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Girl Finds Sibling Unresponsive in Backyard Pool

Posted: 06/11/2008 - For the second time in as many days another child nearly drowned in a backyard pool in Topeka.The two-year-old was revived and transported to a Kansas City Hospital with critical injuries.

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Kansas Abortion Protester Loses Stink Bomb Case

Posted: 06/11/2008 - Abortion opponent had sued for $4,000 after a security officer threw a stink bomb at him during a protest after the judge ruled he had proven to have suffered any damage.

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Newton Man Accused of Killing 4 Kittens

Posted: 06/11/2008 - Police accuse the thirty-six year old man killed four kittens, which had belonged to his ex-girlfriend, with a hammer before burying them in the yard.

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Helping Hands Telethon Tonight

Posted: 06/11/2008 - WIBW is teaming up to help raise money for a new shelter for the animals at Helping Hands Humane Society.

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HuffPost's Stein: Sebelius Completes "Obama Puzzle"

Posted: 06/11/2008 - Huffington Post writer Sam Stein says the Kansas governor's previous public showdowns with the Bush Administration after Greensburg and after the State of the Union Address demonstrate her strengths and potential weaknesses were she to join an Obama ticket.

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Newton Man Arrested for Animal Cruelty

Posted: 06/11/2008 - A 36-year-old Newton man has been arrested on felony animal cruelty charges for allegedly killing his ex-girlfriend's four kittens with a hammer.

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Sumner School May Still be Saved

Posted: 06/11/2008 - An effort to redevelop a former school linked to the historic Brown v. Board of Education decision is still alive.

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Man Blames "Brain Freeze" for Salina Crash

Updated: 06/11/2008 - Driver says he was hit by a sharp pain in the head followed by oone in his chest after taking a big gulp from a flavored, frozen drink from sonic, lost control of his car, and hit the front steps of a house

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Police ID Victim in Early Morning Shooting

Updated: 06/11/2008 - Topeka Police say they believe they know who shot the 29 year-old Topekan Wednesday morning, but have not released his name or made an arrest yet. Victim was taken to hospital in critical condition.

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Shawnee Man Tells 'Today' About Nail in Head

Updated: 06/11/2008 - The suburban Kansas city man tells the 'Today"show he didn't know that a nail had been driven deep into his head until a friend spotted it sticking through his cap.

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New Park Gives Kids Fun Place to Go

Updated: 06/10/2008 - Chesney Park is opening a new skate park with an area to also play soccer. Community members hope the new space will give kids something productive to do when the weather's nice.

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Community First Buys More Time To Seek Sumner

Posted: 06/10/2008 - Sandra Lassiter and Community First will likely get a new 60-day contract to seek funds to purchase the Sumner school. She plans on turning the historic building into a new private school.

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Boil Water Advisory Issued for City of La Cygne

Posted: 06/10/2008 - KDHE is advising residents to boil water because the city's water tower and distribution system loss pressure, which makes it possible for contaminants to enter the system.

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Kansas National Guard Units Train on Fort Riley

Posted: 06/10/2008 - The live-fire exercise will be held Saturday, June 14 and may cause noise and vibration to be heard and felt in the nearby towns of Keats, Ogden and Manhattan.

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Medical Responders Able to Revive Toddler

Near Drowning

Updated: 06/11/2008 - Topeka Fire officials and AMR were able to revive a two and a half year old boy after he almost drowned in a pool Tuesday afternoon.

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Rollover Accident Slows Rush Hour Traffic

Updated: 06/10/2008 - Topeka Police say at about 6:30 p.m. Tuesday a vehicle driven by Vincent Cook was traveling west on I-470 near the 21st street overpass when it was struck from behind by Christine Nieman in a blue oldsmobile.

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Stream Advisory Issued for Middle Emma Creek in Harvey County

Posted: 06/10/2008 - The advisory applies to Middle Emma Creek in Harvey County. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment found that waste from Sunglo Feeds caused a release of poor quality effluent into the creek, cuasing fish kill.

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