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K-State Group Safe From Guatemala Volcano

Posted: 05/28/2010 - A group of 31 students and three staff members is on a faculty-led study abroad trip to Guatemala City, 15 miles from where a volcano erupted.

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Senator Joins Father's Fight Against Funeral Pickets

Posted: 05/28/2010 - Democrat Harry Reid is filing an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court, supporting Albert Snyder's lawsuit against the Topeka-based Westboro Baptist Church, led by Fred Phelps and his family.

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Police Website Gets New Tool Showing Crime In City

Posted: 05/28/2010 - The Topeka Police Department announced Friday it has new crime mapping software linked to the city website. It will allow users to see where crime is happening in the city.

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5 Topeka Businesses Busted For Selling To Minors

Posted: 05/28/2010 - Topeka Police announced Friday that clerks at Stingers, Eastside Liquor, Casa, K&K Liquor and Gage Bowl were cited for selling alcohol to underage police informants.

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Campaign Reminds You 'Don't Fry' Outdoors

Posted: 05/28/2010 - May 28 is Don’t Fry Day. This campaign seeks to advance awareness of skin cancer prevention. One in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime.

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Education Students Earn Honors For Achievement

Posted: 05/28/2010 - Six new graduates of Kansas State University's College of Education have been recognized by the college for their achievements and their future potential in the field of education.

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Truck Hits Pole, Causes Power Outage

Updated: 05/28/2010 - More than 1500 Westar customers were without power early Friday morning after a truck hit a power pole near Huntoon and Gage.

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Governor Signs Bed Tax

Posted: 05/27/2010 - Gov. Mark Parkinson signed a bill Thursday to impose a tax on nursing home beds.

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KDOT, KHP Applaud Seatbelt Law

Posted: 05/27/2010 - Gov. Mark Parkinson signed a measure requiring all drivers and front-seat passengers to buckle up.

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Sculpture From China Arrives In Topeka

Updated: 05/27/2010 - One of three sculptures each the U.S. and China exchanged to mark a 30-year old trade deal signed during the Carter administration will be displayed on Washburn's campus.

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Ensley Names Borjon as Campaign Manager

Posted: 05/27/2010 - Active in Topeka community organizations, Jesse Borjon will be spending the next few months helping Elizabeth Ensley in her bid for Kansas Secretary of State.

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