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06/07/2006 Trails aim to guide us to a place
06/07/2006 Bid to change plea denied
06/07/2006 Water service efficiency a balance between cost control, proper plumbing
06/07/2006 What do you expect from your water/sewer service and city trash collection?
06/07/2006 If it’s secret, we can’t resist
06/07/2006 Big cities’ bids on trash routes yield savings
06/07/2006 Stem-cell project under way
06/07/2006 Compromise bill near, Bush tells Border Patrol trainees
06/07/2006 Champ excels in key areas
06/06/2006 Another long day for Royals as they fall to Texas
06/06/2006 Undercover investigation was weeks in the making
06/06/2006 WHAT BANDS ARE CHARGING
06/06/2006 City wants real band for this year's Flight Festival
06/06/2006 Police say 3 local scrap yards cheated customers
06/06/2006 Four men to be tried in 2 March homicides
06/06/2006 Phelps' protest precedes funeral
06/06/2006 Area doctors dispute new asthma study
06/06/2006 MLB Texas 6, Kansas City 2
06/06/2006 Miss. police arrest man wanted in shooting of Kansas City toddler
06/06/2006 Tip leads police to man wanted in shooting of Kansas City toddler
06/06/2006 Blunt signs sexual predator law
06/06/2006 Arkansas governor recounts emergency landing in Chattanooga
06/06/2006 Parts of the Dead Sea Scrolls coming to Kansas City
06/06/2006 Charges filed in shooting of 2-year-old in Kansas city
06/06/2006 Charges Filed in Shooting Death of 2-Year-Old in Kansas City
06/06/2006 Police conduct sting, make arrests in crackdown on metal thefts
06/06/2006 The Closing Bell Fed remarks spook stocks again
06/06/2006 Aquila's top PR person quits
06/06/2006 KC Contractor wins 338M bridge contract
06/06/2006 Mediware software will help practice automate
06/06/2006 Vehicle strikes man on bicycle
06/06/2006 Firefighters contain asphalt truck blaze
06/06/2006 Midday Business Report American Italian reports drop in sales for year
06/06/2006 Murder charges filed in toddler’s death
06/06/2006 Disc jockey in stable condition after wreck
06/06/2006 Police conduct sting at scrap metal yards
06/06/2006 Suit against Block moved to KC court
06/06/2006 Governor’s achievements praised
06/06/2006 American Italian's annual revenue decreases in 2005
06/06/2006 Hospital will broadcast minimally invasive surgery
06/06/2006 Fire heavily damages Lee’s Summit home; no injuries
06/06/2006 Man and woman seriously injured in two-car crash
06/06/2006 REIT to buy Leawood building
06/06/2006 Lawrence traffic committee rejects cell phone ban
06/06/2006 IN THEIR WORDS
06/06/2006 Trial set in stabbing death
06/06/2006 Search continues for man in shooting of girl
06/06/2006 Crews restore power after outages caused by storm
06/06/2006 Concert passes promised to those who give blood
06/06/2006 SEDGWICK COUNTY'S NEW VOTING MACHINES The Election Day test
06/06/2006 Today is National Hunger Awareness Day in Arkansas
06/06/2006 NW Arkansas crime report
06/06/2006 How world history is taught gets Arkansas an ‘F’ in study
06/06/2006 Missouri puts diabetes statistics online
06/06/2006 Concerns about animals to be aired at meeting
06/06/2006 Violent bursts of rage not so rare, study finds
06/06/2006 Phelps now faces federal restrictions <span class="post_balloon">
06/06/2006 Police seek help to find KC man
06/06/2006 Injured firefighter gets 5.9 million
06/06/2006 Longview bike trail can be a bumpy ride The Watchdog
06/06/2006 KC police identify worker killed in overpass collapse
06/06/2006 Charges upgraded after death of child
06/06/2006 Relatives, police searching for elderly man
06/06/2006 Kansas motorists show more smarts than those in Show-Me State National Drivers Test
06/06/2006 STEVE PENN COMMENTARY They&#8217;ll scream at queen of mean
06/06/2006 Zoo sends peevish peacocks packing
06/06/2006 Jury verdict clears police
06/06/2006 A look at sacred pages from the past
06/06/2006 Authorities say more arrests likely in plot
06/06/2006 KC tied for first? It&#8217;s all about your crews working smart
06/06/2006 Lots of space, top attractions are lures
06/06/2006 We messed up big
06/06/2006 Safavian passed info to Abramoff
06/06/2006 THE BUZZ THE BUZZ
06/06/2006 We pay when we shun the sun
06/06/2006 Tax-free RVs irk states
06/06/2006 PARKS AND STREETS &#8212; VALUE YOU CAN VIEW DAY TWO OF THREE
06/06/2006 Iraqi receives a life sentence
06/06/2006 In cauldron of confusion, danger rules
06/06/2006 Hussein trial witnesses jailed
06/06/2006 Parts of the Dead Sea Scrolls to be exhibited in Kansas City
06/05/2006 Judge dismisses Genesis suit
06/05/2006 Phelps now faces federal restrictions
06/05/2006 Is 6/6/06 just a date or a sum of all evil?
06/05/2006 Wife gets 3 years for role in killing
06/05/2006 MLB Seattle 4, Kansas City 1
06/05/2006 Study World history standards lagging in Arkansas schools
06/05/2006 NW Arkansas today
06/05/2006 Royals close 10-game trip with loss to Seattle
06/05/2006 Round two in progress through five innings Sooners 6, Shockers 2
06/05/2006 Kansas church that pickets military funerals sued by Marine's dad
06/05/2006 Round two in progress Sooners 6, Shockers 0
06/05/2006 Central Missouri State announces new provost
06/05/2006 Marine's dad sues funeral protesters
06/05/2006 Man Attacks, Robs Woman in Her Kansas City Home
06/05/2006 Kansas Chamber announces 2006 Leadership Kansas class
06/05/2006 The Closing Bell Iran, Bernanke gang up on stocks
06/05/2006 Independence man identified as victim in fatal motorcycle crash
06/05/2006 Shockers vs. Sooners Round two tonight
06/05/2006 KC man indicted for murder in death of 32-month-old girl
06/05/2006 Police release name of toddler killed by bullet
06/05/2006 Sunday wreck kills 20-year-old man
06/05/2006 Toddler Dies In Fire After Child Plays With Matches
06/05/2006 Kansas City Man Charged With Murder in Toddler's Death
06/05/2006 Advance Lipo fattens up patient list
06/05/2006 Soaking in the new Y
06/05/2006 Wigs to dice to flamingoes, collector's estate up for sale
06/05/2006 Feds see nothing iconic about NYC
06/05/2006 Wichita's 1958 sit-in was the first of many
06/05/2006 Group to protest payday loans
06/05/2006 Ex-Haysville teacher gets 13 years for rape
06/05/2006 State wants school funding suit tossed
06/05/2006 DILLONS ROBBERY Thief's face was familiar to co-worker
06/05/2006 CELEBRITY SIGHTING Oprah swings through Wichita
06/05/2006 CANCER TREATMENT Study Too much, too late
06/05/2006 How will Wichita schools spend 28.8 million?
06/05/2006 MIXED MESSAGE? Parents fret over cancer vaccine
06/05/2006 Hutch's Prairie Dunes gets ready for crowds
06/05/2006 Wichita's waste
06/05/2006 NAMING RIGHTS Not dead? No sign for you
06/05/2006 ELECTRICITY COSTS Westar alters low-use rates <span class="post_balloon">
06/05/2006 News - Kansas
06/05/2006 Weekend sobriety checkpoint nets 10 arrests
06/05/2006 Popular Kansas City D.J. Critically Hurt in Motorcycle Wreck
06/05/2006 Gov. Blunt campaign begins running ads
06/05/2006 KCI gets new explosives-detection machines
06/05/2006 Crash victim identified
06/05/2006 Big 12 Picks Kansas City for 2008 Basketball Championships
06/05/2006 UMKC gets 1.8M for trauma research
06/05/2006 Big 12 tourneys will return to KC
06/05/2006 Embarq's logo, services make their debut
06/05/2006 WICHITA PUBLIC WORKS City plays defense with flood projects
06/05/2006 Eight arrested for intoxication at checkpoint
06/05/2006 Gunman ties up woman, robs her apartment
06/05/2006 Road Rage Leads To Fatal Mausoleum Crash
06/05/2006 Arkansas teen mistaken for Louisiana suspect
06/05/2006 About the series
06/05/2006 Mahaffie welcomes two new steers
06/05/2006 Candidates will meet for forum at JCCC
06/05/2006 Haditha witness tried to give &#8216;proof&#8217; to U.S.
06/05/2006 Impasse thwarts efforts to fill security vacancies
06/05/2006 Family man enjoyed life&#8217;s details Tributes
06/05/2006 A cheaper day in the park awaits
06/05/2006 Best of Crime Scene KC
06/05/2006 Talk of the Town The Royals
06/05/2006 Scam of the Week Phishing
06/05/2006 Lotteries
06/05/2006 Former hotel to get new life as shelter
06/05/2006 Progress Report Sprint Center
06/05/2006 What&#8217;s changing? Here&#8217;s a look
06/05/2006 Foes, beware She&#8217;ll be back
06/05/2006 75 years, by any other name&#8230; Loose Park rose garden
06/05/2006 JCCC board has critical decision ahead of it
06/05/2006 Hope reigns at event for cancer survivors
06/05/2006 Bullet claims life of 1-year-old girl
06/05/2006 What do you expect from your police, fire and ambulance services?
06/05/2006 Technology, planning can help speed justice
06/05/2006 Dividing law enforcement units for best results
06/05/2006 Combining services enhances public safety
06/05/2006 Wealthy can buy organ priority
06/05/2006 Our tax dollars at work Who's doing THE BEST job?
06/05/2006 News Breaking News - Kentucky
06/04/2006 ELECTRICITY COSTS Westar alters low-use rates
06/04/2006 BROWNBACK PROPOSAL Senator tries to aid maker of potty seats
06/04/2006 Starkey clients strip electronics for recycling
06/04/2006 Hawaii 9, Kansas 5
06/04/2006 MLB Kansas City 9, Seattle 4
06/04/2006 Toll fight Tech, telecom firms hurtle toward a collision on Internet fees
06/04/2006 Royals win a laugher in 9-4 victory over Mariners
06/04/2006 New Arkansas highway to be dedicated
06/04/2006 Lavaca High School student represents Arkansas and World Leadership Congress.
06/04/2006 Balloon Fest paints sky in NW Arkansas
06/04/2006 Independence man, 35, dies in motorcycle accident
06/04/2006 Metro Watch Look skyward
06/04/2006 Mariners rout Kansas City
06/04/2006 MLS Kansas City 1, New York 1 draw
06/03/2006 MLB Seattle 12, Kansas City 1
06/03/2006 MIXED MESSAGE? Parents fret over cancervaccine
06/03/2006 Wichita's waste
06/03/2006 NAMING RIGHTS Not dead? No sign for you
06/03/2006 Hutch's Prairie Dunes gets ready for crowds
06/03/2006 MLB Seattle 12, Kansas City 1
06/03/2006 Royal Crush M's hammer Kansas City 12-1
06/03/2006 Oregon St 11, Kansas 3
06/03/2006 Missouri stays alive in NCAA baseball tourney with 14-inning win
06/03/2006 Missouri couple charged with kidnapping Kansas girl
06/03/2006 Arkansas governor advises N.C. Republicans to keep the faith
06/03/2006 Tarantual survey continuing in Arkansas
06/03/2006 Kansas Minister Preaches Doom and Hatred
06/03/2006 Kansas Minister Preaches Doom and Hat
06/03/2006 Kansas Minister Preaches Doom and Hatred
06/03/2006 6 Arkansas counties account for almost half state's retail sales
06/03/2006 Police 2 Arkansas State workers have dispute, 1 dead
06/03/2006 HOLDEN
06/03/2006 CASS MIDWAY
06/03/2006 CENTER CENTER
06/03/2006 &#8216;He&#8217;s been real strong&#8217;
06/03/2006 &#8216;She asks the right questions&#8217;
06/03/2006 T-Bones 9 RedHawks 0
06/03/2006 Tax credit scam gets man five years in prison
06/03/2006 Ryun starts re-election bid talking immigration issues
06/03/2006 48 years later, NAACP salutes Wichita sit-in
06/03/2006 Woman slain, 2 hurt in shooting rampage
06/03/2006 Lawsuit involves &#8216;Choose Life&#8217; license plate
06/03/2006 Five charged with selling sick cattle
06/03/2006 Magazine notes three from KC
06/03/2006 Petitions backer sues secretary of state
06/03/2006 Station trims today to thrive later
06/03/2006 Couple charged in Kansas kidnapping
06/03/2006 Talent kicks off campaign
06/03/2006 Crash kills community servants
06/03/2006 As bombs strike, al-Maliki vows to bring stability
06/03/2006 Family tells its version of man&#8217;s death
06/03/2006 In brief In brief
06/03/2006 GIS CLEARED IN RAID ON IRAQ TOWN
06/03/2006 Energetic DMB rewards fans
06/03/2006 State wants school funding suit tossed
06/03/2006 DILLONS ROBBERY Thief's face was familiar to co-worker
06/03/2006 CELEBRITY SIGHTING Oprah swings through Wichita
06/03/2006 Missouri couple charged with kidnapping Kansas girl
06/03/2006 MLB Seattle 2, Kansas City 0
06/02/2006 CANCER TREATMENT Study Too much, too late
06/02/2006 How will Wichita schools spend 28.8 million?
06/02/2006 Kansas rallies past Hawaii in NCAA baseball
06/02/2006 Royals waste strong start by Keppel in loss to Seattle
06/02/2006 Missouri loses pitchers&#8217; duel in NCAA tournament
06/02/2006 Amber Alert issued for girl in Linn, Mo.
06/02/2006 Entertainment Properties CFO will retire
06/02/2006 Musician's Friend gets state incentive
06/02/2006 THE CLOSING BELL Stocks stumble to mixed close
06/02/2006 Entertainment Properties CFO to retire
06/02/2006 Ex-union exec, Stilwell businessman charged with embezzlement
06/02/2006 Minor-league baseball team picks HOK to help design stadium
06/02/2006 Comcast offers local, long-distance service in KC area
06/02/2006 Sprint Nextel will spend 100M on hurricane preparation
06/02/2006 Kao, Lee foot bill for Taiwan trip
06/02/2006 Review KC&#8217;s mezzo-soprano holds back the diva
06/02/2006 Midday Business Report Guys! Women still need us to buy cars
06/02/2006 Premium Standard stockholders will sell 4.2M shares
06/02/2006 KC-area unemployment improves in April
06/02/2006 Regents fund Kansas nursing initiative
06/02/2006 National Beef completes purchase of California company
06/02/2006 Job Growth Slows; Unemployment Drops
06/02/2006 Iowa company will sell KC Life products
06/02/2006 New gas pipeline would pass through Arkansas, might benefit state
06/02/2006 NW Arkansas crime report
06/02/2006 Lee&#8217;s Summit approves proposal for City Walk
06/02/2006 Waste dropoff planned at Linwood Shopping Center
06/02/2006 Players can Hoop It Up during KC tournament
06/02/2006 Caution urged during resurfacing along Missouri 150
06/02/2006 Wichita's 1958 sit-in was the first of many
06/02/2006 Lawrence, Kansas Says To Hell With Any Mobile Phone Use By Drivers
06/02/2006 New Center Promises to Trim the Fat in Kansas City
06/02/2006 KC gets good marks on &#8216;sustainability&#8217; scale
06/02/2006 Olathe woman&#8217;s disappearance called &#8216;suspicious&#8217; by police
06/02/2006 Hickman Mills school turmoil goes on
06/02/2006 Kansas solidifies plan to fight outbreak of flu
06/02/2006 Motorcycle officer hurt in chase
06/02/2006 St. Louis area district suspends former superintendent in KC
06/02/2006 This switch not such a surprise
06/02/2006 County Commission divided on proposed Gardner rail hub
06/02/2006 Justice in &#8216;Nuss Fuss&#8217; responds to complaint
06/02/2006 Chief of police in KCK to retire
06/02/2006 District draws warning from DA
06/02/2006 Tenant seeks to block eviction
06/02/2006 PREPARING FOR A TORNADO
06/02/2006 CorrectionsCORRECTIONSREADERS&#8217; REPRESENtATIVE Corrections
06/02/2006 Gay music director finds new church
06/02/2006 Woman admits role in prison escape
06/02/2006 Union Station to cut 59 jobs
06/02/2006 Charges expected against Iraq vets
06/02/2006 Army dog handler is convicted
06/02/2006 Iraqi prime minister lets Parliament decide posts
06/02/2006 Apology from U.S. sought by Iraqis
06/01/2006 Voters say yes to sex ed, no to evolution
06/01/2006 Group to protest payday loans
06/01/2006 Ex-Haysville teacher gets 13 years for rape
06/01/2006 Feds see nothing iconic about NYC
06/01/2006 Grisly tale emerges in records
06/01/2006 Fuel cost, poor yield hurt wheat cutters
06/01/2006 Could tabulator simplify voting?
06/01/2006 New meaning
06/01/2006 Adults are needed to speak for kids
06/01/2006 NEW NEWMAN LIBRARY Library vision Come for books, stay for coffee
06/01/2006 POLICE PROGRAM Civilians will help look into burglaries
06/01/2006 Karats in their teeth
06/01/2006 BTK swabs being destroyed
06/01/2006 Palmer says 'yes' to playing in Hutch
06/01/2006 NAACP president opts to stay
06/01/2006 Train crash victims cherished rural life with adopted pets
06/01/2006 Survivor bares agony in DUI trial
06/01/2006 Detective describes computer sleuthing in porn trial
06/01/2006 High rates likelier for minorities
06/01/2006 Kansas hears grim forecast of flu's impact
06/01/2006 Soaking in the new Y
06/01/2006 Wigs to dice to flamingoes, collector's estate up for sale
06/01/2006 Former congressman named to head pension gurantee agency
06/01/2006 Court records link Davis, Riley to two killings
06/01/2006 PacSun to build 65 million distribution center in Olathe
06/01/2006 Woman found shot in truck identified; suspect in custody
06/01/2006 THE CLOSING BELL Strong retail sales boost stocks
06/01/2006 Survey KC ranks 18th for environmental impact
06/01/2006 Unity announces selection of new president
06/01/2006 Independence officer hurt in chase; four suspects apprehended
06/01/2006 San Franciso law firm opens KC office
06/01/2006 Economies expand in Missouri, Kansas
06/01/2006 Fuel cost, poor yield hurt wheat cutters
06/01/2006 Could tabulator simplify voting?
06/01/2006 New meaning
06/01/2006 Adults are needed to speak for kids
06/01/2006 NEW NEWMAN LIBRARY Library vision Come for books, stay for coffee
06/01/2006 POLICE PROGRAM Civilians will help look into burglaries
06/01/2006 Karats in their teeth
06/01/2006 BTK swabs being destroyed
06/01/2006 Palmer says 'yes' to playing in Hutch
06/01/2006 NAACP president opts to stay
06/01/2006 Train crash victims cherished rural life with adopted pets
06/01/2006 Detective describes computer sleuthing in porn trial
06/01/2006 Soaking in the new Y
06/01/2006 News - Kansas
06/01/2006 Olathe speller survives first two rounds of bee today
06/01/2006 Aquila completes utility sale to Empire District
06/01/2006 Aquila completes sale of Missouri gas operation to Empire
06/01/2006 Wigs to dice to flamingoes, collector's estate up for sale
06/01/2006 Olathe girls survive first round of spelling bee today
06/01/2006 Shaughnessy Fickel co-founder will retire
06/01/2006 Judge allows Aquila to fire up Cass County plan
06/01/2006 KCK Police Chief Ron Miller to retire
06/01/2006 Arkansas Children's hospital warns about lawnmower injuries
06/01/2006 Youth Leadership Scholarship deadline today
06/01/2006 Midday Business Report KC jobless rate drops ahead of U.S. report
06/01/2006 UMB to buy Denver bank company for 83 million
06/01/2006 Blackwell opens Lincoln office
06/01/2006 Embarq execs ring opening bell at NYSE
06/01/2006 UMB will buy Denver bank for 83M
06/01/2006 Jackson County executive candidate holds open house
06/01/2006 Arkansas boy elimintated from national spelling bee
06/01/2006 Blood donations sought
06/01/2006 Businesses call for clarity on Arkansas smoking ban regulations
06/01/2006 Free flights for kids, teens this weekend
06/01/2006 Chance at the bright lights dimming in Edwardsville
06/01/2006 &#8216;Person of interest&#8217; questioned in death
06/01/2006 Sewer break taints creek in Leawood
06/01/2006 Survivor serves as inspiration for family
06/01/2006 Sebelius-Parkinson ticket is talk of two parties
06/01/2006 Lotteries Wednesday&#8217;s winning lottery numbers
06/01/2006 They&#8217;re only 10, but two sure can spell
06/01/2006 KC gets a topnotch tenant
06/01/2006 Police list items found in search
06/01/2006 Celebration of life a new way to say goodbye
06/01/2006 21-year-old found shot to death after standoff with KC police
06/01/2006 Read it twice, it won&#8217;t help
06/01/2006 Meet the candidates
06/01/2006 TWO HOLDOUTS AT TWIN OAKS
06/01/2006 Is nothing S-A-C-R-E-D? You can bet on spelling bee
06/01/2006 Life in prison for U&#8217;s death
06/01/2006 NO NEED TO PAY TAXES ANYMORE
06/01/2006 U.S. troops kill 2 women &#8212; 1 pregnant
06/01/2006 Marines to be punished if laws broken, Bush says
05/31/2006 Kansas hears grim forecast of flu's impact
05/31/2006 Survivor bares agony in DUI trial
05/31/2006 Detective describes computer sleuthing
05/31/2006 High rates likelier for minorities
05/31/2006 New Royals GM Dayton Moore up for a challenge
05/31/2006 Governor Huckabee appoints a new general for the Arkansas National Guard.
05/31/2006 CITY BICYCLE PATHS With 62 miles of trails, is Wichita bike-friendly?
05/31/2006 News - Kansas
05/31/2006 MLB Oakland 7, Kansas City 0
05/31/2006 Kan. Gov. Selects Running Mate for Race
05/31/2006 The Closing Bell Wall Street survives release of Fed minutes
05/31/2006 Homeland Security boosts KC grant
05/31/2006 Olathe woman has been missing four days
05/31/2006 Scalding kills Kansas baby
05/31/2006 Possible blood stains found in search of murder suspect's home
05/31/2006 Cargill will build processing plant in KC