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With Final United Departure, MTAA Looks Ahead

Updated: 7:34 PM - United's twice-daily flights between Topeka and Chicago had their final departure Tuesday afternoon. The service launched just eight months ago and MTTA officials plan to study what led to the demise.
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Trial Set For BP Shooting Suspect

Posted: 4:54 PM - A judge ordered Daniel Cregut to stand trial on charges that include attempted murder, aggravated assault, and kidnapping during a preliminary hearing on Tuesday.

Cedar Vale Tornado Caught On Tape

Posted: 6:56 PM - The National Weather Service said a tornado was confirmed near Cedar Vale, Kansas, on Monday night. It also cited hail the size of ping pong balls.
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Respiratory Illness Hits Hundreds Of KC-Area Kids

Posted: 3:03 PM - A Kansas City pediatric hospital has treated hundreds of young children for a respiratory illness that has symptoms similar to a common cold that more typically is seen during winter months.

Davis Claims Kansas School Cuts If Brownback Wins

Posted: 3:00 PM - Democratic challenger Paul Davis predicts that funding for Kansas public schools will be cut if Republican Gov. Sam Brownback wins re-election, but Davis is not outlining a specific education plan.

New Plea Coming In Adoption Scam Case

Posted: 5:06 PM - A woman accused of pretending to be pregnant to scam prospective adoptive parents in Kansas and elsewhere has notified the court she intends to change her plea.

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Russian Bank Offers Cat With Mortgage

Updated: 09/01/2014 - Russia's biggest bank, Sberbank is offering to deliver cats to the doorsteps of new mortgage clients as part of a quirky promotional campaign.

Davis Claims Kansas School Cuts If Brownback Wins

Posted: 3:00 PM - Democratic challenger Paul Davis predicts that funding for Kansas public schools will be cut if Republican Gov. Sam Brownback wins re-election, but Davis is not outlining a specific education plan.

Respiratory Illness Hits Hundreds Of KC-Area Kids

Posted: 3:03 PM - A Kansas City pediatric hospital has treated hundreds of young children for a respiratory illness that has symptoms similar to a common cold that more typically is seen during winter months.

Who's Most At Risk For Color Blindness?

Posted: 08/27/2014 - Color blindness has long been known to be more common in boys, but researchers now found that race and ethnicity also figure into one's risk for developing the disorder.

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