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Spangles Campers Rock 'N Roll

Updated: 10/21/2008 - The first 100 people who made it out to the new Spangles got a free meal every week for a year. But they had to work to get it! Check it out!

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Back to the Drawing Board for RCPD

Posted: 10/21/2008 - KMAN radio reports an hour of discussions Monday between Riley County Law Board and it's police union ended with law board members calling for more negotiations.

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Topeka Fire Chief Named State's Best

Updated: 10/21/2008 - Under fire from his own ranks, Topeka Fire Chief Howard Giles earned a standing ovation at Tuesday's City Council meeting. He was presented the award for the Kansas State Association of Fire Chiefs "Fire Chief of the Year."

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New Signs Warn of Bad Weather on I-70

Posted: 10/21/2008 - The Kansas Department of Transportation says signs and cameras are being installed along westbound I-70 to help monitor traffic when weather gets bad.

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WRMS Staff Members Commit to Getting Fit

Posted: 10/21/2008 - From October 20 through December 15 more than 50 staff members at WRMS will work in teams of four to get fit and live a healthy lifestyle.

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YWCA Uses Music to Spread Anti-Violence Message

Posted: 10/21/2008 - The YWCA continues its efforts to unite the community in support of survivors of domestic violence. Tuesday's Week Without Violence Event was a Voices Against Violence concert.

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KSU Men Become First Males to Major in Women's Studies

Posted: 10/21/2008 - Four men have become the first to pursue a degree in women's studies at Kansas State University. Program director Angela Hubler says the men are breaking ground in a way similar to equal-rights activists Frederick Douglas and John Stuart Mill.

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Bill Ayers Speech Cancelled in Nebraska

Posted: 10/21/2008 - A 1960's radical often linked by Republicans to Barack Obama, won't be speaking at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln next month. Bill Ayers, now a college professor in Chicago, was scheduled to speak November 15 at an education conference.

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Man Arrested for OKC Murder of Topeka Brothers

Updated: 10/21/2008 - Oklahoma City Police have made an arrest in connection with the murder of two brothers originally from Topeka. Doyle Wayne Briggs was taken into custody shortly before 1 p.m. Tuesday. He was booked on two counts of murder in the first degree.

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Reno County Mail-In Ballot Mistake

Posted: 10/21/2008 - The Reno County clerk's office says a few voters have unnecessarily enclosed a dollar bill in return envelopes containing their completed ballot. Officials say confusion arose because that's the postage cost to mail the envelope.

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Kansas Businesses Add Jobs

Posted: 10/21/2008 - Even with the slumping economy, there is some good news in the state of Kansas. Employment stats out Tuesday show Kansas businesses gained 2,100 jobs in the last year, a 0.2% increase. Government added 4,400 jobs in the last year, a 1.7% increase.

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Atchison Man Killed Near Emporia in Car Accident

Posted: 10/21/2008 - Our radio partner KVOE reports 22-year-old Jace Garrett Kinzie of Atchison was driving south in the northbound lanes of I-335 and collided with another vehicle.

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Endangered Ferrets Released In Kansas

Updated: 10/21/2008 - Nineteen more endangered black-footed ferrets have been released in Kansas as part of a reintroduction project started in December.

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Vic Miller Upset Over Snafu

Posted: 10/21/2008 - Miller believes his county was shorted $1 million the last three years due to a mistake. Lynn Jenkins says fixing the problem will require legislative action.

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Man Who Helped Tribe Will See No Prison Time

Posted: 10/21/2008 - A Wichita man who helped the Kaweah Indian Nation process membership applications will spend no time his prison. Prosecutors say the tribe was fake.

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Remains Found Near Concordia

Posted: 10/21/2008 - Law Enforcement is asking for help identifying remains found north of Concordia over the weekend.

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Health Care Looks at Smoking Ban, Sekptics Persist

Posted: 10/21/2008 - Even leaders of the state's Health Policy Authority are skeptical that its big health care plan can pass the 2009 Legislature. But they say they're still going to keep pushing.

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Sprint: Early Termination Fees Dropping

Posted: 10/21/2008 - Sprint Nextel Corp. says subscribers who cancel their service early will soon be paying less. It is a new policy to compete with other cell phone companies.

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Intruder beats, stabs TV news anchor

Posted: 10/21/2008 - A popular local TV anchorwoman who had a small part in the Bush biopic "W" was in critical condition Monday after being beaten in her home. Police questioned whether she could have been targeted.

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