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Kansas utility agrees to refund $10M, drop electric rates

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - The largest electric utility in Kansas has agreed to refund $10 million to its customers and decrease its rates slightly to settle a complaint filed by state regulators with the federal government.

Thousands of bees swarm fireworks stand

A church run firework in the parking lot at 47th and Broadway in Wichita tends to get a lot of people coming in to buy fireworks.

Child taken in Colorado may be headed to Kansas

The Colorado Springs Department is asking for help to locate a missing child they say may be headed to western Kansas.

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Bees on the loose at south Wichita business

Employees at a south Wichita business have finally made it safe inside the building after bees got loose this morning. 

Restaurant customers stop would-be robber

Quick actions by customers prevented a robbery suspect from getting away with money.

McPherson couple posts $100,000 bail

A McPherson couple is out of jail on a $100,000 dollars bond.

Kansas laws taking effect July 1

From a sales tax increase to being allowed to carry a concealed gun without a permit, 76 laws are set to go into effect July 1 in Kansas.

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First Lady hosts Girl Scouts campout

First Lady Michelle Obama hosts a special campout for a group of special girls.

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Temps going down - rain chances rising

July will start the same way June ended with triple-digit highs for parts of Kansas.

Kansas sales tax goes up today

The state's new sales tax goes in effect today.

Fireworks may be to blame for Hutchinson house fire

Fireworks may to blame for a fire in Hutchinson.

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