KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Saturday the United States will keep as many as 1,000 more troops in Afgha…
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71 applications for same-sex marriage have been filed.
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The president said he “strongly condemns the barbaric murder of Luke Somers at the hands of al-Qaida terrorists.”
U.S. special forces had tried to rescue Somers last month.
Volunteers plan to make wooden step stools, hobby horses and yo-yos.
Attorney Gloria Allred said Huth met with two special victim unit detectives Friday.
The new guidelines apply to federal law enforcement agents but aren’t binding on local police officers.
Demonstrators later blocked traffic on the FDR Drive in Lower Manhattan, spurring arrests.
Wayne Selden fueled a Jayhawk comeback as Kansas rallied to beat Florida at Allen Fieldhouse.
Arkansas Little-Rock extended its winning streak to 26 matches to end the season for the Jayhawks.
Small town deluged with Christmas cards
Latest in series of allegations against actor/comedian
Kansas National Guard prepares for the unexpected.
State cracks down for failure to pay taxes.
Recent rains and El Nino set-up could mean more rain for Northeast Kansas – but isn’t it December?
A rash of rural burglaries in Shawnee County is serving as a warning.
Charged with murder in a case that’s being investigated by federal authorities to determine whether it was a hate crime.
A family in Austin, Texas turned their front yard into “Frozen” for Christmas.
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Wichita State University is planning to discuss safety and improvements in its surrounding neighborhoods.
Reese Witherspoon’s tale of redemption, “Wild”, hits theaters this weekend.