect is free on $15,000 bond. No charges have been filed.

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Spirit Picks Its Wichita Plant for Fuselage Work

Posted: 08/27/2008 - Spirit AeroSystems says it will invest $260 million and add 700 jobs at a new factory on its Wichita site. The location will build the fuselage for the Cessna Citation Columbus.

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Man Sentenced to Life for Kansas Girl's 1974 Slaying

Posted: 08/27/2008 - 61-year old John Henry Horton was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison for the 1974 murder of 13-year old Lizabeth Wilson. Lizabeth disappeared while walking home from the Prairie Village swimming pool.

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Kansas Senator to Focus on "Whole Life" Message

Posted: 08/27/2008 - Senator Sam Brownback will be speaking at the GOP national convention next week. His speech will be focused on the message the the Republican party cherishes all life. Brownback is considered an important role in helping John McCain appeal to religious right.

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Topeka Man Arrested For Sunday Morning Assault

Posted: 08/27/2008 - 24-year-old William Phelps arrested and charged in connection with an assault that happened early Sunday morning. Police are still looking for a second suspect, described as a black male with braided hair. The assault happened outside 1424 SW Lane.

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