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New Cost-Sharing Plan Could Help Wind Energy

Posted: 06/18/2010 - A state officials says federal approval of a cost-sharing plan to build electric transmission lines in eight states is likely to help develop wind energy in Kansas.

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Video: Dave Johnson's Invasive Ear Procedure

Updated: 06/18/2010 - The Week in Review guys' "#1 fan" Bess still thinks they're pompous, but that's not stopping them from talking about the big news that made headlines this week. BONUS: Dave shows his invasive ear procedure on camera. Watch the Week in Review now.

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Westar Giving Away Free Fans on Friday

Posted: 06/17/2010 - Once Westar donates all those free fans this morning, Topekans can apply for them from 10-3 on weekdays, to help cool off their homes in this scorching heat.

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RoadRunners Offer More Season Ticket Benefits

Posted: 06/17/2010 - With their first season in Topeka complete with a new owner, Topeka's RoadRunners have decided to entice their current and future hockey season ticket holders with even more for next season.

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Elderly Kansas Couple Lose Heavily To Scam

Posted: 06/17/2010 - An elderly Kansas couple lost more than $100,000 to an apparent scam, and Salina police say it's unlikely the pair will recover any of the funds.

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Woman Attacked While Riding Bike

Posted: 06/17/2010 - Lawrence Police say a woman was attacked Wednesday afternoon while riding her bike near Clinton Lake.

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Lt. Governor Commends Kansas Transmission Project

Updated: 06/17/2010 - Kansas Lieutenant Governor Troy Findley is commending the continued progress of a transmission project following the approval of a new "Highway/Byway" method of sharing costs for new electric transmission.

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Man Shot Following Fight In Topeka

Posted: 06/17/2010 - Police say a man ran to a KWIK Shop to call 911 after he was shot in the hand by another person. Police later arrested Allen Thomas as the suspected shooter.

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Uninterrupted Sleep Important To Good Health

Posted: 06/16/2010 - Dr. Shawn Magee says just one night of poor sleep or even one hour less than your usual routine is enough to make a measurable difference in how alert you are, how you perform and how you do on tests.

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