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Associated Press Friday, November 17th

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Tennis pro and Blue Valley North High School alumnus Jack Sock (File photo)
Greg Echlin Friday, November 17th

Tennis pro and Kansas City area native Jack Sock continues to do well at the ATP World Tour Finals in London.  

Kansas News Service Thursday, November 16th

Dan Barwick, president of Independence Community College, cautioned the Board that the federal tax overhaul could make community college much more expensive for Kansas students. 

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Associated Press Thursday, November 16th

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Kansas Republican Congressman Kevin Yoder
Kansas News Service Wednesday, November 15th

Last week's legislative elections in Virginia show that Republican Kevin Yoder could face a real challenge in hanging on to his Congressional seat.

Harvest Public Media Wednesday, November 15th

The rule requires large livestock farms to report high levels of two types of emissions, beginning today (WED).  

 Kansas Education Commissioner Randy Watson outlined a plan Tuesday that would allow more schools to hire educators who haven't qualified for teaching licenses. The proposal aims to help districts that struggle to find enough teachers.  (File photo / Kansas News Service)
Kansas News Service Wednesday, November 15th

Should Kansas schools be allowed to hire instructors who don't qualify for traditional teaching licenses?  The state's top education official says yes.

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Associated Press Wednesday, November 15th

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Kansas News Service Tuesday, November 14th

The ACLU says any disciplinary action against Rasool Samir for continuing to shoot baskets while the national anthem was played would violate his First Amendment rights. 

Willie the Wildcat, the old school version of the mascot for Kansas State University
Associated Press Tuesday, November 14th

Students at Kansas State University, as well as residents of Manhattan, are rallying against racism at a campus event this afternoon.

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