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    1. Remnants of rain

      Kansas State CollegianAug 27 10:41 PM

      How a wet summer relieved a region of drought, but also caused a few problems.

    2. Several roads throughout the Tampa Bay area were closed today, just days after torrential rains caused devastating flooding. A mandatory evacuation order was issued for Anclote River Estates, near Elfers in Pasco County, and 40 people were evacuated from an RV park in Palm Harbor.

    3. ( Kansas State University ) A Kansas State University biochemist is studying Camelina sativa -- a nonfood oilseed crop -- to see how it can be used for biofuel or even industrial and food-related applications.

    4. Fornelli: 5 teams with easiest schedules in 2015

    5. South Tampa Things To Do

      South Tampa NewsAug 19 01:32 PM

      $15 Days: 9:30 a.m. Lowry Park Zoo, 1101 W. Sligh Ave. Last week for Florida residents 3 and older to get into the zoo for just $15. Proof of residency required. For information, call (813) 935-8552.

    6. Montana Sees String of Traffic Fatalities

      Flathead BeaconAug 05 09:50 AM

      HELENA — Montana has seen a string of traffic fatalities this week. The Montana Highway Patrol says a 31-year-old Bozeman man died in a rollover on Churchill Road near Manhattan early Wednesday.

    7. Current list of Bay area road closures

      Bay News 9 Tampa BayAug 03 09:21 AM

      Follow live updates on road closures and other flooding information you need to know from around the

    8. Shawnee County rent lower than average, but some still struggle

      The Topeka Capital-JournalAug 01 01:37 PM

      Topeka and Kansas are among the more affordable places you could rent an apartment, though a person earning minimum wage or living on a fixed income still could struggle.

    9. Tip Times: UK, UofL, IU NCAA Tournament games

      WAVE 3 LouisvilleAug 04 10:10 AM

      Tip times have been announced for NCAA Tournament second-round games on Thursday and Friday.

    10. NEW YORK, N.Y. - He was the velvet voice in the hard hat, a karaoke-loving ironworker whose serenades from a subway construction site briefly became a New York City sensation. Four years after his brush with fame, the "Second Avenue Sinatra" is being sought after for a darker reason: He's been ...

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