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  2. Kansas City Star

    'Hungering for goodness and justice': Mourners gather in KCK to honor slain deputies
    Kansas City Star
    For a moment, the last words of Amazing Grace didn't come. In an aching silence, the family members of slain Wyandotte County Deputies Theresa King and Patrick Rohrer in the front rows of a candlelight vigil Sunday night wrapped their arms together ...
    Funeral information released for two fallen Wyandotte deputiesWIBW
    Funeral arrangements announced for slain deputiesWyandotte Daily
    Second sheriff's deputy dies following shooting in KansasCBS News
    Washington Post -The Mercury News
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  3. KUsports

    KU coach Bill Self eager to see commitment level of trio of transfers...
    Now that Kansas basketball coach Bill Self has finished leading Team USA to a gold medal at the U18 FIBA Americas tournament, he can turn his attention back ...

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  4. The Topeka Capital-Journal

    Knowing rules keeps Topeka pet owners out of doghouse
    The Topeka Capital-Journal
    No matter our age, background or philosophy of life, nearly everyone loves some type of animal. Whether a tiny dog, an enormous cat or a scaly lizard, pets complete the lives of many Topeka residents. But what are the rules and regulations for those ...

  5. The Topeka Capital-Journal

    Former Topeka Moose Lodge to be event space
    The Topeka Capital-Journal
    But the Hayden High School alum said he's working with his wife, Tina Albright, and building owner Adam Moser to turn the Moose Lodge at 1901 N. Kansas Avenue into a reasonably-priced event center featuring a “rustic, old-time” character, which people ...

  6. Former KU guard Elijah Johnson taking his new 'Too Strong Tour' across Kansas
    When Elijah Johnson began contemplating his summer plans while playing in Israel this past season for Galil Gilboa, the former University of Kansas guard thought he wanted to include some form of a youth basketball camp in his off-season calendar.

  7. The Topeka Capital-Journal

    Think Topeka has a parking problem? Take a hike
    The Topeka Capital-Journal
    City officials armed with data about open spaces reject the perception that downtown Topeka has a parking problem. As more people look to downtown for entertainment, shopping and restaurants, the city plans to modernize meters, make it easier to locate ...

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  8. Kansas City Star

    Staff layoffs, tuition hikes: Faculty airs concerns over KU's budget cuts
    Kansas City Star
    The upcoming budget cuts at the University of Kansas will prevent the school from facing a deficit of about $87 million by fiscal year 2023, interim provost Carl ...
    Is KU's construction boom coming back to haunt its budget?Lawrence Journal-World

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  9. Emporia Gazette

    Wichita Residents Debate for Neighborhood Pool
    U.S. News & World Report
    Wichita City Council has voted to put off a decision on where to put a new swimming pool in the northeast part of the city. June 17, 2018, at 4:13 p.m.. Wichita Residents Debate for Neighborhood Pool. Share. ×. Share on Facebook · Post on Twitter.
    Wichita residents debate for neighborhood pool | The Seattle TimesSeattle Times

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  10. The Garden City Telegram

    Kansas farmers fear trade battle
    The Garden City Telegram
    (TNS) — Tariffs on crops would put some Kansas farmers out of business, one producer warned Friday after China threatened retaliation against President Donald Trump's trade policy. Prices on commodities already are low. Farmers are operating on ...

  11. KWCH

    McPherson Man Collects 'Cans 4 Kansas Honor Flights'
    Honoring our nation's veterans is something Warren Vincent of McPherson has always been passionate about. "My slogan is 'I never served, but I'm serving those that did'," he explained. Seven years ago, he wanted to do more by collecting aluminum cans.