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KFDIKansas police wrangle massive boa constrictor found slithering on home
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — A United States Postal Service worker discovered a massive snake Friday while delivering the mail in Overland Park, Kansas. It's unclear when the red tail boa constrictor slithered onto the home in the Pinehurst neighborhood.
Kan. postal worker gets big surprise: Snake on the mailbox
Neither rain nor sleet nor slithering serpent: Mail carrier gets big surprise in OP
Kansas City Star
A mailbox python: Overland Park mailman skipped this home (for some reason)
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KSN-TVLove Your Community founder: '...we are together and as Wichita we are one'
WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) - A day-long event brought hundreds of Wichitans together and they were able to connect and have fun outside. But the organizer says it does more than just provide a space to have fun. The third annual Love Your Community event ...
Two killed in north Wichita shooting | The Wichita Eagle
Family identifies 1 of 2 men killed in N. Wichita shooting - KWCH
Police: 2 Men Killed in Overnight Shooting in North Wichita
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In Topeka schools, social workers provide support to students, families - The Topeka Capital-Journal
The Topeka Capital-JournalIn Topeka schools, social workers provide support to students, families
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Jaylyn Beaty knew she wanted to be a social worker from the time she was 10 years old. At the time, she was a foster child in Philadelphia, and a social worker at the hospice where her father died impacted the rest of her life. She went on to get her ...
KWCHSunny today, storms on the way tonight
Sunshine will dominate the central and eastern parts of Kansas today with light winds and high temperatures reaching the upper 80s and low 90s. Storms are possible during the late afternoon across western Kansas. High pressure over Iowa controls the ...
Sunshine with highs in upper-80s on Friday in Topeka area
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Hays Daily NewsKids choose the outdoor life for a day
Hays Daily News
By 10 a.m. Saturday, 6-year old Gunner Clapp already had accomplished quite a bit at the archery station of the Youth Outdoor Festival at the Hays City Sportsman's Club. “I did shoot a deer, a big round thing, and a goose,” Gunner said, nodding to the ...
Pratt TribuneDeaton in the news again
Alex Deaton, who shot a Kwik Shop clerk and stole his car in Pratt in 2017, has pled guilty to murder, a drive by shooting and auto theft in Rankin County, Mississippi. Editors note: Information in this story came from Tom Hill of the Rankin County ...
Kansas State volleyball wraps up preseason
Kansas State's volleyball team finished the preseason by dropping three of four sets in an exhibition with No. 13 Creighton in Omaha, Nebraska, on Friday. Wildcats outside hitter Kylee Zumach led all players with 18 kills, including six in the final ...
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U.S. News & World ReportWashburn Professor: Langston Hughes Was Year Older
U.S. News & World Report
A professor in Kansas says that poet Langston Hughes may have been born a year earlier that what's on record. Aug. 18, 2018, at 11:21 a.m.. Washburn Professor: Langston Hughes Was Year Older. Share. ×. Share on Facebook · Post on Twitter.
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Kansas City StarSunrise Christian Academy senior Malik Hall cuts list to five: KU, Missouri out
Kansas City Star
Basketball player Malik Hall, a 6-foot-8 senior small forward from Sunrise Christian Academy in Bel Aire, Kan., on Saturday cut his recruiting list to Oklahoma, Texas, Michigan State, Purdue and Oregon. He made the announcement on Twitter. Hall — who ...
Laura Kelly asks seniors to help her keep Kris Kobach from Kansas governor's office - The Topeka Capital-Journal
The Topeka Capital-JournalLaura Kelly asks seniors to help her keep Kris Kobach from Kansas governor's office
The Topeka Capital-Journal
Kansas Sen. Laura Kelly touted her ability to leverage relationships across party lines, revealed her feminist roots and promised the state pension system will remain viable while fielding questions from seniors Friday in Topeka. The Democrat was a ...
Independent Greg Orman qualifies for November ballot for Kansas governor's race
Kansas independent candidate wants to lure votes from Kobach
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