$1.5M settlement for Muslim workers fired in prayer dispute

A U.S. meatpacker has agreed to pay $1.5 million to 138 Somali-American Muslim workers who were fired from their jobs at a Colorado plant after they were refused prayer breaks
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2 bodies found in Arkansas believed to be Wichita couple

Authorities say the bodies of a couple who recently disappeared from a Kansas fairground have been found in a shallow grave in northwest Arkansas
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2 deaths in Wichita might be carbon monoxide poisoning

Wichita police say the deaths of two people appear to be related to carbon monoxide poisoning
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2 pilots eject when Air Force jet veers off runway in Texas

The U.S. Air Force says two pilots were injured slightly after ejecting when a twin-jet training aircraft veered off a runway before takeoff at a northwestern Texas Air Force base
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2 shot, killed in confrontation between 2 groups in Wichita

Authorities are investigating a shooting that killed two men in Wichita
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2 shot, killed in gunfight between 2 groups in Wichita

Authorities are investigating a shooting that killed two people in Wichita
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2 teens on horseback critically hurt when hit by tow truck

The Kansas Highway Patrol says two teenagers who were riding horses were critically injured when they were hit by a tow truck
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2 women killed when SUV crashes into turning car in Wichita

Authorities say two women have been killed in a Wichita crash
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2-month-old boy found dead at Wichita motel

Police are investigating the death of a 2-month-old boy at a west Wichita motel
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3 inmates sue former jail worker over abuse allegations

Three former inmates have filed lawsuits alleging that a former food service worker at a Kansas jail sexually and physically abused them and that his supervisors ignored their complaints
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3-year-old Kansas boy hospitalized in accidental shooting

A 3-year-old boy is hospitalized in Wichita hospital after an accidental shooting at his home in Kinsley
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5 men indicted in Kansas on illegal immigration charges

A grand jury has indicted five men who federal prosecutors say unlawfully entered the U.S. after being deported
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6 arrested in Wichita in child sex trafficking case

Wichita police have arrested six people in an alleged child sex trafficking case
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AAA: Texas retail gas prices remain at $2.61 for second week

The average retail gasoline price in Texas did not change this week, remaining at $2.61 for a gallon of unleaded
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AAA: Texas retail gasoline prices unchanged this week

Retail gasoline prices in Texas remain the same this week while the average national price has dropped by a penny
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Accountant sentenced for embezzling thousands to gamble

A 35-year-old staff accountant who embezzled more than $500,000 from a Wichita company has been sentenced to nearly three years in prison
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Additional charges filed in deadly Kansas swatting case

One of the online gamers whose video game bet dispute allegedly led police to fatally shoot a Kansas man faces additional charges
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Administration: 1,820 children reunited after border split

The Trump administration says more than 1,800 children separated at the U.S.-Mexico border have been reunited with parents and sponsors but hundreds remain apart
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Attorney: Barriers keep 7 immigrant children in Kansas

Attorney: Barriers keep 7 immigrant children in Kansas who were separated from parents at border
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Baby orangutan gets lots of snuggles from Wichita zookeepers

A baby Sumatran orangutan has been getting lots of snuggles from zookeepers in Wichita
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Bicycle rider killed in northeast Wichita crash

Officials say a bicycle rider has been killed in a Wichita crash
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Boeing awards $125K grant to boost Wichita training

Wichita manufacturing workers will receive more training through a $125,000 grant awarded by aircraft supplier Boeing Co.
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Bond reduced for Kansas mother charged in child's death

A judge has reduced the bond for a 26-year-old Kansas woman charged in the death of her young daughter
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Carnival workers arrested in deaths of Kansas fair vendors

Authorities have arrested three carnival workers in the deaths of two vendors who disappeared from a fair in Kansas and were found in a shallow grave in an Arkansas forest
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CDC: backyard chickens are spreading salmonella to people

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that there's a multistate outbreak of salmonella infections linked to people touching backyard poultry.
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Central Americans seeking path to US have few legal options

President Donald Trump has called for immigrants to come to the country legally instead of trying to illegally cross the southwest border
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Child rapist back in custody after prison escape

A convicted child rapist who escaped from a Kansas prison is behind bars again
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Church is raising money _ up to $1M _ for organ restoration

A Wichita church has started raising hundreds of thousands of dollars to restore a pipe organ that was installed in the 1950s
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Civil rights flyer sparks dustup in Kansas governor's race

The American Civil Liberties Union is defending a flyer it mailed comparing the civil rights records of the leading Republican candidates for Kansas governor, calling it voter education
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Colyer, Kobach clash on schools, agree on pot in Kansas race

Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer and Secretary of State Kris Kobach have clashed over spending on public schools while finding a point of agreement in their otherwise contentious Republican primary battle in opposing efforts to legalize marijuana for medical use
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Colyer, Kobach send supporters home as Kansas race undecided

Immigration hardliner Kris Kobach and Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer were locked in a too-close-to-call Republican primary race that tested how much influence a late endorsement from President Donald Trump for Kobach would have
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Competitor dies in swim leg of Boulder Ironman triathlon

An athlete died a day after being pulled from the water during the Boulder Ironman 70.3 triathlon in Colorado
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Construction begins on Emporia State's president's home

After a four-year fundraising campaign ended in late July, crews recently broke ground for construction of a new home for the university's president and a public entertaining space
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Convicted killer accused of raping 8-year-old Wichita girl

Wichita police say a man who was convicted in a 1984 murder is suspected of raping an 8-year-old girl he was babysitting
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Convicted killer arrested on suspicion of raping 8-year-old

A man convicted in a woman's strangulation death has been arrested on suspicion of repeatedly sexually assaulting an 8-year-old girl whom he had been baby-sitting
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Correction: Girl Scouts-Girl Power

Correction: Girl Scouts-Girl Power
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County not at fault after Wichita man set himself on fire

A jury ruled that a Sedgwick County community mental health agency and one a psychiatrist were not at fault in the death of a patient who set himself on fire
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Court overturns 'Stand Your Ground' defense in Wichita case

The Kansas Court of Appeals says a Wichita man should not have been allowed to use a "Stand Your Ground" defense to avoid trial in the stabbing death of a Wichita woman
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Court: Kansas did not violate transgender inmate's rights

A federal appeals court has ruled Kansas prison officials did not violate the constitutional rights of a transgender inmate who claims her medical treatment is so poor it violates her constitutional rights
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Data: Wichita's economy shrank in 2017

Data recently released by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis show Wichita was the only major metro area in Kansas that didn't see economic growth last year
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Deaths of man, woman in SE Kansas considered murder-suicide

Authorities are investigating the death of a man and woman in southeast Kansas as a murder-suicide
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Default judgment entered against Wichita car dealership

Authorities say a $51,433 default judgment has been entered against the owner of a now defunct Wichita car dealership
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Deputy arrested on suspicion of sending threatening texts

Authorities have arrested a central Kansas sheriff's deputy who is accused of sending threatening text message while he was on duty
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Deputy fired after inmate escaped, rode atop patrol car

A West Texas sheriff's deputy has been fired after video showed him driving down a Texas highway with an inmate sitting on the roof
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DNA evidence discovered in missing Kansas woman's case

More than a year after a 30-year-old Kansas woman disappeared police say it's likely she drowned in a flooded creek
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Dog lost after Colorado mountain crash reunited with family

A dog that survived almost three weeks in Colorado's Rocky Mountains after being thrown from a vehicle in a crash has been reunited with its family
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Driver charged in crash that broke deputy's leg

A driver has been charged with running into a Kansas sheriff's deputy while intoxicated and breaking the deputy's leg
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Ex-Cowboys running back Joseph Randle facing rape charge

Troubled former Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle has been arrested on a suspicion of rape charge
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Ex-Kansas State guard Wainright pleads guilty in road rage

Former Kansas State basketball player Amaad Wainright pleaded guilty to felony charges related to a road-rage shooting
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Ex-Kansas youth pastor pleads guilty to sex with girl

A former Wichita youth pastor has pleaded guilty to having sex with a 15-year-old girl while he worked at Word of Life Church
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