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  • That mysterious virus that killed Kansas man? Never seen before: CDC
    That mysterious virus that killed Kansas man? Never seen before: CDC
    Health officials investigating the death of a Kansas man who contracted a mysterious virus and died last year have the answer to what killed the man: a heretofore unknown pathogen. Health officials at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in...
  • Governor Sam Brownback
    Kansas Governor Sam Brownback legalizes discrimination
    Governor Sam Brownback decided on Tuesday that discrimination against LGBTQ peoples should be legal in his home state of Kansas. Not only that, but he decided to make the move unilaterally, using an executive order to bypass the legislature. In...
  • Kansas Governor rescinds gay discrimination ban, LGBT workers rights threatened
    Kansas Governor rescinds gay discrimination ban, LGBT workers rights threatened
    Kansas will no longer protect the rights of LGBT state workers. Republican Gov. Sam Brownback rescinded a ban on gay discrimination in the workplace. Gays, lesbians, bisexual and transgender employees may now legally be denied employment or fired...
  • Tick-ing time bomb, CDC investigates new disease that killed Kansas man
    Tick-ing time bomb: CDC investigates new disease that killed Kansas man
    The CDC is now investigating a previously unknown tick-borne disease responsible for the death of John Seested of Fort Scott, Kansas. Although Seested suffered multiple organ failure after being bitten by a tick, stanadard tick-borne sickness...
  • Influenza-Like Illness Increased 25.9%
    Influenza-Like Illness Increased 25.9%
    Influenza-like illness is above the national baseline for the fourth consecutive week. H3N2 is the strain of the influenza that's currently making the rounds. The highest hospitalization rates are among people 65 years and older (23.6 per 100...
  • Today in Rock: November 29
    Today in Rock: November 29
    Today in music history:There were several significant events on this day between the years 1951 and 2001.On this day in 1951 Barry Goudreau, future musician and original guitarist for Boston, is born in Boston, Massachusetts.On this day 1959 Bobby...
  • Gay marriage: Justice Sonia Sotomayor temporarily halts gay marriage in Kansas
    Gay marriage: Justice Sonia Sotomayor temporarily halts gay nuptials in Kansas
    Same-sex marriage has been put on hold in the state of Kansas. Just a week after a federal judge struck down the state’s gay marriage ban as unconstitutional, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor issued an order on Monday temporarily...
  • Gay marriage: Federal judge orders Kansas to allow same-sex marriages
    Gay marriage: Federal judge orders Kansas to allow same-sex marriages
    Marriage equality has come to the Midwestern state of Kansas on Tuesday after a federal judge ruled in favor of gay marriage and declared the state’s voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage as unconstitutional. With the ruling, gay marriages...
  • Robert's - Orman election offer a real choice
    Robert's - Orman election offer a real choice
    Midterm elections are tomorrow. Your vote is extremely important if you think the political stalemates in this country and in Kansas need to be broken or not. Party politics are about power and the ability to govern for advantage and benefiting a...
  • Former U.S. Sen. Bob Dole of Kansas is assisted to the stage during a rally for U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS)
    In effect Kansas senate candidate Greg Orman calls Bob Dole a 'clown'
    According to a Saturday story in the Washington Examiner, Greg Orman, the self-described “independent” is being accused by his Republican rival of, in effect, calling former senator and presidential candidate Bob Dole a “clown....
  • Plane crash
    Four die in Kansas plane crash
    Four people were killed and five were seriously injured when a small plane crashed into a building at an airport in Wichita, Kan., Oct. 30.In addition, four of the 100 or so people who were inside the building at the time of the crash remain...
  • PHOTOS - Red Carpet 2014 Georgia Music Hall of Fame
    PHOTOS - Red Carpet 2014 Georgia Music Hall of Fame
    Saturday night in HOT LANTA were the 2014 36th Annual Georgia Music Hall of Fame Awards.This amazing honorhasbeen given to some of the greatest legends in our great state. And Saturday night it inducted even MORE ... Lady Antebellum; Jeff...
  • Sometimes the track wins
    Sometimes the track wins
    Kansas Speedway is a wide, smooth, fast racetrack. The weather was cool the skies were clear. It looked like a perfect day for a great race. Regan Smith had reason to go into the race with some doubts since he had to start the rear in a back-up...
  • Zombie apocalypse preparedness: Kansas readies itself for the undead in October
    Zombie apocalypse preparedness: Kansas readies itself for the undead in October
    Worried about the coming "Zombie Apocalypse?" Want to know what to do about it? Well, besides attempting to get all the helpful hints from "World War Z" and "The Walking Dead" that you can, you can head out to Kansas,...
  • Sex toy auction
    Kansas forces auction of sex toys to pay off debt
    United Outlets LLC, also known as Bang, will have to auction off their inventory of sex items in order to pay off over $160,000 in back taxes, according to reports today. It seems that no matter how good you are at aiding people in that department...