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Police: Eight Charged After Drunken Joyride

Eight people from Colby face charges after police claim they took a school bus for a joyride while drunk. Shilo & Shastina Stupka, Corey Reed, Joshua Mazanec, Shawn Phillips, ... Continue Reading →
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ACLU: Arguments In Gay Marriage Suit Cancelled

The ACLU claims a federal judge cancelled today’s hearing on the group’s lawsuit aimed at overturning Kansas’s ban on same-sex marriage. An attorney for the group ... Continue Reading →
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World Series Ratings Rebound

After record-low numbers in the first game of the World Series, TV ratings rebounded somewhat in Game Two. The 7.9 rating with a 14 share Wednesday night was still the second lowest ... Continue Reading →
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Goodland Suicide Puts Mental Health In Focus

A man in Goodland is dead after shooting himself. Officers found him in his backyard, holding a shotgun, and police couldn’t talk him out of it in time. The city’s police ... Continue Reading →
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Roberts, Orman On Campaign Trail

Embattled Republican Senator Pat Roberts is taking the endorsement of former governor Bill Graves and starting a bus tour of the western part of the state. Challenger Greg Orman is ... Continue Reading →
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Brownback Plans Increased Fight Against EPA

Governor Brownback plans to announce new efforts by Kansas to protest a federal rule claiming regulatory authority over many of the nation’s streams and wetlands. The EPA claims ... Continue Reading →
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KSU’s Snyder On Hall Of Fame Ballot

The National Football Foundation puts K-State head coach Bill Snyder on the 2015 ballot for induction into the College Football Hall Of Fame. He’s one of six coaches from major ... Continue Reading →
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Goodland, Colby Among Roberts Stops

Senator Pat Roberts has campaign stops in both Colby and Goodland on the agenda this weekend, part of his Big First Bus Tour. He’ll be in Goodland Friday evening and start the ... Continue Reading →
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Orman: College Costs Harm Economy

Independent Senate candidate Greg Orman says colleges that get federal money shouldn’t be allowed to raise tuition faster than the rate of inflation. Orman says the cost of college ... Continue Reading →
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Secretary Of State, Challenger To Debate

Republican Secretary of State Kris Kobach likely will face questions during a televised debate about a proof-of-citizenship requirement for new Kansas voters enacted at his urging. ... Continue Reading →
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