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  • 10-foot-long inflatable model of human colon stolen in Kansas City

    10-foot-long inflatable model of human colon stolen in Kansas City

    Saturday, October 20 2018 11:26 PM EDT2018-10-21 03:26:15 GMT
    Courtesy: Kansas Cancer CenterCourtesy: Kansas Cancer Center

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Officials at the University of Kansas Cancer Center are searching for their stolen colon. They don't know why someone would steal an inflatable model used to teach people about the dangers of colon cancer, they just want it back. The model, valued at $4,000, was taken from the bed of a pickup truck parked in the Brookside area of Kansas City.

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    KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Officials at the University of Kansas Cancer Center are searching for their stolen colon. They don't know why someone would steal an inflatable model used to teach people about the dangers of colon cancer, they just want it back. The model, valued at $4,000, was taken from the bed of a pickup truck parked in the Brookside area of Kansas City.

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  • Idaho unemployment drops to 2.7 percent

    Idaho unemployment drops to 2.7 percent

    Saturday, October 20 2018 8:14 PM EDT2018-10-21 00:14:58 GMT

    BOISE, Idaho (AP) - Idaho's unemployment rate in September dropped to 2.7 percent.    The Idaho Department of Labor on Friday says it's the 13th consecutive month Idaho's unemployment rate has been at or below 3 percent.    The agency says the number of people in the state age 16 or older working or looking for work is at 853,076.

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    BOISE, Idaho (AP) - Idaho's unemployment rate in September dropped to 2.7 percent.    The Idaho Department of Labor on Friday says it's the 13th consecutive month Idaho's unemployment rate has been at or below 3 percent.    The agency says the number of people in the state age 16 or older working or looking for work is at 853,076.

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  • Spokane Valley Police ask for help identifying missing property

    Spokane Valley Police ask for help identifying missing property

    Saturday, October 20 2018 7:57 PM EDT2018-10-20 23:57:33 GMT

    Spokane Valley Police detectives are asking for help to identify some unique items recovered during an investigation. The items are potentially liked to several storage unit burglaries last December on the South Hill. A suspect pawned the items, but a search of reported stolen property to identify the owner(s) has been unsuccessful. It's not known if the items were part of the South Hill burglaries or were stolen at a different time and place.

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    Spokane Valley Police detectives are asking for help to identify some unique items recovered during an investigation. The items are potentially liked to several storage unit burglaries last December on the South Hill. A suspect pawned the items, but a search of reported stolen property to identify the owner(s) has been unsuccessful. It's not known if the items were part of the South Hill burglaries or were stolen at a different time and place.

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