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Only one lane is open from MacVicar to Farlawn Road, where the crash…
03.30 / 02:19
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Asked whether the committee had spoken to Flynn or his representatives, Burr told reporters, "It's safe to say that we have had…
03.30 / 02:19
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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas already requires abortion providers to inform women about the risks involved in the procedure. Soon, it may also require them to tell women where the doctor performing an abortion went to medical school — in black, 12-point Times New Roman font, no less. The Kansas House voted 85 to 38 [&#…
03.30 / 02:15
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The Latest on severe weather affecting Southern Plains states in the US (all times…
03.30 / 02:05
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The University of Kansas is partnering with the Cotton O’Neil Clinic to deliver a no cost weight management program for patients 21 and older of the Cotton O’Neil Carbondale and Osage City clinics. The University of Kansas Weight Management Program has over 30 years of successful delivery of weight management to multiple populations. The study features six months of structured weight loss then 12 months of weight maintenance. Participants will be provided with either group or individual cou…
03.30 / 01:22
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"We have the option of going to four different criminal divisions, subpoenaing the same witnesses, the same officers, putting the victim's…
03.30 / 01:16
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Mike Cooper visits with the new Kansas Forest Service district forester, Jami…
03.30 / 01:12
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Sen. Tom Holland of Baldwin City pushed the amendment on behalf of a Tonganoxie couple whose 18-year-old son, disappeared in 1988. His body has never been found and the case has never been…
03.30 / 01:04
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More than half of University of Kansas faculty and staff have “seriously considered” leaving KU in the past year, according to newly released results from a campuswide survey. Low pay, limited opportunities for advancement, lack of institutional support, increased workload and state government’s “increasing” role in managing the university were among top culprits cited…
03.30 / 01:04
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An Arkansas lawmaker has dropped a "bathroom bill" that had faced opposition from the state's Republican governor and tourism groups, and says she wants the issue studied for the…
03.30 / 01:02
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Noxious weeds are one of the greatest threats to the Kansas environment, but strong local efforts to control them are a tremendous help, Barton County…
03.30 / 01:02
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An inch or two of rain across the Golden Belt this week couldn’t have come at a better time for agriculture…
03.30 / 01:02
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It is good news for Douglas County after the County Health Rankings were released.…
03.30 / 01:02
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The Kansas House has approved a resolution condemning pornography as a public health…
03.30 / 00:08
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A southeast Kansas woman is accused in an 81-count federal indictment of embezzling more than $5 million from a now-defunct credit…
03.30 / 00:08
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The earthquake was centered about 6 miles east of Medford, Oklahoma. Medford is located just south of the Kansas line in Grant…
03.30 / 00:08
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KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — The American Royal Barbecue contest will return to the Kansas Speedway this year but it’s moving to an earlier date. American Royal officials say the barbecue, which attracts more than 50,000 people, is scheduled for Labor Day weekend. It was held in October last year. The national contest moved to […
03.30 / 00:04
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WICHITA – A Kansas woman was indicted Tuesday on federal charges of embezzling more than $5 million from a credit union that was declared insolvent and liquidated, according to U.S. Attorney Tom Beall. Nita Rae Nirschl, 64, Parsons, Kan., is charged in an 81-count indictment including 22 counts of embezzlement, 37 counts of money laundering, […
03.30 / 00:04
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The number of Saline County children living in poverty, the number of drug overdoses and the number of children living in single-parent homes reflected poorly on the county in a recent national health study, said Gianfranco Pezzino, of the…
03.29 / 23:55
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The north exterior wall of Ad Astra Books and Coffee House will have a more vibrant and colorful look come…
03.29 / 23:55
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