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Windy and cold Super Bowl Sunday

A cold front sweeping across the state will usher in much colder air and bitter northwest winds. 

No. 21 Shox go cold in Normal

No. 21 Wichita State mustered just 20 second half points against Illinois State, who pull the 58-53 upset.

Burglars target a dozen locations in one Newton neighborhood overnight

A string of burglaries overnight in Newton - the thieves, targeting one neighborhood near Eighth and Logan Streets, and mostly stole things from detached garages.

They also broke into a couple cars, and even stole one. The car has been found, but the suspects still haven't. Newton police are calling the thefts overnight a burglary spree with at least two suspects involved.

Dillons store in St. John closes

Residents in one Stafford County town will have to go a little further to get chips, dip and other food on Super Bowl Sunday.

Western KS couple heading to Super Bowl

A family from western Kansas is on their way to Super Bowl 50.

puppies from puppy mill

Owner claims two dogs taken from puppy mill

Two micro-chipped dogs taken from the puppy mill have been reclaimed.  

Church wants to build school

Church launches fundraising campaign to build new church, school

Holy Savior Catholic Academy launches a $12 million fundraising campaign to build a new church and school.

Committee chair says school district bill won't proceed

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The chairman of the Kansas House education committee says his panel won't vote on a school consolidation measure.

Analysis: Power struggle heart of debate over Kansas courts

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A legislative dispute over how Kansas Supreme Court justices are selected is a political struggle centering on Republican Gov. Sam Brownback.

Four arrested in connection to Hutchinson Kwik Shop robbery

Hutchinson Police on Friday arrested four people in connected to an aggravated robbery at the Kwik Shop at 4216 N. Plum and a burglary at South side Smoke Shop, 200 N. Poplar.

Kansas student newspaper sues administrators

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — The student newspaper at the University of Kansas has filed a federal lawsuit accusing university administrators of approving funding cuts to the newspaper that were enacted after an editorial critical of the student senate.

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