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New Ag Dept. Facility Opens In Manhattan

Updated: 06/16/2014 - The address already dons the letterhead at the Kansas Dept. of Agriculture as it prepares for its 56-mile move from the state capital to Manhattan.

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Rain Slows Winter Wheat Harvest

Posted: 06/16/2014 - The National Agricultural Statistics Service reported Monday that about 2 percent of the crop has been cut. That is better than last year, but well behind the 19 percent average for mid-June.

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Kansas GOP Seeks Ethics Claim Against Schodorf

Updated: 06/16/2014 - The Kansas Republican Party is accusing the presumed Democratic nominee for secretary of state of illegally soliciting campaign contributions from lobbyists through a campaign Facebook page.

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2 Earthquakes Shake OKC Area

Updated: 06/16/2014 - Residents in the Oklahoma City area were jolted awake by back-to-back earthquakes Monday morning. There are no immediate reports of damage or injuries.

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Fort Riley Soldier Jailed After Police Standoff

Updated: 06/16/2014 - A Fort Riley soldier faces multiple charges following a long standoff with officers from several law enforcement agencies over the weekend, according to the Junction City Police Dept

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Missing Sedgwick County Man Found Safe

Updated: 06/16/2014 - The sheriff says in a news release that 30-year-old Adam C. Fahrenbruch was found Monday morning in Wichita. He was reported missing Sunday after he had not contacted family since leaving his job in Lawrence Friday afternoon.

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Hutchinson To Be Called Smallville For 2 Days

Posted: 06/16/2014 - Hutchinson will kick off its Smallville Festival this Thursday and officially change its name to Smallville Saturday and Sunday. The celebration grew from the June induction of Superman into the Kansas Hall of Fame.

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Washburn University Planning $30 Million Residence Hall

Updated: 06/17/2014 - Washburn University plans to build a 350-bed residence hall on the east side of its Topeka campus to end waiting lists for housing and ease congestion in its student union dining hall.

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Drone Enthusiasts Say FAA Needs To Update Policies

Posted: 06/15/2014 - Interest in flying remote-controlled drones is growing in Kansas, where enthusiasts say it's time for the Federal Aviation Administration to update its policies to accommodate what they believe is a revolutionary and profitable technology.

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Farmland Prices Remain Stable In June

Posted: 06/15/2014 - Stable farm income and a relatively small number of farms on the market left farmland prices in Kansas largely unchanged, contrary to concerns that an agriculture bubble could be deflated.

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High School's Home-Building Programs Gains Interest

Posted: 06/15/2014 - The work of some northeast Kansas high school students has gotten the attention of a developer and at least one family that wants to buy houses built by their school's construction tech class.

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Topeka Homicide Victim Identified; Search For Suspect Continues

Updated: 06/16/2014 - The victim of last Friday's shooting death in southeast Topeka was identified as 26 year-old Jermel R. Robbins, of Topeka, the Topeka Police Dept. (TPD) said. Robbins slaying was the third homicide of the year in the Capital City.

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