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Kansas Man Indicted For Movie Fraud Scheme

7 mins ago - Federal prosecutors say they have indicted a Derby man who created dozens of false identities so he could buy discounted DVD and Blue-ray movies and then resell them.

Kansas Man Sentenced In Fatal Police Chase

Posted: 12:42 PM - A Kansas City, Kansas, man was sentenced to more than 22 years and five months in prison for second-degree murder and other crimes arising from a fatal accident while he was fleeing from police.

Kansas Lawmaker Joe Edward Dies

Posted: 9:47 AM - Kansas House Speaker Ray Merrick of Stillwell announced Wednesday that Rep. Joe Edwards of Haysville died late Tuesday of a suspected heart attack.

Controversy Over Closed School In SE Kansas

Posted: 9:36 AM - Controversy over the future of a closed school in southeast Kansas continues to brew. The Southeast School District is offering to lease a former elementary school in McCune to the city for $1 a year.
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In New York, Babysitting Comes At A Price

Posted: 08/19/2014 - Sitters Studio is a a high dollar babysitting company that charges $25 an hour per child. The experience is highly unique for the child who paints, does homework and enjoys dinner. Parents also get a report card at the end of the night.

Rick Perry Turns Himself In For Mug Shot

Updated: 08/19/2014 - Gov. Rick Perry, R-Texas, turned himself in Tuesday afternoon to be booked and have his mug shot taken at the Travis County Justice Center.

Kansas Lawmaker Joe Edward Dies

Posted: 9:47 AM - Kansas House Speaker Ray Merrick of Stillwell announced Wednesday that Rep. Joe Edwards of Haysville died late Tuesday of a suspected heart attack.

Controversy Over Closed School In SE Kansas

Posted: 9:36 AM - Controversy over the future of a closed school in southeast Kansas continues to brew. The Southeast School District is offering to lease a former elementary school in McCune to the city for $1 a year.

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