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E. coli lawsuit seeks damages from Emporia Pizza Ranch

The Emporia Pizza Ranch is named in a lawsuit allegedly stemming from a regional E. coli bacteria outbreak earlier this year.

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NRH working to avoid interruption in Medicare reimbursements after CMS recommendation

Newman Regional Health is is adjusting its policy and process for discharging mental health patients from its emergency department after being told it may not receive federal reimbursements for Medicare patients starting early next month.

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Grass fires rev up as Thursday wears on

It was a hazy and smoky day across the Flint Hills on Thursday, largely due to grass burns.

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KTA grass burn yields no issues

No problems were associated with a major burn along the Kansas Turnpike on Thursday.

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Sedan man arrested after truck theft from outside Lyon County Courthouse

A Sedan man is behind bars after allegedly taking a loaded semi-assault rifle from a flatbed pickup -- and also taking the truck from right outside the Lyon County Courthouse last week.

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Education equity measures working through House, Senate

Both the Kansas House and Senate continue working on education funding bills, using the state Supreme Court's equity ruling from earlier this session as a guide with another high court ruling on adequacy still to come.

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Senate considers STAR bond reform package

The Kansas Senate has advance a package to reform a controversial economic development tool which has become a focal point in the state's ongoing revenue debate.

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Cope to run for re-election

Lyon County Sheriff Jeff Cope says he'd like another four-year term.

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