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Wichita State baseball program fined, wins vacated; Moran appointed to Senate Appropriations Defense Subcommittee; Kansas Police officers may be required to wear body cameras; Troops deployed in Africa returning to Fort Riley; House panel eases off plan to delay school aid funds

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Student Governing Association heavily debates funding, commend band and crops team and preview SGA Week

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RCPD arrests man wanted in Wabaunsee County, suspect enters plea in officer-involved shooting case, homemade weapon found in Saline County jail

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College of Arts and Sciences Teach-In promotes conversations about social issues both nationally and locally

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Walter Dodds and other K-State researchers have introduced the Stream Biome Gradient Concept

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Sororities inspected and have several violations, Arrow Coffee Company subject to administrative review

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Candidates emerge for local elections, an arrest is made in bomb threat case, and Kansas administrator warns of cash flow problems

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Magistrate Judge Hochhauser speaks on inequalities regarding minority representation within Riley County court system

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Reagan Kays, K-State student body president, recalls his life before and after his position

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Spring break might be far away, but start planning now for a better experience

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Kansas House moves to stop late night sessions, bill bundling, Kansas measure would boost penalties for burglaries, marijuana issue to feature on April ballot in Wichita, Pat Roberts introduces bill to protect rural hospitals

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4.0 students share why making the grade matters to them and the challenges it presents

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Monsanto official speaks with students on agriculture's upcoming challenges

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Plea entered in Junction City shooting, man injured in accidental shooting, man arrested under multiple allegations, Junction City home investigated for explosives

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State to appeal education funding ruling, KEY fund sweeping sees objections, House committee working to expand Medicaid

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A weekly letter from K-State's student body president, Reagan Kays

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Donors offered t-shirt, food and drink voucher

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K-State's new web tool allows students to see what credits will transfer from other schools

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New Sears Hometown store opens, Brownback proposes backtrack of public school funding, Topeka school district works to increase teaching staff diversity

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More than 60 teams of middle school students built their idea of a future city, addressing the idea of using urban space to grow crops

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