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    A man who was shot and wounded by police during a confrontation at a Manhattan motel pleaded no contest to three charges.

  • County to pay medical bill for man hurt in chase

    Commissioners in Riley County have agreed to pay an outstanding hospital bill for a driver who was badly injured while fleeing from police.

  • NYC mayor calls Baldwin arrest 'unfortunate'

    New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is calling the arrest of actor Alec Baldwin "unfortunate."

  • New National Guard brigade approved for Manhattan

    A new Kansas National Guard field artillery brigade approved to be headquartered in Manhattan will provide command and control to two field artillery battalions in Hiawatha and Wichita.

  • Manufacturing plant to expand in Manhattan

    A manufacturing company is planning a $7 million capital investment in its Manhattan plant, which is expected to create 100 new jobs.

  • Court grills prosecutor over insider trading cases

    A federal appeals judge put a prosecutor on the defensive over the government's approach to insider trading cases on Tuesday, questioning the message it sends Wall Street as it scores successes including 80 convictions over the last six years.

  • City life offers better health, bigger ladder

    People living in dense urban areas are not only more likely to be thinner and healthier, they are also more likely to move up the income ladder.

  • In this Saturday, March 29, 2014 photo, owners stand with their dogs, collectively known as the "dumpster puppies," during a reunion at a dog park in Manhattan, Mont. for the 10 puppies who had been abandoned in the trash in the winter of 2013. "They were dirty and cold when they were found," remembers Diana Stafford, who runs Tiny Tails K-9 Rescue in Manhattan. All 10 had adoptive homes waiting for them when they were old enough. (AP Photo/Bozeman Daily Chronicle, Mike Greener)

    Owners of puppies thrown in garbage bin gather

    They're known affectionately as the dumpster puppies.

  • Driver: I wasn't reckless in fast lap of Manhattan

    A driver facing criminal charges over a 24-minute lap around Manhattan told police he was a "car fanatic" who wanted to break unofficial records for circling the island, but he said that the viral video of the stunt was sped up, making it appear he was driving faster than he was, court documents released Tuesday show.

  • 50 Shades of Grey marketing phenom goes mainstream

    You've bought rope for that special someone, picked up a few sex toys and read those "Fifty Shades of Grey" books a time or three. You know who you are.

  • 50 Shades of Grey marketing phenom goes mainstream

    You've bought rope for that special someone, picked up a few sex toys and read those "Fifty Shades of Grey" books a time or three. You know who you are.

  • Michael Douglas' son testifies at NYC drug trial

    The imprisoned son of actor Michael Douglas testified Tuesday that he would have been better off staying in jail rather than being freed on bail after he was arrested in New York on drug charges two years ago.

  • A 2006 apple-picking outing led Brent Ridge (left) and Josh Kilmer-Purcell to buy a farm and become Planet Green's "Fabulous Beekman Boys." (Associated Press)

    'Beekman Boys' get real on the farm

    It sounds like the breathless plot of a zany sitcom: Manhattan adman who moonlights as a drag queen trades high heels for barn boots to raise goats and purple tomatoes with his life partner, a doctor who moved from geriatric practice to "The Martha Stewart Show" before chucking city life for a new career on the farm.

  • TV show follows evolution of exurbanites' farm

    It sounds like the breathless plot of a zany sitcom: Manhattan adman who moonlights as a drag queen trades high heels for barn boots to raise goats and purple tomatoes with his life partner, a doctor who moved from geriatric practice to "The Martha Stewart Show" before chucking the city life for a new career on the farm.

  • Correction: People-Kid Cudi story

    In a Sept. 28 story about a court hearing on drug charges against rapper Kid Cudi, The Associated Press, relying on information provided by Manhattan prosecutors, erroneously reported that Cudi pleaded guilty to misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance.

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