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Old issue still dogs Kansas tea party candidate

By associated-press On Sun, 03 Aug 2014 16:21:03

Old issue still dogs Kansas tea party candidate

Tea party candidate Milton Wolf's chances of knocking off three-term Sen. Pat Roberts in Kansas have been complicated by renewed attention to an episode in the challenger's past. A Kansas newspaper recently reported that a state medical board is investigating Wolf's posting of graphic X-ray image...

 
 

5 in GOP run for Kansas insurance commissioner

By associated-press On Sun, 03 Aug 2014 16:15:39

5 in GOP run for Kansas insurance commissioner

Five Republicans are running for Kansas insurance commissioner and seeking to replace retiring three-term GOP Commissioner Sandy Praeger. The GOP field in Tuesday's primary includes state Sen. Clark Shultz, of Lindsborg. He formerly served in the Kansas House as its Insurance Committee chairman ...

 
 

Jenkins faces tea party challenger in Kansas 2nd

By associated-press On Sun, 03 Aug 2014 11:41:58

Jenkins faces tea party challenger in Kansas 2nd

Kansas congresswoman Lynn Jenkins faces a Republican primary tea party challenger who accuses her voting to allow the indefinite detention of American citizens. Joshua Joel Tucker, of Pittsburg, also said Friday that the House's GOP leaders aren't doing enough to challenge Democratic President Ba...

 
 

Kansas Senate foes hit vote-rich territory for GOP

By associated-press On Sun, 03 Aug 2014 11:38:30

Kansas Senate foes hit vote-rich territory for GOP

U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts and tea party challenger Milton Wolf have brought their contentious Republican primary race to the Kansas county with the most GOP voters for a parade and door-knocking days before the election. Both candidates participated Saturday in the Johnson County Fair's parade in Gar...

 
 

Wolf missed paying Kansas income taxes in 2000

By associated-press On Sat, 02 Aug 2014 20:31:05

Wolf missed paying Kansas income taxes in 2000

A spokesman for U.S. Senate challenger Milton Wolf has acknowledged he initially failed to pay Kansas income taxes in 2000, resulting in a state warrant before the bill was paid off. Roberts' campaign raised the issue in a campaign mailer this week, just days before Tuesday's primary. Wolf cam...

 
 

Junction City man arrested for homemade explosive

By associated-press On Sat, 02 Aug 2014 20:26:28

Junction City man arrested for homemade explosive

A Junction City man has been arrested after police say they found a homemade explosive device at his home. Junction City police said in a release Saturday that officers were called to a home on a report of someone making homemade explosives. Officers found a homemade explosive device at the home ...

 
 

Wichita neighborhood losing door-to-door mail

By associated-press On Sat, 02 Aug 2014 20:22:19

Wichita neighborhood losing door-to-door mail

A south Wichita neighborhood is losing its door-to-door mail delivery service because of problem dogs. Postal officials say the letter carriers in the neighborhood have been "challenged" several times by loose dogs and dogs that are on chains that are too long. Neighbors told The Wichita Eagle...

 
 

Newton Against Housing Immigrant Kids

By associated-press On Sat, 02 Aug 2014 17:30:10

Newton Against Housing Immigrant Kids

Officials in a south-central Kansas city have voted against supporting a group's efforts to house unaccompanied children who've arrived in the U.S. illegally. Newton spokeswoman Erin McDaniel says the City Commission voted 4-0 in a special meeting Friday against issuing a letter of support to Em...

 
 

Fort Riley Soldiers Still Missing

By associated-press On Sat, 02 Aug 2014 17:15:16

Fort Riley Soldiers Still Missing

The father of one of two soldiers reported missing from Fort Riley has raised concerns about his son's disappearance. A flier from the Kansas Missing and Unsolved Facebook page says Pfc. Richard "Connor" Ferguson and Pvt. Bradley Kappel were last seen July 21. Military records show the men were ...

 
 

Kansas Has Record Gun Safety Year

By ksal-staff On Sat, 02 Aug 2014 14:08:11

Kansas Has Record Gun Safety Year

Kansas has a lot of to offer hunters. Abundant wildlife, a multitude of hunting opportunities, and diverse landscapes are just a few of the things that make Kansas truly a hunter’s paradise. And while it’s always been a safe place to hunt, it’s a safer-than-ever place to hunt, now, according t...

 
 
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