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Encourage Gov. Kelly to sign the Abortion Pill Reversal Notification bill

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Kansans for Life’s top legislative priority this year has been passed by both the Kansas House and Senate and is now on its way to Governor Laura Kelly as of April 15, ...

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Gov. Kelly signs 16 bills into law

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Kansas Governor Laura Kelly signed 16 bills into law the week of April 8. The laws included one dictating the minimum number of safety drills that schools across the state are required ...

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Cannonball detonated after being on display at Kansas museum for 20 years

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It was on display for over 20 years yet no one knew a cannonball had never been defused. Authorities detonated the explosive Friday afternoon after it was inspected by a sharp-eyed by ...

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Prayer breakfast speaker advises on how to leave an intentional legacy

This year’s featured speaker at the Kansas Prayer Breakfast, on Wednesday, March 20th, was David McAlvany, and he focused on legacy. McAlvany is CEO of the McAlvany Financial Companies, International Collectors Associates, ...

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Kansans for Life to hold annual oratorical contest

Kansans for Life will hold its 2019 David Gittrich Memorial Oratorical Contest in Salina on April 27 at 1:00 PM at the Salina Public Library. The Oratorical Contest is for juniors and ...

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Abortion ties and business conflicts could cost Gov. Kelly her commerce chief

Grievances generated by policy and personality clashes in a southeast Kansas community have spilled onto the statewide stage in the battle over Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly’s nominee to head the state Department ...

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Ms. Wheelchair Kansas titleholders to empower and educate Kansans in the coming year

The 2019 Ms. Wheelchair Kansas (MWKS) was recently crowned during a ceremony at the DoubleTree Hotel in Lawrence, Kan. Andrea Romero of Wichita received her crown after participating in four judging sessions, ...

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Kansas wrestler breaks arm, opponent gifts him gold medal

A Kansas teen’s act of kindness has come full circle. “Just be a kind person. Just do what your heart tells you,” said Garrison Spoonts. Spoonts, 15, is a freshman wrestler at ...

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Kansas hopes to protect integrity of voter rolls

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The state of Kansas goes back to a federal appeals court Monday to defend a statute that had required people to provide documents proving their U.S. citizenship before they could register to ...

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KDOT tweet calls President Trump “a delusional Communist”

Someone at the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) on Sunday sent out a tweet calling President Donald Trump a “delusional communist” in a tweet that was later deleted. The tweet posted Sunday ...

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Proposed legislation would remove proof of citizenship from Kansas election law

The issue of foreign interference in U.S. politics has been hotly debated since the contentious presidential election of 2016. However, amid numerous investigations into Russian meddling, a Kansas representative has introduced legislation ...

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Kansans for Israel Rally to be held at the State Capitol

Kansans who want to show support for Israel will have an opportunity on Tuesday, March 19. The Kansans for Israel Rally will take place at the Kansas State Capitol. Kansans for Israel ...

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“Choose LIFE” Kansas license plates now available

After a 16-year battle, Kansans can finally pre-order the new “Choose LIFE” Kansas license plates. In 2002, the Kansas legislature approved the Choose Life license plate. However, the governor at the time, ...

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Kansas to see lower sales tax on groceries

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Kansans are set to see a decrease in sales tax they pay on groceries. The savings are part of legislation approved by the Republican-controlled Kansas House and also includes income tax relief ...

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Kansas Museum of History presents stories of history from each of 105 Kansas Counties

Want to learn a piece of history about every Kansas county? Every person has stories to tell—stories about life, family, community, and times – and now the Kansas Museum of History is ...

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Kansas Congressman at center to push Democrats to save babies

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Late Wednesday, one week after Senate Democrats voted to block a bill to stop infanticide, House Democrats blocked a request by Republicans to vote on a similar bill to require medical care and ...

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15 minimum wage proposed for Kansas

Kansas House Bill 2022 proposes to increase the minimum wage to $15 per hour in Kansas by 2021. The bill sponsored by Rep. Jim Ward, (D) Wichita, appears to follow a national trend towards ...

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Region at risk for higher Spring tornado activity

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After a winter that started in the fall and broke several records along the way, now comes a forecast for a stormy spring. Kansas and Missouri are already in tornado alley but ...

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58th Kansas Prayer Breakfast features world traveler, financial analyst

About mid-March every year, no matter the weather, about a thousand people show up for a very early breakfast at the Ramada Inn in downtown Topeka. The occasion is the annual Kansas ...

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Winter trout stocking to take place Saturday at Lake Shawnee

The annual winter Trout Stocking at Lake Shawnee is set for Noon, February 23, at the main boat ramp. The ramp is accessible from Beach Drive off of SE 29th St. 7,000 ...

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Kansas Republican lawmakers denounce New York abortion law

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” — Senator Mary Pilcher-Cook, R-Shawnee, on the Senate floor quoting Martin Luther King, Jr. Republican lawmakers in Kansas last week denounced legislation passed recently ...

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3 boys team up to get every girl a flower at Kansas school for Valentine’s Day

Three boys at an Olathe middle school made sure Valentine’s Day was special for every girl in their school: They gave all of them a flower. Summit Trail Middle School in Olathe, Kansas, show ...

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Wichita bomb threat leaves customer relieved

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A report of a bomb threat at a Wichita Home Depot store now has police smiling and, customers creating a sigh of relief. Sort of. The threat turned out to be more of ...

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Kansas students prepare to compete in the 2019 KidWind Challenge

Kansas high school and middle school students will compete in the ultimate wind energy learning experience beginning next week. They have done their homework when it comes to wind power and used ...

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Church security training offered in Lenexa

Many churches have taken comfort in the thought that “it could never happen here,” but headlines and a steadily-growing body of statistical evidence demonstrate that violence in faith-based organizations is not just ...

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