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Thousands living in Kansas on student visas

K-State changes renames computer network iSIS to KSIS

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas State University is renaming its computer network system to avoid associating with a terrorist group.

Report: Cliff Alexander investigated over "impermissible benefits" allegations by NCAA

We are learning more about why KU freshman Cliff Alexander has been sidelined in recent games.  According to a report in Yahoo! Sports, the NCAA is looking into possible impermissible benefits received by one more more of his family members from an NBA agent. 

Car crashes into building in Wichita

One person is taken to the hospital with potentially serious injuries after crashing a van into a building in Wichita Friday morning.

Reservations being taken for free kids' dental clinic in Wichita

Plenty of donated products will be put to use this weekend for "Give Kids a Smile Day." 

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Springing forward

Your weekend looks fantastic as highs reach the 50s and 60s.

Philadelphia officer shot and killed on duty

Philadelphia officer shot multiple times and killed on robbery call

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Benton woman upset over paying for post office inconvenience

A number of people living in Benton get their mail from a cluster of boxes on Main Street. The temporary solution seems pretty good to most customers compared to the first fix. Lauren Seabrook reports.

Kobach changes his mind image

Controversy surrounding Kobach's radio comments

The Kansas Democratic Party is calling it hate speech after Secretary of State Kris Kobach comments on the future prosecution of minorities in the US.

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Lawmakers propose first step in changing school funding

Republican leaders take the first step to change how Kansas pays to educate your children.

Wichita brothers arrested for several burglaries

"It was a great job by officers, good through work," said Wichita Police Lieutenant James Espinoza. "Obviously their knowledge of known burglars in their areas of town helped and they did a great job of doing surveillance and stopping the vehicle."

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Maize Supt. Doug Powers resigns

Maize Supt. Doug Powers submitted his resignation on Thursday according to the school district.

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