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Fort Riley Soldiers Encouraged to be Tested

Updated: 09/29/2011 - Many soldiers at Fort Riley, Kansas are being urged to be tested for rabies. Fort Riley is familiar with many veterans since they often go through the base before heading off to war.

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World's Top Tourist Attractions

Posted: 09/29/2011 - A survey by Travel & Leisure Magazine has rated the world's most-visited tourist attractions, and coming in at number one is New York's Times Square with 39.2 million annual visitors.

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Man Jailed After Mauling Murder Plot Fails

Updated: 09/29/2011 - A New York man who plotted to kill his ex-girlfriend and make look like a bear mauling is going to prison for trying to hire someone to kill her in a staged car crash.

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Tweets Reveal Mood Patterns

Updated: 09/30/2011 - People tend to wake up in a good mood and they are happiest on weekends. That trend is confirmed by a study of Twitter activity.

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Woman Believes Teens Tortured/Killed Cat

Updated: 09/29/2011 - Authorities in Iowa are investigating a woman's claim that her family's cat was tortured and killed by a group of teenage boys.

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Update: Stabbing Victim Not Helping Police

Updated: 09/29/2011 - Omaha police say a stabbing victim and his girlfriend are making things difficult as they investigate the crime. Neither one is cooperating with police as they sort out what happened.

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Robber With A Pink Bat

Updated: 09/29/2011 - Lincoln police say a man pulled off two robberies but only made off with a one dollar bill and a lighter. His weapon of choice seems rather unusual. He threatened his victims with a pink baseball bat.

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Nebraska Holds Second Pipeline Hearing

Posted: 09/29/2011 - Nebraskans will have another chance to comment on the proposed pipeline that would carry Canadian oil across the Great Plains to refineries in Texas.

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Cattle Imported Into Nebraska Could Bring Disease

Posted: 09/29/2011 - Nebraska agriculture officials are concerned that cattle imported into the state from drought-stricken areas of Texas and Oklahoma could bring diseases with them, so they are encouraging ranchers to follow import rules.

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"Light" Cigarettes Debated In Court

Updated: 09/28/2011 - An effort to revive a $10.1 billion verdict against Philip Morris USA is headed back to a southwestern Illinois court now that the state Supreme Court has declined to get in the way.

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Execution Delayed For Convicted Cop Killer

Updated: 09/28/2011 - The scheduled execution of a Florida man convicted of shooting a police officer to death during a traffic stop in 1978 is being delayed while prison officials await an order from the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Judge Deliberating Over Releasing Anthony Jail Video

Posted: 09/28/2011 - A hearing to determine whether jailhouse video of Casey Anthony reacting to news that her daughter's remains had been found in 2008 adjourned without a Florida judge deciding if he will release it.

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Man Planned To Blow Up Pentagon/Capitol

Updated: 09/28/2011 - A 26-year-old Massachusetts man has been arrested and accused of plotting to destroy the Pentagon and the U.S. Capitol with large remote-controlled aircraft filled with explosives.

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Woman On Death Row Being Set Free

Updated: 09/28/2011 - A Tennessee woman who once sat on the state's death row for hiring a man to kill her husband is being set free.

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Lady Gaga Files Lawsuit Over Name Usage

Updated: 09/28/2011 - Lady Gaga says a Nevada-based company is trying to horn in on her fame to market cosmetics and jewelry. She's suing in New York.

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