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Kansas School District to Make Changes After LGBTQ Dispute

A northeast Kansas school district says it will provide anti-discrimination training to its teachers and staff after a controversy over the treatment of a student who said she was a lesbian.
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2 Kansas Aircraft Companies Fined for Using Illegal Software

Federal prosecutors say two Kansas companies must pay a total of nearly $150,000 in fines and restitution for using illegal software.
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SPC Severe Thunderstorm Watch 405

WW 405 SEVERE TSTM IA KS MO NE 310145Z - 310700Z URGENT - IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED Severe Thunderstorm Watch Number 405 NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK 845 PM CDT Fri Jul 30 2021 The NWS Storm Prediction Center has issued a * Severe Thunderstorm Watch for portions of portions of southern Iowa northeastern Kansas parts of northern Missouri southeastern Nebraska * Effective this Friday night and Saturday morning from 845 PM until 200 AM CDT. * Primary threats in...
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Kansas Governor Recommends Masks for All in K-12 Schools

Gov. Laura Kelly is recommending that nearly everyone inside K-12 schools or riding school buses in Kansas be required to wear a mask, and Kansas State University will require masks in its buildings.
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Kansas Court: Man Who Killed Woman Not a Sex Offender

The Kansas Supreme Court says a man who beat an Overland Park woman and then left her to die does not have to register as a sex offender.
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Kansas Court: Man Who Killed Ottawa Woman Not a Sex Offender

The Kansas Supreme Court says a man who beat an Ottawa woman and then left her to die does not have to register as a sex offender.
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EXPLAINER: Will Aid Be Enough to Prevent Kansas Evictions?

The expiration of federal tenant protections at the end of July has raised concerns that thousands of Kansas residents will be unable to afford their rent and face eviction.
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Ex-Kansas Jail Employee, Mother Arrested on Theft Charges

A former north-central Kansas jail employee and her mother have been arrested, accused by Kansas Bureau of Investigation officials of theft of public money.
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Delta Variant Fills Kansas Hospital Beds With COVID Patients

A COVID-19 surge in Kansas fueled by the faster-spreading delta variant is filling up hospitals in some areas.
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Covid renews interest in radiation, but docs caution against pilgrimages to radon-filled mines

Twice a year, Brian Tichenor makes the 1,200-mile drive each way from his home in Kansas to a defunct uranium mine in Montana, where he takes an elevator 85 feet below the surface to sit amid radioactive radon gas to ease the pain from his chronic eye condition.
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Conflicting ATF Letters to State FFLs Shows Continued Two-Faced Hypocrisy

Conflicting ATF Letters to State’s FFLs Shows Continued Two-Faced Hypocrisy iStock-BrianAJackson U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)-The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) is sending letters to Federal Firearms Licensees (FFL) in states that have passed bills protecting the Second Amendment demanding that the FFLs do NOT follow state laws. The ATF, at the same time, sent letters to FFLs telling them to FOLLOW state laws in states that have passed laws that have weakened the Second...
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Kansas Governor Requiring Masks for State Workers, Buildings

Gov. Laura Kelly says she’s imposing a mask mandate for Kansas state government workers and visitors to state buildings.
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Kansas Officials Reconsider Mask Guidelines Amid COVID Surge

A central Kansas school district is requiring masks in its buildings and public health officials in one of the state’s most populous counties are recommending that nearly every resident wear masks in indoor public spaces.
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Kansas County Urges Nearly All Residents to Wear Masks Again

Public health officials in one of Kansas’ most populous counties are urging nearly every resident to wear a mask in schools and other indoor public spaces because of the faster-spreading COVID-19 delta variant.
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Kansas Health Systems Urge Return to Masks Amid COVID Surge

Officials in two major Kansas health care systems are urging people to resume wearing masks indoors even if they’ve been vaccinated against COVID-19 because of the faster spreading delta variant.
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The Latest: Kansas Officials Urge Vaccinated People to Mask

Health officials in Kansas are urging people to resume wearing masks indoors even if they have been vaccinated against COVID-19 because of the delta variant.
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The Latest: Kansas District: Elementary Students Wear Masks

One of the largest public school districts in Kansas plans to require elementary students to wear masks this fall.
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Bye-bye to health insurance ‘birthday rule’? Kansas lawmaker floats fix

When Kayla Kjelshus gave birth to her first child, the infant spent seven days in the neonatal intensive care unit, known as the NICU.
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Big Kansas School District Mandating Masks for Youngest Kids

One of the largest public school districts in Kansas plans to require elementary students to wear masks this fall.
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Collision With Cow in Western Kansas Kills Arizona Couple

Authorities in western Kansas say an Arizona couple has died after their Jeep collided with a cow that had wandered onto U.S. Highway 40.
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Mike Pompeo says faith in God should drive GOP, nation as he returns to Southern California

Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo shakes hands with attendees after his speech at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, Monday, July 26, 2021. This was part of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute’s speaker series “A Time for Choosing.” (Photo by Michael Owen Baker, contributing photographer) Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo speaks at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, Monday, July 26, 2021. This was part of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Inst...
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Kansas Summer Camp Shut Down After COVID Outbreak

A suburban Kansas City summer camp has been shut down after eight COVID-19 cases were reported and hospitals were raising alarms about a rise in infected patients.
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Former Kansas Teacher Charged With Child Sex Crimes

A former Kansas school teacher has been jailed and charged with child sex crimes.
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Proposed ‘Hack-Back’ Bill Tells DHS To Study Allowing Companies To Retaliate

'So what will happen is you'll be destroying your grandmother's computer in Kansas that has been taken over,' cyber policy expert Herb Lin said. 'It's not clear to me that that's the best way.'
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Patrol: 2 Killed in Wrong-Way Interstate Crash in Kansas

The Kansas Highway Patrol says a wrong-way driver on Interstate 35 caused a head-on collision that killed him and the driver of the pickup truck he hit.
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Maintenance Work Affects 911 Service in Two Kansas Counties

Maintenance work affected 911 emergency call service in two Kansas counties over the weekend.
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Kansas Will Continue Extended Federal Unemployment Benefits

Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly said the state does not intend to stop paying expanded federal unemployment benefits that began in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Court Upholds Convictions in Torture Killing of Kansas Man

The Kansas Supreme Court has upheld most convictions against a Wichita woman for torturing and killing a man in a crime that the trial judge called “horrific beyond imagination.”.
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