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Fatal fire caused by child playing with lighter

Update: Fire officials say a fire in north-central Kansas that killed a toddler was started by a child playing with a lighter. 

Farmer talks climate change effects on wheat

Kansas farmer Justin Knopf says dealing with extreme weather is just a part of the job.

Man who played Santa charged with child sex crimes

A former Marion County Sheriff's dispatcher, who also played Santa for local preschool children, is charged with raping an eight-year-old.

K-State Salina talks about new proposed unmanned aircraft regulations

Mark Blanks is the unmanned aircraft program manager at K-State Salina, he says these new proposed rules will be the kick start to the unmanned aircraft industry.

Salina hosts KMOM dental clinic

Volunteers performed more than $1 million in dental work on Friday and Saturday at the 2015 Kansas Mission of Mercy Dental Clinic in Salina. 

Homecoming held for Assaria man after farming accident

Hundreds came to a small Kansas town to welcome home a man who spent months in the hospital after being severely shocked in October.

State troopers investigate 3 fatal crashes Friday

 Kansas Highway Patrol troopers were busy with separate fatal crashes across the state Friday.

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Kansas Mission of Mercy dental clinic now open in Salina

Update: The doors are now open.  Mission of Mercy organizers expect to treat hundreds of patients during the clinic.

McPherson first responders getting vaccinated

They are the first people to come to your aid when you need help.

Salina could see impacts from Fort Riley cuts

Army budget cuts called for reductions in soldiers all over the U.S, affecting more than the communities near the post. David Widner works at the post and says he would see the impacts too.

Man sentenced to life in prison for son's starvation death

SALINA, Kan. (AP) — The father of a 3-month-old Salina boy who was abused and starved to death has been sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 25 years.

Fort Riley talks about community impact of possible cuts

A planned reduction in the size of the army could mean thousands of Kansas jobs will leave the state. Today, both state and federal lawmakers were at Fort Riley military post to see how army budget cuts will impact the community.

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