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WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) — Kayla Matous is one of the shortest officers within the Wichita Police Department. She's been an officer since 2013 and she puts her life on the line for you. "When you call we show up." via www.kake.com Continue reading
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WICHITA, Kansas – One person was injured in a house fire in northwest Wichita Wednesday night. The fire occurred shortly before 10 p.m. in the 1700 block of N. Custer. via ksn.com Continue reading
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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) – The Kansas Senate has approved a bill designed to cut Kansas’ costs in providing prescription drugs for poor and disabled residents. The chamber’s vote Wednesday was 23-16, sending the measure to the House. via ksn.com Continue reading
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IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) -- Iowa's Adam Woodbury is often viewed as the blue-chip recruit who never lived up to expectations. Those who have watched Woodbury closely this season might argue he's developed into one of the more underrated players... Continue reading
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City Hall administrative offices will be closed on Monday, Feb. 15, 2016 in observance of Presidents' Day. The following schedules will be in effect for other City facilities on the holiday: Airport: The office will be closed. Jet Air will... Continue reading
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Click the link below to view the latest daily bulletin from the Coralville Police Department. Download Daily bulletin QQQ1 Continue reading
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A bill that would ban racial profiling in Iowa likely won’t be discussed by lawmakers this year, a circumstance that Rep. Ako Abdul-Samad finds disappointing. “What we’re talking about is life and death,” Abdul-Samad said Wednesday during a news conference... Continue reading
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DES MOINES, Iowa — Iowa adults diagnosed with a terminal illness could make a written request for self-administered medication they could use to end their lives under a bill that provoked an emotional debate Wednesday before an Iowa Senate subcommittee.... Continue reading
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MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) Al Freeman and Taurean Prince couldn't have been much more efficient for Baylor on Wednesday night. Neither could the rest of the Bears when they strolled to the foul line. Freeman scored 21 points on 6-of-7 shooting, Prince added 18 on 6-of-8 from the floor, and the... Continue reading
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The dramatic difference in the views of Democratic and Republican presidential candidates on radical Islamic terrorism could singlehandedly cost Democrats the 2016 presidential election, according to liberal comedian and “Real Time” host Bill Maher. via www.theblaze.com Continue reading
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The dramatic difference in the views of Democratic and Republican presidential candidates on radical Islamic terrorism could singlehandedly cost Democrats the 2016 presidential election, according to liberal comedian and “Real Time” host Bill Maher. via www.theblaze.com Continue reading
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The dramatic difference in the views of Democratic and Republican presidential candidates on radical Islamic terrorism could singlehandedly cost Democrats the 2016 presidential election, according to liberal comedian and “Real Time” host Bill Maher. via www.theblaze.com Continue reading
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Officers temporarily shut down K-42 NB from Pawnee to Harry, but it has since reopened. Right now we don't know how many cars are off the tracks or what they were carrying, but we're told no hazardous materials were spilled. via www.kwch.com Continue reading
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It happened around 4:30 a.m. Thursday morning near Pawnee and West Street. According to Battalion Chief Frank Buck, the first units on the scene witnessed 3 train cars on their side. via ksn.com Continue reading
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By Mike Thayer Don't pay too much! The lowest prices as of this writing: The cheapest place to buy gas in Wichita is at Sam's Club, 3415 N Rock Rd & KS-96. at $1.24 per gallon. You'll also pay $1.24 per gallon at Costco, 9700 E Kellogg Ave & S... Continue reading
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The City of Cedar Rapids will observe the President’s Day holiday on Monday, February 15. Most City offices will be closed on that day. The following City services will continue to operate: •Fire Department – Administrative and Fire Marshal’s Offices... Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at Coralville Courier
TOPEKA, Kansas (AP) – Kansas lawmakers are weighing legislation that would make it illegal to post photos or videos of a nude person online without his or her consent. The Kansas City Star (http://bit.ly/1LebhSL) reports that Democratic Rep. Sydney Carlin of Manhattan and Republican Rep. Stephanie Clayton of Overland Park... Continue reading
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No. 25 Wichita State rebounds with win over Drake DES MOINES, Iowa -- Wichita State's checklist was short on Tuesday. The 25th-ranked Shockers had to rebound and they had to play better against a zone defense. Those shortcomings led to a rare February loss three days earlier, something the Shockers... Continue reading
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Kansas Republicans and Democrats are preparing for the March 5 caucuses, when the national spotlight could be on the Sunflower State. In past presidential elections, a likely nominee is already determined by the time Kansas caucuses roll around. This year, political experts say that may not be the case. "Because... Continue reading
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LAWRENCE, Kan. — West Virginia had an opportunity to make some history at Kansas. Instead, the Mountaineers met the same fate as teams in the 36 consecutive games before them. Perry Ellis had 21 points, Landen Lucas pulled down a career-high 16 rebounds and the sixth-ranked Jayhawks beat No. 10... Continue reading
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A new report by green energy groups once again confirms hydraulic fracturing for natural gas has done more to cut U.S. carbon dioxide emissions than all of President Barack Obama’s global warming regulatory schemes. The Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE) and Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) released their annual... Continue reading
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State utility regulators are wrestling with the fact that the owners of nearly 300 parcels of Iowa land have refused to voluntarily grant easements for the proposed Bakken oil pipeline, which would cross diagonally through 18 Iowa counties. The Iowa... Continue reading
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Box office bombs like “Pan” and “In the Heart of the Sea” weighed down Time Warner’s fiscal fourth quarter. A weaker film slate at its studio, Warner Bros., contributed to a mixed quarter at the media conglomerate, which saw its revenues fall 6% to $7.1 billion. That missed Wall Street’s... Continue reading
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Box office bombs like “Pan” and “In the Heart of the Sea” weighed down Time Warner’s fiscal fourth quarter. A weaker film slate at its studio, Warner Bros., contributed to a mixed quarter at the media conglomerate, which saw its revenues fall 6% to $7.1 billion. That missed Wall Street’s... Continue reading
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Box office bombs like “Pan” and “In the Heart of the Sea” weighed down Time Warner’s fiscal fourth quarter. A weaker film slate at its studio, Warner Bros., contributed to a mixed quarter at the media conglomerate, which saw its... Continue reading
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