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No furloughs or layoffs needed despite massive shortfall, governor says

Plans won't be laid out until January, but Gov. Sam Brownback says massive budgetary adjustments needed by the state won't include furloughs or layoffs of state workers.

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Mayer, Delahunt set for trials; Llamas appeal on hold

Trial is coming next year for Travis Mayer and Chris Delahunt as their separate court cases move through Lyon County District Court.

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Dr. Jen: Holidays don't have to be pound-packing nightmares

This is a delicious time of year. It's also an unhealthy time of year.

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Church of Christ's Thanksgiving meal starts at 11 am

The Emporia Church of Christ is welcoming the community for its annual free Thanksgiving meal.

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Chris Turley's walk through Kansas drawing attention to Dakota pipeline, veterans' concerns

An Oklahoma National Guard soldier is walking through Kansas this holiday weekend, hoping to draw attention to two causes important to him.

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Sixth annual Walnut Turkey Day Dash has 746 registrants so far

Thanksgiving Day is known for turkey, professional football, and the Macy's Day Parade. For local Emporia residents though, the special Thursday in November is also the same day as the Walnut Turkey Day Dash.
 

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Greenwood County chase suspects have first court appearances

Formal charges have been filed and first appearances have been logged for the two people who allegedly led a chase and nearly week-long search last week.

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Schmidt: Overtime rule challenge less about need, more about process

A delay in new overtime salary thresholds is just fine with Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt.

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