Law enforcement wives share fears, pride

The risks associated with being a law enforcement officer are always in the backs of their loved ones' minds. Three wives share their perspectives on how their fears have changed in light of recent national tensions.

Voters have gathered to see a slew of state House and Senate members explain why they deserve a chair at the Statehouse this fall.

Over a hundred people turned out in Salina to express frustration with KanCare- the state’s Medicaid system, providing care for people who are elderly, disabled or poor.

Candidates are spending big to earn your vote ahead of the August 2nd primary election.

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Kentucky teens find 54-inch rattlesnake

Dr. Tiffany Anderson meets some of USD 501's finest

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The Race for DA: Candidate Mike Kagay

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Updates from the 2016 Democratic National Convention

Transgender school bathrooms still debated in Kansas town

Three now in jail for shooting death last weekend

Stepfather charged with attempted murder for abandoning child in Lawrence trash bin

Surveillance video catch confrontation, chokehold prior to Okla. inmate's death

Kansas' credit rating takes another hit; budget woes blames

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Packers WR Jordy Nelson says he had "hiccup" with left knee

Eric Berry not expected at Chiefs training camp

Clinton steps into history as 1st woman White House nominee

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