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Kansas Counties Brace For Loss Of Mortgage Fees

Posted: 05/15/2014 - Gov. Sam Brownback says phasing out the Kansas mortgage registration fee will help the state's economy grow, but counties fear they'll be forced to boost property taxes to make up the lost revenue.

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Tight Supplies Spur Layoffs At Kansas Slaughterhouse

Posted: 05/15/2014 - Cargill Beef says it is trimming its workforce at its Dodge City slaughterhouse because of tight beef supplies as the nation's cattle herd begins to rebuild from drought conditions.

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Scam Warning: Beware Of New Loan Scheme

Updated: 05/15/2014 - The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers of a scam where phony lenders are making false promises to borrowers in exchange for upfront fees.

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Worker Hit By Driver On K-68

Updated: 05/15/2014 - A road worker was hit by a passing vehicle while on the job Thursday morning near Ottawa.

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Topeka Pushes Effort To Increase Bike Use

Posted: 05/15/2014 - The kick stands are up and City Manager Jim Colson will lead a group on a four-mile bicycle ride through Topeka. The ride with the City Manager is in celebration of "Bike To Work Week" which ends Friday.

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Salina Student Accused Of Making Bomb Threats

Posted: 05/15/2014 - A Kansas high school student is accused of leaving a note claiming bombs had been placed at two schools, but police have determined there was no danger to the district.

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Topekan And Coaching Legend Honored

Updated: 05/15/2014 - Coaching legend and Topeka High graduate, Dean Smith, was honored Thursday morning in a special ceremony.

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Kansas Universities Seek Tuition, Fee Increases

Posted: 05/15/2014 - All six state universities in Kansas have asked the Board of Regents to increase tuition and fees for theincoming freshman class, with a 3.4 percent increase for the University of Kansas among the most moderate.

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Attorney Says Client Devised Defense Strategy

Updated: 05/15/2014 - A northeast Kansas attorney facing disciplinary action for how he represented a man in a capital murder case says he is being punished for using a trial tragedy developed and advocated by his client.

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Kansas To Increase Sentences For Some Murders

Posted: 05/14/2014 - Gov. Sam Brownback announced Wednesday that he signed a bill this week to make the so-called ``Hard 50'' the presumed sentence for premeditated first-degree murder. The provision will apply to killings committed after June.

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Burglar Hits 19 Hutchinson Businesses

Posted: 05/14/2014 - Police in Hutchinson are looking for a man who burglarized 19 downtown businesses during an overnight crime spree.

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