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Much of western Kansas in drought conditions…and other headlines: December 5, 2016

The latest report from the U.S. Drought Monitor finds much of western Kansas at either moderate or severe stage. That comes just a few weeks after the whole state was declared drought ... Continue Reading →
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Vap Construction and 100.3 The Ride Holiday Meal Giveaway

Vap Construction and 100.3 The Ride are teaming up to provide 2 local families with a Holiday Feast.  We invite you to nominate a family that could use a great Holiday meal.  Two ... Continue Reading →
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Questions surround intruder shooting in Cheyenne County…and other headlines: December 2, 2016

Kansas still has a big hole in its budget even after reporting Thursday that tax collections in November were on target with new, lower revenue projections. The state Department of ... Continue Reading →
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Headlines from the Today in Kansas Report: November 22, 2016

The woman accused of killing a mother in Wichita and stealing her baby says in a jailhouse interview that the woman had agreed to give her the baby but backed out of the deal at the ... Continue Reading →
UNITED STATES – FEBRUARY 8: Rep. Mike Pompeo, R-Kan., speaks during the House Energy and Power Subcommittee hearing on "The American Energy Initiative: What EPA's Utility MACT (maximum achievable control technology) Rule Will Cost U.S. Consumers" on Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2012. (Photo By Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

Kansas playing big role in Trump’s transition and administration…and other headlines: November 21, 2016

A man who was on the run for six years gets 27 years in prison and has to forfeit $13 million from drug trafficking in Kansas. He’d already entered guily pleas to drug and money ... Continue Reading →
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Living expenses to increase next year at Kansas universities…and other headlines: November 18, 2016

Room and board costs at universities in Kansas are expected to climb next year. The largest proposed rate increase is at Ku, which is asking for a 4.9 percent hike. K-State, Wichita ... Continue Reading →
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Regents to vote on new KSU president today…and other headlines: November 15, 2016

The Kansas Board of Regents votes today on a new president for Kansas State. The regents are meeting today on the campus in Manhattan. Former president Kirk Schulz announced his departure ... Continue Reading →
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CCC Volleyball players earn post-season honors

(Story and photo credit: CCC Public Information) Sophomores Aleksandra Malek and Maja Jankovic and freshman Melanie Loiseau were named to the 2016 NJCAA All-Region VI Team, while sophomore ... Continue Reading →
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Expectations lowered for tax collections in Kansas…and other headlines: November 11, 2016

Kansas faces a $349 million shortfall in its current budget and more gaps in the near future after officials issued a new, more pessimistic fiscal forecast. The forecasters on Thursday ... Continue Reading →
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Kobach selected to work with Trump’s transition team…and other headlines: November 10, 2016

Kansas secretary of state Kris Kobach says he’s working on the transition team for the Trump administration. Kobach says he doesn’t expect a role in the cabinet but he’s ... Continue Reading →
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