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    Here's a summary of KPR's ad-free headlines: Officials confirm two tornadoes touched down Sunday in western Kansas... advocates seek clemency for a woman convicted of killing a Lawrence businessman with whom she lived... Kansas Senator Jerry Moran worries about the possible sale of Spirit Aerosystems in Wichita and... a Wyandotte County Democrat runs for an open Kansas congressional seat. Those headlines and more, inside.
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    A stormy Sunday drove winds up to 100 mph, damaging homes, trees and power lines in parts of Kansas... a southeast Kansas high school senior drowns within hours of graduating... it could be another tough year for winter wheat farmers... and nearly a half million Kansans are expected to hit the road for the upcoming Memorial Day holiday weekend. Those headlines and more, inside.
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  • Cyberattack disrupts Ascension hospitals... officials break ground on a new biomedical campus in Wichita... it's the end of the line for the Chevy Malibu in KCK... a Utah company accused of deceptive business practices will pay Kansas half-a-million dollars... and the Northern Lights may be visible in Kansas Friday and Saturday. Learn more, inside.
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  • A deadly Tornado tears through a small Oklahoma town north of Tulsa while another suspected tornado touches down south of Manhattan... cyberattacks disrupt computer system in Kansas and Wichita... authorities offer a $10,000 reward for information about a homicide in Augusta... and the Speaker of the Kansas House urges the governor to sign bipartisan tax relief legislation. These headlines and more, inside.
  • Forecasters expect severe storms to roll across Oklahoma, Kansas and maybe even into Missouri. That story and other headlines can be found inside. If you enjoy reading this ad-free summary of area news, please consider becoming a KPR listener-member. It's easy and highly affordable - because you set the price!
  • Pro-Palestinian protesters at the University of Kansas continued their demonstration after setting up an encampment Wednesday... Kansas tax collections come in above estimates in April... and a federal prison in Leavenworth has reopened visitation for family and friends after a nearly two-month lock-down. Those stories and more, inside.
  • Pro-Palestinian protesters at the University of Kansas have set up an encampment to demand the school halt investments with companies that have ties to Israel…the Douglas County Commission has adopted revised rules for wind energy projects…and the clean-up continues after an EF3 tornado slammed a small town in northeast Kansas. Those stories and more inside.
  • One person died when a tornado ripped through a small town in Pottawatomie County Tuesday .... Kansas lawmakers adjourned their legislative session after passing a major tax cut package, but Governor Laura Kelly is vowing to veto the plan…..and Kansas lawmakers also failed to override the governor's veto of a proposed ban on gender-affirming care for transgender minors... Those stories and more inside.