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Kansas Job Growth Highest Since 2007

Updated: 03/06/2015 - January 2015 numbers have been released and job growth in Kansas is now at 1.9 percent which the Kansas Department of Labor noted is the highest since 2007 before The Great Recession.

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Wichita K9s Receive Bullet Proof Vests

Updated: 03/06/2015 - Just like their human counterparts, police dogs protect and serve the community. K9 officers help search for suspects, rescue missing people and sniff for drugs.

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Emergency Stay Puts Same-Sex Marriage On Hold

Posted: 03/06/2015 - Gay couples in Nebraska will not be able to get married this upcoming Monday. The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals has granted an "emergency stay" as requested by Nebraska's Attorney General.

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Lobbyist Confronts Teacher Over Brownback Mention In Speech

Updated: 03/06/2015 - A lobbyist who once served as Gov. Sam Brownback's chief of staff is defending his confrontation with a Topeka teacher he said was unprofessional in referencing the governor in her speech at a Model UN.

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Physical Therapy Works Into Overall Health Care Plan

Posted: 03/05/2015 - Patients no longer need a doctor's referral to schedule an appointment with a physical therapist, which PTs say can benefit both doctors and patients as therapists play a role in the overall health care team.

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TCT Gives Back To The County

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Posted: 03/05/2015 - Before commissioners got to business, they were on the receiving end of a big check.

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Schools Plan Budgets For Emergencies Too

Updated: 03/05/2015 - Republican legislative leaders in Kansas are responding to a key concern about their new school funding plan by including a proposal to set aside dollars for extraordinary needs.

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Kobach: Obama Could Ban Prosecutions of African Americans

Posted: 03/05/2015 - Secretary of State Kris Kobach says he's seeing a pattern of civil rights laws enforcement which would protect African-Americans from prosecution. Kansas Democratic party officials say his radio show comments reach "an all-time low."

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Budget Cuts Planned For Both KSU And KU

Posted: 03/05/2015 - The Kansas Senate Ways and Means Committee issued its recommendations for education funding for the next two years, including a major cut for two state universities.

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