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Question Of When Deadly Force Can Be Used Generates Comments

Updated: 04/27/2011 - A botched burglary that we first reported yesterday, has many up in arms. Comments on our website about a Sumner County homeowner arrested after shooting men he caught on his property have reached record numbers.

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Anonymous Donor Saves Summer Horse Program

Updated: 04/23/2011 - An anonymous donor heard about the organization's need on television, and made a donation that will sustain the program through the summer. The horses are a centerpiece of the Flint Hills Therapeutic Riding Center's programs.

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State Budget Cuts Could Affect Kansas' Most Vulnerable

Updated: 04/20/2011 - State lawmakers head back to Topeka next week. One of their top priorities is to hammer out the final budget plan. Unless big changes are made in the state's budget battle, some of Kansas' most vulnerable may suffer some of the cuts.

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Giant Statue Making A World Tour Of Peace

Updated: 04/15/2011 - For two years, the "Jade Buddha for Universal Peace" has made stops in major cities across North America and Europe. On Friday, it made a stop in Wichita.

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Kansas Winds Causing Baby Owls To Fall

Updated: 04/09/2011 - Strong winds have caused some baby owls to fall out of their nests and rescuers say it's a common problem during these months in Kansas.

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Hutchinson Teen Nearly Dies From Potpourri

Updated: 03/18/2011 - A 15-year-old collapsed in the middle of the street on Thursday after taking one puff of the synthetic marijuana, commonly known as potpourri.

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New Website Announced For Kan. Office Of Repealer

Posted: 03/18/2011 - Kansas Governor Sam Brownback announced today the launching of a new website that allows Kansans to submit their ideas on laws or regulations they believe should be considered for repeal,

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Group Raises Awareness On Developmental Disabilities Funding

Updated: 03/11/2011 - Hundreds of families could be affect if the governor's 2012 budget is approved, eliminating the remaining $3.5 million in state grants for day and residential services for Kansans living with developmental disabilities.

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Japan Earthquake Makes Local Impact

Updated: 05/02/2011 - The disaster in the Pacific is even making an impact in Kansas, with local families waiting to hear from loved ones, and disaster relief bracing to respond.

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