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Can All U.S. Hospitals Safely Treat Ebola?

By associated-press On Mon, 13 Oct 2014 10:31:51

Can All U.S. Hospitals Safely Treat Ebola?

A Dallas health worker's Ebola infection is raising fresh questions about whether hospitals truly can safely take care of people with the deadly virus. The new case shows a breach in infection control and reveals that even in the United States, with the best conditions and protective gear availab...

 
 

Stabbing Over Spilled Drink

By associated-press On Mon, 13 Oct 2014 10:22:34

Stabbing Over Spilled Drink

Wichita police are searching for a man who two others say stabbed them in a bar after a fight over a spilled drink. Sgt. John Ryan says the men drove themselves to the hospital on Sunday morning. He says the 26- and 32-year-old victims were stabbed at the Revolution Lounge. It's unclear how badly...

 
 

Police offer reward for info in Pitt State killing

By associated-press On Mon, 13 Oct 2014 09:11:49

Police offer reward for info in Pitt State killing

Pittsburg police are offering a reward for help locating two more suspects in the killing of a Pittsburg State University student. KOAM-TV reports that $1,000 is being offered for information leading to the arrest of the two 19-year-old suspects from Pittsburg. Two other men, ages 21 and 24, were...

 
 

Fugitive Wanted After Chase Caught

By associated-press On Mon, 13 Oct 2014 09:07:51

Fugitive Wanted After Chase Caught

Hutchinson police have arrested a man following a standoff who they say eluded officers in a high-speed chase last week. Police say 26-year-old Scott Lutz was caught hiding in an attic on Sunday. Authorities say he initially refused to come out and firefighters cut a hole in the roof. They say he...

 
 

Nearly 200 students sue Kansas-based college

By associated-press On Mon, 13 Oct 2014 09:04:28

Nearly 200 students sue Kansas-based college

Nearly 200 students of a Kansas-based college have joined a lawsuit that accuses the school of fraud. The Kansas City Star reports the lawsuit against Wright Career College was filed last year but amended recently to add 195 more students. The current and former students attended Wright's campuse...

 
 

Koch Brothers Building Political Machine

By associated-press On Sun, 12 Oct 2014 13:16:42

Koch Brothers Building Political Machine

The flagship organization of the political network backed by billionaires Charles and David Koch (kohk) is ditching campaign ads and building an army of conservative activists to shape the final days of the midterm elections. Americans for Prosperity has sent more than 500 workers into 35 states ...

 
 

Arrests In Student Death

By associated-press On Sun, 12 Oct 2014 13:04:24

Arrests In Student Death

Two suspects are jailed in the death of a Pittsburg State University student. The 21- and 24-year-old suspects were arrested Friday on suspicion of first-degree murder in the death of 20-year-old Taylor C. Thomas and several other felonies. The Joplin Globe reports that both suspects are from Pit...

 
 

Davis Camp Upset By Ad In Kansas Governor’s Race

By associated-press On Sun, 12 Oct 2014 02:43:37

Davis Camp Upset By Ad In Kansas Governor’s Race

Allies of Democrat Paul Davis are criticizing a new television ad in the Kansas governor's race highlighting Davis' presence at a strip club near Coffeyville during a 1998 meth raid. Davis' backers had a teleconference Friday to decry the Republican Governors Association ad. Davis' campaign label...

 
 

Royals-Orioles game averages 5.9 million viewers

By associated-press On Sat, 11 Oct 2014 22:46:51

Royals-Orioles game averages 5.9 million viewers

The Kansas City Royals' extra-innings victory in the AL Championship Series opener averaged 5.9 million total viewers - up 9 percent from last year's comparable game. The Royals won 8-6 in the 10th inning Friday night in Baltimore. Kansas City and Baltimore are the two smallest markets in ALCS hi...

 
 

Victims’ families oppose 2 judge’s retention

By associated-press On Sat, 11 Oct 2014 22:43:03

Victims’ families oppose 2 judge’s retention

Relatives of four people slain 14 years ago in a Wichita field have formed an organization opposing the retention of two of the Kansas Supreme Court justices who overturned the killers' death sentences. The Wichita Eagle reports that Kansans for Justice wants voters to remove justices Lee Johnson...

 
 
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