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Silver Alert issued for elderly Colorado woman; may be in Kansas

The Montrose Police Department in Colorado has issued a Silver Alert for Mary Finnegan, 82. She never returned to her home in Delta County after being last seen at the Rose Bowl in ... Continue Reading →
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Heat advisories expected this week…and other headlines: July 19, 2016

Temperatures are expected to hang near 100 in most of Kansas again today. That’s leading to another round of heat advisories in many parts of the state, with forecasters saying ... Continue Reading →
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Man gets prison time for prostitution charges…and other headlines: July 18, 2016

A man from Wichita gets a year and a half in federal prison on prostitution-related charges connected to a sting operation targeting massage parlors. He was convicted in April of one ... Continue Reading →
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Police searching for men after chase near Salina…and other headlines: July 15, 2016

Law enforcement officers look for a man involved in a police chase who fled and left a child behind in the car. The Saline County Sheriff says the chase began yesterday morning when ... Continue Reading →
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Last minute challenges arise for many Kansas voters…and other headlines: July 12, 2016

As many as 50,000 Kansas voters who registered at motor vehicle offices would be given provisional ballots in the upcoming elections only to see their votes in state and local races ... Continue Reading →
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Major newspaper issues apology…and other headlines: July 11, 2016

The Kansas City Star’s publisher is apologizing for printing an opinion piece that suggested women can reduce the risk of being raped by not drinking too much. Many readers felt ... Continue Reading →
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Goodland Police seeks help from public in theft investigation

The Goodland Police Department is currently investigating a theft that occurred sometime after the evening of Saturday, July 2, 2016 at Chambers Park located in the 1400 block of Center ... Continue Reading →
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Tornado strikes Eureka in eastern Kansas, State of Emergency declared

Gov. Sam Brownback has signed a State of Disaster Emergency declaration for Greenwood County after a tornado struck the City of Eureka the evening of Thursday, July 7. The declaration ... Continue Reading →
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State closing juvenile facility in Larned…and other headlines: July 8, 2016

The state is closing the juvenile correctional facility at Larned over the next 12 months. The Department of Corrections announced the plans, pointing to a 30 percent drop in inmates ... Continue Reading →
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Headlines from the Today in Kansas Report: July 7, 2016

Sedgwick County commissioners are officially asking the Kansas Legislature to ban immigrants living in the U.S. illegally from getting in-state tuition or help from a federal nutrition ... Continue Reading →
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