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Middle Tenn. father hospitalized with one of deadliest Flu strains

Middle Tenn. father hospitalized with one of deadliest Flu strains

Four weeks ago, he was a young, healthy, father of four. Now, a Middle Tennessee man can barely get out of his hospital bed. Thirty-two-year-old James Bradley is battling H1N1, one of the most severe strains of the flu. “I never saw it coming. I thought I was indestructible. 32, I thought I was in my prime,…More

Dairy Queen offering free ice cream today for ‘Free Cone Day’

Dairy Queen offering free ice cream today for ‘Free Cone Day’

Enjoy the first day of spring the right way — with free ice cream! You can celebrate the first day of Spring on Wednesday, March 20, with a free small vanilla soft-serve cone with the signature curl on top. The cones are available at participating non-mall DQ and DQ Grill & Chill locations throughout the U.S., including the following…More

Photo Gallery: 58th Annual Kansas Prayer Breakfast

Photo Gallery: 58th Annual Kansas Prayer Breakfast

The 58th Annual Kansas Prayer Breakfast was held Wednesday morning at the Downtown Ramada Inn and Convention Center. The Prayer Breakfast is held each year to pray for our State, City and County leaders to help guide them in their decision making efforts. This year’s keynote speaker was David McAlvany, CEO of the McAlvany Financial…More

Fire marshal confirms explosive device set off at Topeka duplex

Fire marshal confirms explosive device set off at Topeka duplex

A fire investigator has confirmed an explosive device was set off at a downtown Topeka duplex Wednesday morning.Officers on scene said they responded to a criminal damage report at 12:20 a.m. in the 300 block of Southwest Harrison Street. A large hole in the front porch and damage to a window and a house to the north made them concerned an…More

Decreasing clouds by midday, then breezy and mild

Decreasing clouds by midday, then breezy and mild

An upper level low in Canada drifted south, and showers started quickly overnight Monday into Tuesday as Gulf moisture got pulled into the region. Temperatures stayed above freezing so much, if not all, of the precipitation remained liquid across northeast Kansas. The more substantial rain ended yesterday evening. We’ve seen a few sprinkles and light showers…More

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