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Harvest Public Media Thursday, November 23rd

The Trump administration is trying to renegotiate parts of the North American Free Trade Agreement, and some senators want to know just how much that could cost the U.S. agriculture industry.

Kansas News Service Thursday, November 23rd

Officials hope the event will encourage more people to visit and use the state’s 26 parks.

Here's a look at area headlines from the Associated Press
Associated Press Thursday, November 23rd

Kansas Lieutenant Governor Jeff Colyer is making increasingly high level decisions as Governor Sam Brownback continues to wait for the U.S. Senate to confirm his nomination as ambassador at large for international religious freedom in the Trump administration.

Kansas Senator Jerry Moran (file photo/Associated Press)
Kansas News Service Wednesday, November 22nd

More than 100 people turned out in Marshall County to talk taxes with the Republican senator. 

Here's a look at area headlines from the Associated Press
Associated Press Wednesday, November 22nd

Lieutenant Governor Jeff Colyer has selected the director of the Children's Shelter in Lawrence to lead the troubled Kansas Department for Children and Families.

KU Football Coach David Beaty (File photo from KU Athletics)
Greg Echlin Wednesday, November 22nd

Kansas Public Radio blew it.  Our sports reporter Greg Echlin inadvertently, yet erroneously, reported that KU Football Coach David Beaty knew, in advance, about his players' plan to refrain from shaking hands with Oklahoma players before last Saturday's game.  That is not true.  KPR regrets the error and apologizes to Coach Beaty.  

J. Schafer Wednesday, November 22nd

About 1.6 million more Americans are traveling this Thanksgiving holiday weekend than last year.  And the last time the volume of Thanksgiving holiday travelers was higher was in 2005. 

Kansas Corporation Commission members, from left, Shari Albrecht, Pat Apple and Jay Emler announced an investigation Tuesday of oil wastewater well permits issued since late 2008. (photo credit: Madeline Fox, Kansas News Service)
Kansas News Service Tuesday, November 21st

The Kansas Corporation Commission is looking into years of wastewater well permits granted to oil and gas companies.

Here's a look at area headlines from the Associated Press
Associated Press Tuesday, November 21st

Tyson Foods has announced that it will build a $300 million dollar chicken processing plant in Tennessee after northeast Kansas residents rejected a similar project.in September.

Kansas State University in Manhattan has become a top choice for gay students.  KSU is the 45th friendliest campus for LGBTQ students, according to CollegeChoice.net.
Kansas News Service Tuesday, November 21st

Nearly all college campuses strive to create an inclusive environment.  When it comes to Kansas universities that create a welcoming environment for the LGBTQ community, Kansas State University gets high marks. 

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