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Annual Rally and March For Life will be Jan. 22 in Topeka

Kansans for Life will hold the annual Rally and March for Life in Topeka on January 22. The day will be full of events including educational workshops for teens and adults, an ...

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Conservative leader interested in seat as Sen. Pat Roberts retires

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Longtime Republican Sen. Pat Roberts of Kansas will not seek re-election to a fifth term in 2020, setting up an intense political scramble to replace him. Roberts would have been 84 when ...

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Kansas judge rules telemedicine abortions can continue

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A Kansas judge ruled New Year’s Eve that the state of Kansas cannot stop so-called telemedicine abortions or “webcam abortions.” The decision comes after attempts by state lawmakers to prevent doctors from ...

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New Trump policy hopes to revitalize America’s rural areas

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Studies have shown that the economic gap between urban and rural areas of the country widen when Democrats hold the White House. Urban areas, typically Democrat strongholds, are rewarded with the vast ...

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Pompeo talks about trade war, Syria pullout, North Korea: “Kansas workers will eventually benefit”

Mike Pompeo, the U.S. Secretary of State and a former Kansas congressman from Wichita, spoke about some of the key issues he is dealing with as the country’s leader of foreign policy ...

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Kansas state parks to offer First Day Hikes on New Year’s Day

What better way to kick off the New Year than by getting a jump start burning off those extra holiday calories in the great outdoors? Kansas state parks, including several in northeast ...

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Kansas Department of Commerce announces the National Career Development Poetry & Art Contest

The Kansas Department of Commerce is partnering with the National Career Development Association (NCDA) to participate in the 53rd NCDA Annual Poetry and Art Contest. The contest theme is “Using Careers to Break Barriers, ...

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Kansas man to actually receive two front teeth for Christmas

A Kansas man who lost his front tooth while scrambling to wrap Christmas presents last year will get his wish for two front teeth after a video of him singing a popular ...

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Joe’s Redneck Grill: from dreams to reality

Joe Bussen came to Interfaith Housing and Community Services with a passion for barbecue, a commitment to family and a dream of something bigger. His business started small, doing church gatherings, youth ...

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KDHE opens new Office of Vital Statistics in Topeka

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) has opened its new Office of Vital Statistics (OVS) to the public in the Curtis State Office Building in Topeka. The new office, around ...

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Kansas State and NFL receiver Tyler Lockett values trust and creativity

Tyler Lockett is a versatile NFL talent, an instinctive and creative playmaker as both a receiver and a Pro-Bowl returner! Lockett shows his heart, not only making plays on the field, but ...

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Kansas singer-songwriter debuts new album and gets song chosen for commercial

Elizabeth Anne Mall, singer-songwriter from Morganville, Kansas, has been working with Los Angeles producer Rob Chiarelli on his Street Lamp Records label while living in northern California. Dec. 8 her 3rd album ...

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Lawrence artist has hand in creating footwear for Mahomes and other Chiefs players

John Sebelius is an artist in Lawrence and a lifelong Chiefs fan. He got the chance to work with his favorite team for the NFL’s “my cause my cleats campaign.” The campaign gives NFL players ...

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Kelly: more money for schools, Medicaid expansion, welfare, gun control, climate change; restrict faith-based adoption

Kansas Gov.-elect Laura Kelly insists the state budget she’s preparing can fully fund the state’s schools, expand Medicaid coverage to another 150,000 people and begin to repair a troubled child welfare system ...

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Kansas must fund Planned Parenthood after ruling

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Kansas must continue funding Planned Parenthood with state and Medicaid funding after a Supreme Court ruling. The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday, Dec. 10 announced it has refused to hear an appeal ...

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