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  1. Pedestrian killed by car in Lawrence was university workerRead the original story w/Photo

    3 min ago | The Capital-Journal

    Lawrence police say a pedestrian who died when he was hit by a car was a longtime employee of the University of Kansas Libraries. Police say 58-year-old Bruce Coburn of Lawrence was hit by a car Friday as he walked along a street.

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  2. Keys presented to 2 area women through Washburn Tech's Recycled Rides programRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Capital-Journal

    Tanya Daniel, left, and Amanda Wallace stand in front of the white Dodge Caravan and the red Ford Fusion they would be driving home on Tuesday morning following a ceremony at Washburn Institute of Technology. Two women selected from among 22 applicants received keys for their new Recycled Rides during a ceremony Tuesday morning at Washburn Institute of Technology, 5724 S.W. Huntoon.

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  3. Fuzzy's Taco Shop to open Topeka locationRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Capital-Journal

    With a Lawrence location, Fuzzy's Taco Shop franchisee John Records will open his second restaurant in Topeka at 2614 S.W. 17th St., by spring next year. The chain also has locations in Manhattan and Overland Park.

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  4. Man pleads no contest to beating Kansas studentRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 3 | The Capital-Journal

    A 31-year-old Lawrence man has been convicted of charges accusing him of beating a woman he met on a dating app. The Lawrence Journal-World reports that Shane Steven Allen was arrested in April after he was accused of confining a 20-year-old woman to his home and beating her repeatedly over a six-day period.

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  5. Fundraising in high gear to save suicide prevention center that serves 104 Kansas countiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 2 | The Capital-Journal

    A Kansas-based center that takes calls from people in crisis and is part of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline network is at risk of closing next year. Kansans in 104 of the state's 105 counties may soon no longer have an in-state support center within the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline network.

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  6. Former Topekan still taking on challenges, tapping into adrenalineRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 27 | The Capital-Journal

    Members of the Wayne Riker Brotherhood after a recording for their latest CD, Blues Convocation: Walt Riker, Mike Finnigan, Wayne Riker and Nathan Brown. After meeting Pope John Paul II, Walt Riker met Saddam Hussein as part of his work with Sen. Robert Dole.

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  7. Former Topekan still taking on challenges, tapping into adrenalinRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 27 | The Capital-Journal

    Members of the Wayne Riker Brotherhood after a recording for their latest CD, Blues Convocation: Walt Riker, Mike Finnigan, Wayne Riker and Nathan Brown. After meeting Pope John Paul II, Walt Riker met Saddam Hussein as part of his work with Sen. Robert Dole.

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  8. Kansas appeals court orders new hearing in 2008 killingRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 27 | The Capital-Journal

    A Kansas appellate court says a woman serving a 14-year sentence for a 2008 beating death can challenge her conviction on her claims that her trial attorney was ineffective. A three-judge Kansas Court of Appeals panel sent Shanna Friday's case back to Douglas County on Wednesday to allow her to argue that the trial court wrongly admitted an alleged taped confession by her into evidence, The Lawrence Journal-World reported.

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  9. Business Watch: Topeka businessmen open Lawrence SPIN! Pizza, look for Topeka locationRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 26 | The Capital-Journal

    A SPIN! Neopolitan Pizza employee takes a pizza crust for a spin. Topeka businessmen opened a Lawrence location for the restaurant and are looking to open one in Topeka, as well.

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  10. It's Your BusinessRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 26 | The Capital-Journal

    Items for It's Your Business can be submitted online at http://cjonline.com/business, by email to [email protected] or by mail to The Topeka Capital-Journal, 616 S.E. Jefferson, Topeka, 66607. Items and photographs will run in print as space permits.

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  11. KU football's Keith Loneker hopes to build off 16-tackle gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 24 | The Capital-Journal

    Facing off against a massive Texas offensive line and one of the best running backs in the country, he recorded stop after stop and came away with his best outing since joining the Kansas football team . That isn't to say he doesn't know how he was able to stop Texas running back D'Onta Foreman so many times - he's a film junkie who most likely could get that answer by looking at the tape.

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  12. Six people injured in three-vehicle crash on K-10 Highway in Douglas CountyRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 22 | The Capital-Journal

    Milton Allen Jr., 68, of Lawrence, was driving a 2013 Volkswagen Jetta when he stopped at E. 1200 Road. He then proceeded onto K-10 Highway, attempting to cross the highway north.

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  13. Douglas County Senior Services changing name to Senior Resource Center for Douglas CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 22 | The Capital-Journal

    Douglas County Senior Services is changing its name to the Senior Resource Center for Douglas County and expanding its services. Douglas County Senior Services is changing its name to the Senior Resource Center for Douglas County and expanding its services, the organization announced in a news release Tuesday.

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  14. Northeast Kansas happeningsRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 19 | The Capital-Journal

    A free screening of a documentary about the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve by Dave Kendall, of Prairie Hollow Productions, will be at 1 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 20, at Wareham Opera House, 410 Poyntz Ave. in Manhattan, followed by a reception at the Flint Hills Discovery Center. Register at prairiehollow.net/events or by calling 587-2729, ext.

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  15. Lawrence police investigate stabbing that left one man with critical injuriesRead the original story

    Friday Nov 18 | The Capital-Journal

    A Douglas County Sheriff's deputy spotted Wynn Sterling Antrim Anderson, 37, who appeared to be covered in blood about 5:45 a.m. in east Lawrence. When Lawrence Police officers investigated his residence in the 1500 block of Oak Hill Avenue, they found another man, 52, with severe stab wounds, Lawrence Police Sgt.

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  16. US Refutes Jordan's Claim Americans Sparked Deadly Shooting in which Lawrence man was slainRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 17 | The Capital-Journal

    The U.S. Embassy in Jordan on Thursday refuted Amman's claim that U.S. trainers sparked a deadly shooting incident at a Jordanian military base this month by disobeying orders from Jordanians soldiers. The shooting killed three Americans.

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  17. Rantoul man killed Monday in Franklin County crashRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 15 | The Capital-Journal

    One person was killed and another person was injured in a two-vehicle crash Monday morning in Franklin County, authorities said. The crash was reported at 11:15 a.m. Monday on K-68 highway, about 2 miles east of Ottawa.

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  18. Chiefs rally back from 17-point deficit to get past PanthersRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 13 | The Capital-Journal

    NFL box scores track yards gained, time of possession, first downs and penalties, but only the final score gives a calculation of a team's confidence and resiliency, and that's the only measure Kansas City Chiefs maxed out in a 20-17 come-from-behind victory at the Carolina Panthers on Sunday. "This crew here has got some character," Chiefs coach Andy Reid told reporters after the game.

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  19. Editorial: Attracting and retaining young talent in TopekaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 12 | The Capital-Journal

    Forge is a networking organization that gives young people in the area opportunities for collaboration, education and community engagement. In a recent column about working toward a "renaissance" in Topeka, Mayor Larry Wolgast was candid about the problems his city faces.

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  20. Activists denounce Trump at peaceful Lawrence rallyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 12 | The Capital-Journal

    More than 200 people rallied in a park Saturday to express alarm at the reality of President-elect Donald Trump and call for solidarity with immigrants, women, gays and minorities targeted with hostility during the turbulent election. The anti-Trump event marketed on Facebook and other social media drew a peaceful crowd to downtown Lawrence, a community that voted overwhelmingly for Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.

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