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Kansas late-term abortion clinic closes over personnel issues

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Trust Women, a late-term abortion clinic in Wichita, Kansas stopped operations last week, according to a news release from Operation Rescue. Inside sources reported that the co-executive directors and medical director were ...

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These tips help allergy sufferers survive Kansas, Missouri spring

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Allergy season is in full swing in Missouri and Kansas, as plants continue to bloom and release pollen. Allergy season typically runs from around March through October. Tree pollen dominates in spring, ...

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Kansas sues Biden administration over Title IX revisions

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Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach is leading a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Education over its recently announced changes to Title IX. The revisions would forbid discrimination based on gender identity ...

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Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker calls out Biden’s abortion stance during Kansas speech

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Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker criticized President Joe Biden’s position on abortion during a commencement speech at Benedictine College in Atchison, Kan., on Saturday. He specifically pointed to Biden’s “delusional” stance ...

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Bodies of Kansas pastor’s wife and friend found in rural Oklahoma

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The bodies of a pastor’s wife, Jillian Kelley, and her companion Veronica Butler, who went missing in Oklahoma two weeks ago, have been found. The remains were found in rural Texas County, ...

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Spring in Missouri and Kansas means morel mushroom season

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The spring hunting season has arrived in Kansas and Missouri – except people are hunting not for wild game but morel mushrooms. “It looks like we are settling in for some warmer, ...

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What’s most popular Easter candy in Kansas, Missouri?

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Thirty-one percent of Americans say Easter is their favorite holiday candy, followed by Halloween candy (29 percent) and Christmas candy (24 percent). When it comes to Easter candy in Missouri and Kansas, ...

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Mattel Adventure Park will open In Bonner Springs in 2026

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Worlds of Fun is getting some competition. A new Mattel Adventure Park in Wyandotte County will feature Hot Wheels roller coasters, a Barbie rooftop restaurant, Thomas & Friends attractions and more. Crews plan ...

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What’s the most popular dog name in Kansas and Missouri?            

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In honor of National Puppy Day on Saturday, March 23, a dog daycare company has surveyed Americans on their favorite dog names. Nationwide, the top 10 names are Luna, Charlie, Bella, Lucy, ...

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Kansas Sen. Marshall introduces bill opposing transgender foster care rule

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The Department of Health and Human Services could not force foster parents to accept gender ideology or restrict the work of faith-based foster care organizations under a bill filed this week by ...

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New adultery, blackmail allegations concerning IHOPKC worship leaders

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New accusations, including blackmail about leadership at the International House of Prayer Kansas City, have surfaced. Former worship leader Misty Edwards, who denied being an abuse victim of the ministry’s founder Mike Bickle in ...

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Attacks on U.S. churches up 800% since 2020

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Attacks against U.S. churches are up 800% since 2020 and more than doubled last year, according to the latest Hostility Against Churches report from the Family Research Council. It has revealed an ...

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Topeka’s only synagogue vandalized

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The only synagogue in Topeka has been vandalized with antisemitic graffiti. The Topeka Police Department and the FBI are investigating the vandalism at Temple Beth Sholom where congregants discovered “Save Gaza” and ...

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Christian Chiefs players have priorities in order on Super Bowl Sunday

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 Although hundreds of millions of people around the world will be watching the Super Bowl on Sunday, Christian athletes will be playing for an audience of one. “The Washington Times” spotlighted several ...

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Pro-life Kansans unite for compassion-driven legislative agenda

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On Wednesday, January 24, thousands of members of the pro-life movement met at the Kansas State Capitol for the annual March and Rally for Life. Many pro-lifers met with legislators and visited ...

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Earthquake in Oklahoma overnight felt locally

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Residents of central Oklahoma are picking up after a  5.1 magnitude earthquake hit just east of Oklahoma City Friday night. The earthquake hit Prague, Oklahoma, at 11:24 p.m., according to the United ...

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City of Topeka announces ‘all hands on deck’ to battle potholes

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Due to recent weather conditions creating countless potholes on city streets, Public Works Director Braxton Copley has declared a temporary emergency for pothole patching. All City of Topeka Street Department crews will ...

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Outrageous energy bills? These officials could keep them down

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January kicked off with bone-chilling, pipe-bursting temperatures. By the end of the month, Missouri and Kansas residents can expect energy bills, many topping $200, extending their wintertime misery. Those energy bills — ...

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End ‘gain-of-function’ virus research: Kansas Senator

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Kanas Senator Roger Marshall said this week the US should discontinue gain-of-function research and stop funding similar Chinese research. “I think number one is we have to have a moratorium on gain ...

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Compassion and care for women, babies top Kansas legislative agenda

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The pro-life movement in Kansas is promoting a legislative agenda this year that encompasses true compassion and life-affirming care for women and their children. We understand the difficult circumstances many pregnant women ...

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Rep. LaTurner against Chinese facility in Johnson County

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Kansas Congressman Jake LaTurner is concerned about a Chinese technology firm planning to build in Johnson County. In a January 8 letter to Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, ...

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Kansans for Life releases 2024 agenda ahead of rally

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With abortions skyrocketing in Kansas due to a court ruling and defeat of a 2022 pro-life referendum, Kansans for Life is adjusting its agenda for 2024. On Thursday, the state’s largest pro-life ...

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Pro-life Kansans to rally at Capitol Jan. 24

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Kansans for Life will hold the annual Rally and March for Life in Topeka on Wednesday, January 24. The day will be full of events including an interdenominational worship service and a ...

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Area Christmas displays open through end of the year

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If you haven’t seen enough Christmas displays yet, you’re in luck – you have over a week to see more. Here are a couple area displays you may not have seen.   ...

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Food website ranks most popular Christmas dishes in Missouri, Kansas

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Favorite dishes are as much a part of the Christmas season as trees and packages. Although nearly everyone enjoys turkey and the trimmings, each state also has several popular regional meals. Three ...

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