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Topeka Rescue Mission Kids Get Visit From Santa

Posted: 12/02/2008 - Children at the Topeka Rescue Mission were paid an early visit from Santa this year. The Mid-America Sawdusters Club and students from Seaman Middle school presented hand-made toys to the children Tuesday.

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Highland Park Students Learn About Success

Posted: 12/02/2008 - Highland Park High School students learned what it takes to be successful Tuesday. Fifty students had lunch at the Top of the Tower restaurant in Topeka. It was all part of the "See More to be More" program.

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Renewed License Approved for Kansas' Only Nuclear Plant

Posted: 12/02/2008 - Wolf Creek generating station, based in Burlington, announced Tuesday its application for a renewed license has been approved. It will allow the company to operate an additional twenty years beyond its original license to the year 2045.

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Tiger Cubs Visit WIBW

Posted: 12/02/2008 - Pack 10, which meets at Topeka's University United Methodist Church, visited 13 News Studios Tuesday.

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Mom's Boyfriend Charged in Wichita Baby's Death

Posted: 12/02/2008 - A preliminary hearing for 28-year-old Michael Janzen is set for Dec. 16 in Sedgwick County District Court in the death of Brooklyn Brown. She was not breathing when she was taken to a Wichita hospital Nov. 26. She died Saturday night of apparent blunt force trauma.

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Washington State Woman Appeals Conviction

Posted: 12/02/2008 - A Washington state woman sentenced to 26 years in prison for driving a pickup that hit and killed two Kansas highway workers is appealing her conviction.

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Judge Allows Class Action Against Embarq, Sprint

Posted: 12/02/2008 - U.S. District Judge Kathryn H. Vratil on Tuesday denied most of a motion from Embarq to dismiss a class-action lawsuit. It accuses the telecommunications company of age discrimination and illegally canceling retirement benefits.

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US Soldiers Re-Enlisting Because of Poor Economy

Posted: 12/02/2008 - The Pentagon just completed its strongest recruiting year in four years. Pentagon officials acknowledge that bad news for the economy is usually good news for the military.

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Man Killed when Car Hits Deer, Oncoming Vehicle

Posted: 12/02/2008 - The Highway Patrol said a car driven by Robert Laffery of Clay Center was northbound on K-15 at 5:40 a.m. Tuesday when it hit the deer and plowed into a truck driven by Delbert Rule of Linn.

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Cancer Patients Decorate Festival Tree

Posted: 12/02/2008 - If you attend Topeka's Festival of trees, one of the trees you'll see is decorated by Saint Francis cancer patients.

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Eisenhower Museum Sets Attendance Record

Posted: 12/02/2008 - The Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum in Abilene says it set an attendance record for public, outreach and education programs in November. A record 815 people attended 21 programs.

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Christmas Parade Fun in Emporia

Posted: 12/02/2008 - Christmas is more than three weeks away, but holiday festivities are already lighting up Emporia.

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21st and Urish Open in Topeka

Posted: 12/02/2008 - The roundabout is open to traffic in all directions. It was finished just five days beyond the original completion date, even with power company and weather delays.

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More Kansas Coal Plant Debates Expected

Posted: 12/02/2008 - Legislative leaders expect another round of debate next year over whether coal-fired power plants should be built in Western Kansas.

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College Hill Developer Gets More Time to Finish

Posted: 12/02/2008 - A makeover for the College Hill area will get a little more time to finish up. The Topeka City Council gave developer Henry McClure until December 31 of 2010 to complete building "J" of the apartment and townhome development Thursday night.

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Former Soldier's Execution Stayed

Posted: 12/02/2008 - Judge Richard Rogers issued his order last week in the case of Ronald Gray. He was set to die December 10th for a series of rapes and murder in the 1980s.

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Phelps Want $5 Million Ruling Overturned

Posted: 12/02/2008 - A federal appeals court in Virginia is being asked if Westboro Baptist Church was protected by the first amendment when it protested at a soldier's funeral.

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