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Why Lego's First Female Scientist Kit Is Selling Out

Posted: 08/07/2014 - Several months after Charlotte wrote her plea, the toymaker has come out with its first minifigure set featuring scientists who are also women, designed by geoscientist Ellen Kooijman.

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Tulsa Kids Return To 4-Day School Week

Posted: 08/07/2014 - Students in one district will be on a new schedule, with longer days Monday through Thursday, and Friday's off. But the idea in Copan in Washington County didn't start as a money saving idea.

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Car Crashes Into Olathe Golden Corral

Posted: 08/07/2014 - A driver is unhurt but 78-year-old man suffered a minor injury when a car crashed through the wall of a northeast Kansas restaurant.

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Another WIBW Baby On The Way!

Posted: 08/07/2014 - MomsEveryday host Amanda Lanum shared a big announcement on the show Thursday afternoon; she and husband, Tanner, are expecting their second child!

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Topeka Pools Prepare To End Season

Posted: 08/07/2014 - Shawnee County Parks and Rec has confirmed that Topeka area pools will either close or reduce hours beginning this Sunday.

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Hackers Put Data Of U.S. Government Workers At Risk

Posted: 08/07/2014 - USIS, a major contractor providing background checks for the U.S. government, said Wednesday that hackers suspected to be working for a foreign government breached its computer systems.

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Two Shot In Wichita Parking Lot

Posted: 08/07/2014 - Wichita Wichita Police are investigating a shooting at a parking lot near 600 West. 21st Street that happened Wednesday night.

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New NCAA Model Gives Autonomy To Power 5 Conferences

Posted: 08/07/2014 - As expected Thursday, the NCAA Division I Board of Directors passed a new model giving the five major conferences authority to create some of their own legislation and voting rights for athletes.

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Little Impact In Kansas From Russia Food Sanctions

Posted: 08/07/2014 - Russia's ban on U.S. food imports has raised questions about what impact may be felt in farm country. But in Kansas, growers have already learned to live without a Russian market.

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Hutchinson Salt Museum Seeking Higher Attendance

Posted: 08/07/2014 - Officials with a salt museum in Hutchinson admit attendance hasn't been as high as expected but they say they are always looking for new ways to draw people in.

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Poll: Kansas Only State With Big Uninsured Jump

Posted: 08/07/2014 - A new Gallup poll shows Kansas is the only state in the nation to see a significant increase in its uninsured rate this year, while states that adopted parts of the Affordable Care Act have seen the largest declines.

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Pittsburg To Decide On Accepting Grant for trail

Posted: 08/07/2014 - Pittsburg officials will decide next week if they will accept a state transportation department grant worth more than $650,000 to build a proposed trail that has drawn opposition.

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New Wichita Airport Terminal To Open In 2015

Posted: 08/07/2014 - Wichita's new airport terminal is on schedule to open next spring. Airport officials say construction began on the new building in October 2012 and the building is three-fourths complete.

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