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Published on August 28, 2016 - Page 4
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) —A public campaign has led Wichita police to back away from a total ban on photographing dogs and cats in the city animal shelter...
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BATESVILLE, Ark. (AP) — Being the nation’s first —and only — shelter for male domestic violence victims, it didn’t take long for The Taylor House...
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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Three Arkansas lawmakers’ wives who hold state jobs have been approved for promotions or new jobs at higher pay. The...
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WEST MINERAL, Kan. —Like a mountain in the distance, Big Brutus rises above the Kansas horizon long before visitors are anywhere close it. This part...
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BOSTON (AP) — Nearly two decades ago, then-Gov. Paul Cellucci signed what he called one of the nation’s toughest gun laws, including a ban on the...
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HOUSTON (AP) — Wal-Mart’s court fight to sell liquor at its stores in Texas looks to be back on track, but the courtroom is getting crowded. A...
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Sportswriter dies after night’s work WATERLOO, Iowa (AP) —The Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier says its longtime sportswriter, Jim Sullivan, has died of...
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DES MOINES, Iowa — Iowa leads the nation in egg production with roughly 50 million hens that lay nearly one in every five eggs consumed in the United...
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GLEN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Thieves have been stealing highway signs that mark a popular road in Michigan’s northern Lower Peninsula. As a result,...
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LA CROSSE, Wis. — Mario Street felt an explosion of pain as a bullet shattered bone and blood began to gush from the punctured artery in his leg. As...
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Nuns vacating nursing home ST. LOUIS (AP) — After operating a nursing home facility in St. Louis for 147 years, the Little Sisters of the Poor are...
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HANNIBAL, Mo. (AP) — Home is a lot quieter for Kenny and Bobbi McCaughey, now that four of their septuplets have gone away to college. Joel, Nathan...
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SEATTLE (AP) — An elephant transferred last year from a Seattle zoo to an Oklahoma city zoo has been bitten by her new herd members, including one...
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Tax-free firearms weekend in Miss. JACKSON, Miss. (AP) —For the third year, the Mississippi Second Amendment Weekend will save shoppers money on...
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KOKOMO, Ind. — In a dramatic, made-for-camera arrival, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence stepped off a Blackhawk helicopter to tour tornado-damaged...
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WASHINGTON — Cars that wirelessly talk to each other are finally ready for the road, creating the potential to dramatically reduce traffic deaths,...
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BOISE, Idaho — Two gashes on the top of her head were stapled. Deep wounds on her forehead and face were stitched. Her left eye was temporarily...
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DETROIT (AP) — Detroit Medical Center admits that unclean surgical tools have caused problems and sometimes forced doctors to delay procedures,...
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CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — A committee is discussing ways to try to stop people from jumping to their deaths from the Ravenel Bridge linking Charleston...
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Police: Shooting over spare change COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) —Deputies have arrested one of two suspects accused of fatally shooting a man after fighting...

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