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February Hot Jobs, On 13 News at 4

Posted: 02/10/2014 - The weather's going to warm up soon to get your job search going; we have these suggestions from Kansas Works.

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Agency Says state Slow to Turn Over Tobacco Data

Posted: 02/10/2014 - A Kansas nonprofit agency says it has spent 10 months and $5,000 trying to get the state attorney general's office to provide information related to a settlement with tobacco companies.

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Miss Kansas Bags Buck During Bow Hunt

Posted: 02/10/2014 - Miss Kansas traded evening gowns for camouflage when she went out on a deer bow hunt this winter in southeast Kansas.

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Dentists Speak Out As Fluoride Bill Nears Hearing

Posted: 02/10/2014 - Oral health advocates in Kansas are pushing back against an effort to require cities that put fluoride in their water supplies to notify citizens that fluoride lowers the IQ in children.

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Modern Day Buffalo Soldier Preserves History

Updated: 02/10/2014 - Eddie Harrison served his country for more than three decades in the army and reserve units. While in the Army, he was stationed at Ft. Riley, Kansas, one of the Buffalo Soldier camps of early days.

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Kansas Attorney General Vetted Ag Department's Move

Posted: 02/10/2014 - Acting Kansas Agriculture Secretary Jackie McClaskey says the attorney general's office vetted her department's plans to move more than 100 employees to Manhattan from the state capital of Topeka.

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Kansas Recycling Up To About 34 Percent

Posted: 02/10/2014 - The Kansas Department of Health and Environment says the state's recycling rate has risen from about 18 percent in 2005 to 34 percent in 2013.

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Flint Hills Discovery Center Hosts K-State Day

Posted: 02/10/2014 - While it may be basketball season, K-State fans got a big taste of football on Saturday at the Flint Hills Discovery Center as both current and former players were on hand to experience the football exhibit.

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New Regulation Could Lead To All Teachers Being Fingerprinted

Updated: 02/10/2014 - The Kansas State Board of Education is expected to receive a draft regulation this week that eventually could lead to all teachers in the state being forced to submit fingerprint cards and undergo background checks when renewing their licenses.

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