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Kansas: Sex trafficking charges change for Wichita couple
January 8, 2014
A federal grand jury on Tuesday revised the charges against a massage parlor owner and his wife accused of sex trafficking in Wichita, just a week before the case goes to trial.
Kansas: House education committee won’t change
January 8, 2014
Education lobbyists at the Kansas Statehouse were surprised to hear Monday that there will be no changes in the makeup of the House Education Committee, where a bill to greatly expand the state’s charter school law failed last year by a single vote.
Basehor OKs sign for liquor store, rejects church’s pro-life signs
January 8, 2014
The Basehor City Planning and Zoning Commission approved a new liquor store sign off State Avenue on Tuesday night while also voting against a temporary pro-life sign in front of a church.
Basehor library to host terrarium building event
07:00 a.m., January 8, 2014 Updated 07:00 a.m.
The Basehor Community Library is offering a chance for visitors to add some greenery to their cold, snowy winter.
5 questions: Sticking to your resolutions
12:00 a.m., January 8, 2014 Updated 12:00 a.m.
The new year always begins with ambitious resolutions. Despite lofty personal goals for 2014, the truth is most people fall short of achieving them. According to the Journal of Clinical Psychology, about 54 percent of people fail to maintain their resolutions at the six-month mark of the new year. So, we went to Active.com to find out how to better ensure your resolutions do not fall by the wayside.