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(AP) The number of foreign students coming to U.S. colleges and universities continued to fall last year, according to a new report, but the Trump administration says the drop should be blamed on high tuition costs and not students’ concerns over the nation’s political atmosphere.

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WICHITA (BUSINESS WIRE) — Walser Auto Campus is kicking off the giving season with Drive to End Hunger – a weeklong food drive happening at all Walser locations. From November 11 – 18, the Walser Auto Campus will serve as a collection point for donations of nonperishable food items to suppor…

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WICHITA (AP) — An associate professor in Kansas accused of secretly working for a Chinese university contends in a court filing that a visiting scholar fabricated the allegations against him after unsuccessfully trying to extort him for $300,000.

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IOWA CITY (AP) — A psychologist in charge of treating Iowa’s most dangerous sex offenders violated policies by developing an improperly close relationship with a violent predator who became obsessed with her, The Associated Press has learned.

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TOPEKA (AP) — More than six months after floodwaters overwhelmed Lakeside Village’s well system, the roughly 150 residents of the northeast Kansas community drink, cook and bathe with water hauled in by the Kansas National Guard - up to 40,000 gallons daily.

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TOPEKA (AP) — More than two dozen cities and counties across Kansas have sued the opioid industry, from a small town with a population of 150 near the Colorado border to the state's most populous county at its opposite end.

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TOPEKA (AP) — A top Republican legislator's complaint has launched an investigation into whether the commission that screens Kansas Supreme Court applicants violated the state's open meetings law in picking three finalists for Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly to consider in filling a vacancy.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's schedule usually reads like a list of foreign capitals. But America's top diplomat has been finding ways to swing through his home state of Kansas this year, feeding speculation about a potential Senate run and offering something of a refuge…

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — More than a dozen children who ran away from troubled Kansas welfare system and juvenile corrections placements have wound up incarcerated for crimes related to human trafficking, drawing the ire of victims' advocates and some lawmakers who say the runaways were victi…

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ROELAND PARK, Kan. (AP) — Some officials, candidates and LGBTQ rights advocates are questioning a decision by county election officials to move a suburban Kansas City polling place to the Catholic church one candidate attends ahead of the November municipal election.

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KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — Two convicted felons facing criminal charges over a Kansas bar shooting that killed four people and wounded five others had previous brushes with the law that could have kept them behind bars had judges and other officials made different decisions, according to a rev…

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WICHITA (AP) — A 26-year-old Kansas man who was shot with his own gun was sentenced to 2.5 years in prison after admitting he was not legally allowed to have the weapon.

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ROELAND PARK (AP) — Some officials, candidates and LGBTQ rights advocates are questioning a decision by county election officials to move a suburban Kansas City polling place to the Catholic church one candidate attends ahead of the November municipal election.

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TOPEKA (AP) — Kansas wildlife officials are working on plans to stop a continuing drop in the number of young people who are interested in hunting, in part because the decline could lead to fewer dollars for conservation.

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TOPEKA (AP) — Kansas conservatives are trying to overturn a state Supreme Court decision that protects abortion rights and threatens years' worth of Republican-enacted restrictions, guaranteeing an election-year fight over amending the state constitution.

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TOPEKA — Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly vetoed a bill on Monday that would require doctors and abortion clinics to tell women about treatment that is meant to reverse a medication abortion.

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TOPEKA — Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly approved the creation of Accelerating Opportunity- Kansas (AO-K) on April 10, a program that would allow adults to earn high school equivalency credentials by participating in career pathway oriented postsecondary classes.

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A recent bill signed into law by Gov. Laura Kelly exempts any records of National Guard members counseling or therapy sessions from the Kansas Open Records Act.

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TOPEKA — Earlier this month, Gov. Laura Kelly approved a bill that would amend a civil imprisonment statute regarding the cost of keeping a civil prisoner in a county jail. Under current Kansas law, the amount a county can be reimbursed for keeping a defendant in a civil case imprisoned is $…

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TOPEKA — Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly signed House Bill 2365 into law Wednesday, which protects Kansas National Guard members identities who participate in peer counseling sessions. It exempts notes and records of the National Guard Member’s sessions from the Kansas Open Records Act (KORA).

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TOPEKA — On April 10, Gov. Laura Kelly signed and approved a bill that would make several amendments to statutes involving the licensing of the Kansas Real Estate Commission and real estate brokers. Previously, the bill passed the Senate 40-0 and the House 107-17.

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