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How someone was able to walk away with a strangers gifts
Lasting images from the top news stories of the past year.
The former standout player and highly-successful coach at Kansas Wesleyan most recently rebuilt Cal Poly Pomona into an NCAA Division II cha…
Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith will miss Sunday’s game against the San Diego Chargers.
Marysville man arrested a short time later.
Earthquake and tsunami killed some 230,000 people.
Sony PlayStation and Microsoft Xbox sites experience “disruptions.”
Excessive video gaming isn’t good for youth development.
Transit officers help mother deliver baby on train.
Judge Mary Thrower says that rather than detain juvenile offenders for an extended period, she seeks out the best option for each one.
NBC’s Mark Barger takes a look back at notables lives lost in 2014.
Macomber will represent himself.
Data from the project will be provided free to the public.
A woman is planning to defy the Roman Catholic Church and become a priest – the first to do so in Kansas City, Missouri.
Heated challenges to conservative Republic incumbents finished as the top two Kansas stories of 2014.
Cotton production in Kansas at 52,000 bales, up 27 percent from a year ago.