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Judge Certifies Second Sprint Case as Class-Action

Updated: 12/11/2008 - U.S. District Judge John Lungstrum on Wednesday certified the case against Sprint Nextel as a class-action. The lawsuit was filed by four current and former employees of Sprint's Business Direct Channel.

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Decision on Kansas Coal Plants Upheld

Updated: 12/11/2008 - A regulator's decision blocking two coal-fired power plants in southwest Kansas has been upheld in an administrative appeal. Sunflower Electric says the decision should clear the way for a Kansas Supreme Court review.

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Fire Destroys Trailer Home

Updated: 12/11/2008 - A mobile home fire devestated a Topeka family Thursday. The blaze broke out just before 11:30 a.m. at 3736 Southeast 40 highway. 33-year-old Jamie Mechtley was home at the time.

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Auto Bailout Could Affect Council Grove

Updated: 12/11/2008 - Council Grove is a proud small town that relies on the success of its two auto dealerships. Those dealerships in turn, are counting on a federal bailout to stay strong.

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Fed Ex Truck Lands in River Near Salina

Updated: 12/11/2008 - A Fed Ex driver took an unwanted detour on his delivery route. He was headed to Salina, on Interstate 70 Thursday when his tractor trailer blew a tire. It careened down an embankment and into the Solomon River.

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TPD Graduates 23rd Citizen's Academy

Updated: 12/11/2008 - The Topeka Police Department graduated nearly 20 new faces from its Citizen's Police Academy Thursday night.

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Locations for Potwin Holiday Tour

Updated: 12/11/2008 - Last year's ice storm blasted the Potwin Holiday Home Tour, but the weather should be great this weekend. Here's a list of the home locations, and where to buy tickets (not to mention at the door of the house you visit!)

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Church Offers "Chirstmas According to Scrooge"

Updated: 12/11/2008 - Fairlawn Church of the Nazarene premiered its first performance of "Christmas According to Scrooge," Thursday night. The musical follows the life of Ebenezer Scrooge, a lonely man who despises anything Christmas.

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Kansas, 8 Other States Receive Suspicious Letters Thursday

Updated: 12/11/2008 - A staffer in the Governor's office in Topeka opened a letter containing a powdery substance around noon Thursday. Eight other state capitols received similar letters Thursday. They've hit a total of 20 states and the Virgin Islands this week.

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Students Play to Raise Money for Salvation Army

Updated: 12/11/2008 - Robinson Middle School Band students played outside of Walgreens on Topeka Boulevard Thursday. The students played music, hoping that shoppers would enjoy their tunes and donate to the Salvation Army Kettle Campaign. Last year the group raised more than $1400.

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students Weigh In on a Good Cause

Updated: 12/11/2008 - Fourth-graders from Miss Mercer and Mrs. Gordon's classes have been collecting money every day, which they then budget so they can buy needed supplies for their adopted families.

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Stormont-Vail Presents Check to United Way

Updated: 12/11/2008 - The United Way of Greater Topeka received another big boost Thursday. It was Stormont-Vail HealthCare's turn to hand over a check.

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Moundridge Teen's Body Found on Remote Road

Updated: 12/11/2008 - Authorities discovered the body of Olivia Stucky on last night after a passer-by noticed a car matching the description of the teen's car on a remote road near the Rice-McPherson county line.

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Ill. Scandal Renews Kan. Debate Over Vacancies

Updated: 12/11/2008 - The Republican-controlled Kansas Legislature passed a bill earlier this year requiring special elections to fill Senate vacancies. Democratic Gov. Kathleen Sebelius vetoed it.

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Defeated Kan. Legislator Switches Parties

Updated: 12/11/2008 - Sen. Mark Gilstrap, of Kansas City, switches parties after being successfully targeted for defeat in this year's Democratic primary by Gov. Kathleen Sebelius.

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Coal Plant Decision Upheld

Updated: 12/11/2008 - A regulator's decision blocking two coal-fired power plants in southwest Kansas has been upheld in an administrative appeal.

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Kan. Governor Receives Suspicious Letter

Updated: 12/11/2008 - Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius' office receives a suspicious letter containing powder. State capitols in Georgia and South Carolina received similar letters Thursday. Envelopes with suspicious powder also have been received by governors' offices in 12 other states this week.

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