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Sears caught raising prices before liquidation sales


As Sears is in the process of closing nonprofitable stores, it may be playing games with fair pricing. The company is closing stores in across the nation including one in Topeka and ...

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Supreme Court has already ruled ‘zero tolerance’ policy is legal


While democrats and the media bristle at President Trumps call this weekend for illegal immigrants to be sent back without a court hearing, those critics may be forgetting one thing. The U.S. ...

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Twin brothers reunited in Normandy 74 years later


For decades, he was known only as Unknown X-9352 at a World War II American cemetery in Belgium where he was interred. No one knew he had a twin. On Tuesday, Julius ...

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North Korea cancels annual anti-America rally


For the first time in decades, North Korea has decided not to hold its annual anti-US imperialism rally which has been a tradition since the regime entrenched its power after the Korean ...

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British royal Prince William heads to Israel in first ever ‘official’ visit


JERUSALEM – For the first time ever, Israel is being visited in an official capacity by the British Royal monarchy. Prince William is set to arrive in Israel this week for the ...

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Saudi women drive for the first time today


Saudi women are in the driver’s seat for the first time in their country and steering their way through busy city streets just minutes after the world’s last remaining ban on women ...

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Truth vs. equivocation: What’s the foundation of your worldview?

Men, I’ll be honest. Winning isn’t everything …. Men, it’s the only thing!” (UCLA Bruins football coach Henry Russell ‘Red’ Sanders)   That quote seems to summarize much of our culture’s ethos and ...

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Buck O’neil center vandalized overnight


The memory of Kansas City’s most beloved personalities came under attack last night as the new Buck O’Neil Education and Research Center was vandalized, causing serious damage. The building honors O’Neil, who started ...

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Wichita douses Fourth of July fireworks with heavy fines


Wichita is cracking down on a time-honored Fourth of July tradition–the setting off of fireworks. The city has banned fireworks that shoot sparks higher than six feet or fireworks that shoot flaming ...

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Even with misleading media images, public blames immigrant parents for crisis


Results of a new Rasmussen poll may leave the media a bit surprised. The extensive poll found a majority of Americans blame illegal immigrant parents for the child crisis on the border ...

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Small businesses celebrate court ruling on sales tax


If you shop online, you may notice something extra when you check out. The United States Supreme Court made the decision for states to be able to charge online sales tax in ...

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Weber seeks ‘common good’ in Capitol

The state capitol is a beehive buzzing with all kinds of special interests.  But the Catholic Church is not one of them, says Gerald C. “Chuck” Weber, Jr., the new executive director ...

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Immigrant children being housed in Topeka facility

Two Kansas lawmakers are asking for more clarity on the legal status of and facilities for unaccompanied children being housed in Kansas after attempting to cross the U.S.-Mexico border illegally. Kansas Senate ...

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Biblical archaeology exhibit on display at SBU


If you are planning a summer trip to Branson this year, a quick stop along the way will allow you to see some incredible relics from Biblical times. Southwest Baptist University, in ...

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Free Nicotine Replacement Therapy Available for Limited Time

TOPEKA – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE)’s Bureau of Health Promotion is encouraging Kansas residents who want to quit using tobacco products to take advantage of the opportunity to ...

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