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The Topeka Capital-Journal
'Art of Murder' attendees consider clues, offer best guesses to murderer's identity1966. The presence of unexpected celebrity guests is the only head-scratcher u
'Art of Murder' attendees consider clues, offer best guesses to murderer's identity
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 6 days ago
1966. The presence of unexpected celebrity guests is the only head-scratcher until the show’s host, Dick Stark, played by WIBW-TV news anchor Ralph Hipp, enters, greets the performers and expresses discomfort before collapsing into a chair, with a... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
WIBW's Hipp to get murdered at TCT's whodunit fundraiserInstead of telling viewers of 13 News about Topeka’s latest homicide, longtime
WIBW's Hipp to get murdered at TCT's whodunit fundraiser
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 9 days ago
Instead of telling viewers of 13 News about Topeka’s latest homicide, longtime WIBW TV news anchor and reporter Ralph Hipp will be the city’s latest murder victim. At least that will be role Hipp will play Friday night at the 2016 edition of Art of... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Tornado memories: KHP trooper asks passerby to guard rubbleClub, where he had been watching a state golf championship until lightning pose
Tornado memories: KHP trooper asks passerby to guard rubble
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 23 days ago
Club, where he had been watching a state golf championship until lightning posed a threat, when his wife, Pat, told him WIBW-TV announcer Bill Kurtis said to take cover because a tornado was heading into Topeka. Pickford knew Kurtis because he... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Tornado memories: Soda jerk's effort swept away by tornadohouse at 835 S.E. Jefferson but were temporarily living in a basement-less hous
Tornado memories: Soda jerk's effort swept away by tornado
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 25 days ago
house at 835 S.E. Jefferson but were temporarily living in a basement-less house in the 900 block of Jefferson. When WIBW–TV announcer Bill Kurtis issued his “For God’s sake, take cover” plea, Henderson and her daughter ran to the rental... Read more
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