Archive for Wednesday, March 19, 2014

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Kansas closer to raising limits on lawsuit damages
March 19, 2014
A Kansas House committee has endorsed legislation allowing higher monetary damages in personal injury lawsuits while revising the rules of evidence in such cases.
Kansas man loses 750 pounds, hopes to inspire others
March 19, 2014
Robert Walls used to worry about whether he was going to wake up the next morning. But on a recent day, his main concern was how his hair looked.
Tonganoxie hit with another green stripe Wednesday
12:26 p.m., March 19, 2014 Updated 02:24 p.m.
Another green line magically has appeared in downtown Tonganoxie.
A day in the life of chemo: Positivity is medicine, too
March 19, 2014
About to start chemotherapy the other day, Michael Meyer was in a joking mood.
Baker women advance in NAIA national tournament
March 19, 2014
FRANKFORT, Ky. – The No. 12 ranked Baker University Wildcats entered the 2014 NAIA Division I Women’s Basketball National Championship as one of five teams making theor first-ever appearances, but the Wildcats proved they belonged and opened up the tournament with a 74-61 win a
Baldwin City couple’s lobbying effort find little support in Topeka for medical marijuana
March 19, 2014
Before making a final decision on a move that will split their family, Kathy and Ryan Reed spent two days in January speaking to Kansas lawmakers about the prospect of allowing medical marijuana use in the state.
Baldwin City couple turns to medical marijuana as lifeline for 2-year-old son
March 19, 2014
The lower-body cast that 2-year-old Otis Reed has worn since breaking his right femur Feb. 23 is decorated the red and blue of the Kansas Jayhawks. There’s a lot of pride of place in that choice.
Shawnee Town 1929 stands test of time
March 19, 2014
When Charlie Pautler peers out his office window, he sees a daily reminder of much simpler times.