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Kansas GOP, Boyda Fight over Taxpayer-Funded Mailings

Updated: 10/20/2008 - Kansas GOP cries foul over Democrat Nancy Boyda's use of taxpayer money for mailings when she criticized her opponent for it two years ago. Boyda says the criticism then was very specific.

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Coal Train Kills Man in Merriam

Posted: 10/20/2008 - Authorities are investigation the death of a man who was struck from behind by a train in the Kansas City suburb of Merriam, Kan.

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Week Without Violence Kicks Off

Posted: 10/19/2008 - A candle-light vigil is held Sunday out a Lake Shawnee for victims and survivors of domestic violence.

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TreVonte Williams' Family Mourns

Updated: 10/20/2008 - The family of three-year-old shooting victim TreVonte Williams say they are trying to get through the tough times, and are doing so as a family.

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Plane Lands on Highway

Posted: 10/19/2008 - A single-engine plan on its way to Salina had to land on the Interstate. No one was injured.

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Lighting the Night in Topeka for a Cure

Updated: 10/18/2008 - Raising awareness and money was the goal Saturday night for the Leukemia and Lympoma Society with their Light the Night walk at Washburn University.

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Murder Victim Memorialized

Posted: 10/18/2008 - The Alcantara family said goodbye to their murdered loved one Saturday. Alheli Alcantara was found dead last week in Manhattan.

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Air Force Completes A-10 Competition in Kansas

Posted: 10/17/2008 - 14 teams from the Air Force, Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard competed in the Hawgsmoke competition in Salina. The event tests the Air Force's A-10 Fleet.

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Eight People Apply to Fill Kansas Supreme Court Spot

Updated: 10/17/2008 - Eight people have applied to fill a spot on the Kansas Supreme Court. The person chosen will fill the vacancy created by current Chief Justice Kay McFarland's retirement. Two Court of Appeals judges are among those who applied.

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Kansas Supreme Court Upholds Conviction in "Midway Murders"

Posted: 10/17/2008 - The Kansas Supreme Court has upheld a conviction in the so-called "Midway Murders." Martin Vasquez was sentenced to at least 40 years in prison for killing his estranged wife, her father and a city council member she had been dating in December 1998 in Kinsley, Kansas.

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New Trail Access Unveiled

Posted: 10/17/2008 - City leaders join community members on cutting the ribbon for a new access to the Shunga Trail at SW 29th and Oakley in Topeka.

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Students Question President at Haskell Indians Nation University

Posted: 10/17/2008 - Students at Haskell Indian Nations University are raising concerns about the school's president. Some of them held a rally Friday while the state board of regents was visiting campus. They say controversy has surrounded university President Dr. Linda Sue Warner in recent months.

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Feds Charge Kansas Tobacco Firm in Fraud Scheme

Posted: 10/17/2008 - Federal prosecutors charge the owner of a Kansas tobacco wholesaler and his business associates with a scheme to avoid paying taxes on cigarettes. The government alleges in a 43-count indictment unsealed Friday that the scam cost the state of Oklahoma and Indian tribes $25 million in tax revenue.

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