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Father, Son Reunite After Emotional Journey

Updated: 04/28/2010 - A father and his 8-year-old son spent a special moment together in Emporia Wednesday after a two-and-a-half year quest to find his son. (VIDEO INCLUDED)

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Manhattan Authorities Investigate Pair Of Hold-Ups

Posted: 04/28/2010 - K-State police are investigating an armed robbery in an on-campus parking lot, while the Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Office is looking for two men who held up a Taco Bell.

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Kansas Arts Get Big Financial Boost

Posted: 04/28/2010 - The National Endowment for the Arts announced a grant Wednesday of more than $930,000 to five Kansas organizations.

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Topekan Starts Peaceful Protests

Posted: 04/28/2010 - No negative were heard messages here as John Ary of Think Big Topeka kicked off a new campaign Wednesday afternoon. (VIDEO INCLUDED)

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Father, Son Accused Of Burglary

Posted: 04/28/2010 - 54-year old Randy Ridens, Sr. and 26-year old Jesse Ridens are being held on charges of burglary, theft and criminal damage to property.

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Artist Teaches Students To "Google Me"

Posted: 04/28/2010 - T-West grad Phillip Watson, who performs under the name "Young Brail," taught students the dance for his "Google Me" rap.

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Phelps-Roper Appeals Nebraska Flag Law Ruling

Posted: 04/28/2010 - Attorney Margie Phelps says the judge was wrong to decide Shirley Phelps-Roper can raise questions about the flag-mutilation law during her criminal case in state court, so there's no need to hear them in federal court.

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Governor Signs Shield Law

Posted: 04/28/2010 - Governor Parkinson signed a shield law today protecting reporters and their confidential sources.

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USD 383 Not Renewing 31 Contracts

Posted: 04/28/2010 - On Wednesday, the district began telling 27 teachers and four administrators affected by the cuts that it intends not to renew their contracts.

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Sen. Pyle Challenges Jenkins For GOP Nod

Posted: 04/28/2010 - Pyle says Republicans deserve a nominee who is truly conservative, although he was not more specific about why he thinks Jenkins is not conservative enough.

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New Topeka Zoo Director

Updated: 04/28/2010 - Topeka’s new zoo director is Brendan Wiley. At a 3 p.m. news conference, City Manager Norton Bonaparte said Wiley has 11 years experience at the Kansas City Zoo and most recently has been Executive Director of Animal Haven Inc. in Merriam, Kansas. Wiley's planned start date is on May 24, at a salary of $78,000.

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Area People Rally To Get Disability Funds Restored

Posted: 04/28/2010 - Hundreds of area people gathered to meet outside of the Statehouse Wednesday, in support of Kansans with disabilities. They wanted to encourage legislators to restore funding cuts to disability services, before they make funding decisions this year.

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Ed Asner Puts On A Show At TPAC

Updated: 04/27/2010 - The 80-year old Asner goes straight through the entire two hours without missing a beat.

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Topeka Transit Mill Levy Cap Set

Updated: 04/27/2010 - There is good news for property owners in Topeka. On Tuesday, Topeka city council set the mill levy cap for the Topeka Metropolitan Transit Authority at four-point-four mills, possibly meaning no property tax increase.

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Ridge Read Remembered

Updated: 04/27/2010 - Hundreds gathered Tuesday morning to remember a Rossville teen who was killed last Wednesday in a tragic accident.

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Commerce Dept. Tries To Woo Workers To Kansas

Posted: 04/27/2010 - The Kansas Department of Commerce has unveiled a new campaign design to help businesses and organizations recruit new workers and retain their current employees.

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Prosecutors Call Alleged Pill Mill "Sordid Tale"

Posted: 04/27/2010 - Federal prosecutors in the trial of a Kansas doctor and his wife have told jurors they will hear a "sordid tale'' of money over medicine. But the defense says Dr. Stephen Schneider is a courageous physician who treated poor patients no one else wanted to treat.

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Dead Horse Land Owner To Face Charges

Posted: 04/27/2010 - Osage County is filing criminal charges against the owner of land where three horses were found dead and several others in what was described as near starvation.

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16 Year-Old Offers Her Own "Text Message"

Posted: 04/27/2010 - Sixteen-year-old Erica Bell wrecked her car last month while checking on a text message. The Seaman High School sophomore now keeps her friends from texting while driving.

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Pizza Comes From The Farm?

Updated: 04/27/2010 - More than 1,000 second graders now understand where ingredients in one of their favorite foods come from. From Farm to You teaches the kids about agriculture and its importance.

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Give Input On I-70 Topeka Polk-Quincy Viaduct

Posted: 04/27/2010 - The Kansas Department of Transportation and the City of Topeka are hosting two opportunities for public input on the I-70 Topeka Polk-Quincy Viaduct Study on Wednesday, April 28, 2010; one online and the other in person.

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Pavement Project Picks Up On I-70, I-470

Updated: 04/27/2010 - Weather permitting, on Tuesday, April 27, 2010, at 6:00 p.m., a concrete pavement repair project will resume on I-70 and I-470 in Topeka, Shawnee County.

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