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Updated: $formattedDate - Local artists battling mental health issues, are using their art to break the stigma.
Updated: $formattedDate - One woman's act of courage sixty-years ago is inspiring generations today.
Updated: $formattedDate - Miss Butler's third grade class was the first in USD 501 to take part in the American Red Cross's Pillowcase Project.
Posted: $formattedDate - Native American drummers from the Standing Bear Society and Cavalry soldiers from Fort Riley kicked off Silver Lake Heritage Day at Silver Lake Grade School.
Updated: $formattedDate - A Topeka man has been sentenced in the shooting death of a teen last year in central Topeka.
Posted: $formattedDate - A major financial rating agency describes Kansas' new school funding law as "negative" for its credit and says it is stressing some local districts.
Posted: $formattedDate - A container ship whose crew includes 28 Americans is missing near the eye of Hurricane Joaquin as the sprawling storm readies to send possibly historic flooding to the U.S. East Coast this weekend.
Posted: $formattedDate - I'm not sure if anything says Spring quite like this video that was shot in suburban Sydney.
Updated: $formattedDate - On Friday, prosecutors dismissed the remaining charges against a former Topeka City Councilman accused of drunk driving. They could still refile them, though.
Posted: $formattedDate - The lawsuit alleges that Case Pork Roll Co. President Thomas Dolan complained about the side effects and told Rich Clem to work from home because he made the office smell. His wife also worked there.
Posted: $formattedDate - A key federal program designed to cushion health insurers' risks in the Obamacare exchanges has a massive shortfall, which could throw some insurers into financial turmoil.
Updated: $formattedDate - The state's new Commissioner of Education says schools need to become more focused on the student, not the system.
Posted: $formattedDate - Senior U.S. officials say a Defense Department team will be visiting a state and a federal prison in Colorado to assess their possible use to house detainees from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Updated: $formattedDate - A preliminary hearing on Friday ended with Maria Ortiz over on two felony counts of child abuse, plus misdemeanor battery and a fourth count prosecutors added - making false information.
Posted: $formattedDate - A Wichita attorney has announced plans to challenge Congressman Mike Pompeo next year.
Updated: $formattedDate - Hundreds of state workers have been shuffled into news positions at the Kansas Department of Health and Environment and other agencies.
Posted: $formattedDate - There's no sugarcoating it. The September jobs report was not good. And it's adding to the considerable amount of confusion that investors have about the global economy and financial markets.
Updated: $formattedDate - A Nebraska 13-year-old was violently attacked on her school bus, and the incident was all captured on video.
Updated: $formattedDate - A Berryton woman is identified as the person killed in a wreck that shut down Highway 75 north of Topeka on Friday. The crash happened just after 8:00 a.m. at 134th Road, near Hoyt.
Updated: $formattedDate - The federal government claimed that the U.S. economy added 142,000 jobs in September and the jobs created in July and August were revised down. The unemployment rate stayed at 5.1%.
Updated: $formattedDate - A car versus pedestrian collision has been reported at 8th and Western injured a 15 year-old Topeka High student and sent her to a local hospital for a checkup.
Posted: $formattedDate - The U.S. Geological Survey says the Equus Beds aquifer is recovering thanks to Wichita's water conservation efforts.