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Construction Set to Resume on Marlatt Ave. in Manhattan

Posted: 09/30/2008 - KMAN radio in Manhattan reports construction is set to resume on Marlatt Avenue in Riley County. The crews went to the Gulf to help recovery efforts after recent hurricanes. Leon Hobson, the Director of Public Works for Riley County says he is unsure of when the project will be finished.

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Volleyball Players Give Back to Community

Posted: 09/30/2008 - The Washburn Rural High School volleyball team held a canned goods drive in conjunction with Hayden High and Seaman High. They went door to door after practice last Thursday and collected more at the door Tuesday evening before their matches.

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Sumner School's Fate Delayed

Posted: 09/30/2008 - The fate of the historic Sumner School has been delayed a week, as Topeka City Council members consider putting the real estate up for auction.

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KU Warning Students of Possible Scam

Posted: 09/30/2008 - The University Tuesday sent out an alert warning of phone calls and messages from someone claiming to work for the University's Comptroller's office.

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Deployment Announced for Fort Riley Brigade

Posted: 09/30/2008 - The Department of Defense announced Tuesday the deployment of the 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team at Fort Riley. They'll leave in 2009.

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Feds Propose 48 New Endangered Species in Hawaii

Posted: 09/30/2008 - The federal government is proposing to add 47 species of plants and animals and one insect to the endangered species list — all found only on the island of Kauai.

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Stocks Surge Higher; Credit Worries Persist

Posted: 09/30/2008 - Wall Street snapped back Tuesday after its biggest sell-off in years amid growing expectations that lawmakers will salvage a $700 billion rescue plan for the financial sector. But the seized-up credit markets where businesses turn to raise money showed no sign of relief.

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Group Files Abortion Complaint

Posted: 09/30/2008 - Operation Rescue says it filed a complaint seeking the suspension of licenses of two abortion providers, after a woman nearly died. But the woman says she has not filed a complaint.

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House of Representatives' Web site overwhelmed

Posted: 09/30/2008 - The servers hosting the Web sites of the House of Representatives and its members have been overwhelmed with millions of e-mails in the past few days, forcing administrators to implement the "digital version of a traffic cop" to handle the overload -- for the first time ever.

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DAV Thrift Store Closes Its Doors

Posted: 09/30/2008 - The Disabled Veterans Thrift Store said goodbye to Topeka after more than 50 years of business.

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House Leader Believes Bailout Bill Will Pass

Posted: 09/30/2008 - House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer says that he believes the U.S. House of Representatives will make the necessary changes to pass the $700 million bailout bill.

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YMCA Honors AMR Medics

Posted: 09/30/2008 - Two men and their employer were honored by the YMCA for their efforts to help kids.

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Stevens Friend Turns Against Him

Posted: 09/30/2008 - A longtime friend of Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens crossed the powerful lawmaker and testified Tuesday as the star witness in the Republican senator's gift-giving trial.

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Topeka Pizza Delivery Driver Robbed, Only Pizza Stolen

Posted: 09/30/2008 - Police say just before 11:30 p.m., a Dominos pizza deliverer went to a house in the 1100 hundred block of Highland Avenue. Two men forcefully demanded the pizza and the keys to his vehicle.

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