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Man dies of electrocution in Shawnee home

SHAWNEE, KS (KCTV/AP) — Authorities say a man has died after being electrocuted while working in the garage of a Shawnee home.

It happened about 9:15 a.m. in the 6500 block of Hallet Street, according to Johnson County MedAct.

Police say the man’s de...

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Historic Homes Tour on Saturday to feature talk by Kassebaum Baker

Former Kansas Sen. Nancy Landon Kassebaum Baker will visit her childhood home Saturday, and more than 100 guests will get to be present.

Kassebaum Baker will speak about her experiences growing up in west Topeka at 5:15 p.m...

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Maryse Mizanin Has Never Seen Husband Mike ‘The Miz’s Episodes of The Real World

PEOPLE Now airs live, Monday through Friday, from the Meredith offices in New York City.

Catch PEOPLE Now every weekday at 12:00 p.m. ET/9 a.m. PT on or on the PeopleTV app on your favorite streaming device...

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Balboa Park Conservancy’s parkwide volunteer programs

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The Balboa Park Conservancy’s parkwide volunteer programs recently received support from a major national organization.

In 2018 the Conservancy launched the Park Ambassadors and Tree Stewards programs...

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Suspect in custody after officer-involved shooting near Highlands Elementary School


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There was an officer-involved shooting across the street from a school that was on lockdown in Mission, Kansas on Friday ...

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Warriors locker room debates In-N-Out vs. Whataburger vs. Five Guys

The new In-N-Out restaurant in Vallejo, Calif., on Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019.

The new In-N-Out restaurant in Vallejo, Calif., on Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019.

Photo: Chris Preovolos

The seemingly endless debate over the best burger chain in America m...

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Death Toll Rises to 85 From Mexican Pipeline Explosion

The blast occurred Friday in the municipality of Tlahuelilpan, about 70 miles north of Mexico City and some 13 miles from the Tula refinery, one of six owned and operated by state oil company Petróleos Mexicanos, or Pemex.

Six of those who had been h...

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History Guy: Topeka’s Richard Hanger played key role in parks, housing, 1966 tornado recovery

Richard B. “Dick” Hanger served eight years as a Shawnee County commissioner in the 1960s, and worked in recent years to benefit this community in terms of affordable housing and parks and recreation.

Hanger, who died Dec...

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The Benefits Of Purchasing A Home In Kansas


With wide-open spaces and friendly communities, Kansas is a terrific place to live. When it comes to housing, the two basic choices you have are either to rent an apartment or buy a house...

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Lenexa grants developer key approvals for Sonoma Pointe and Plaza housing and retail project

Sitting just across I-435 from City Center, the Sonoma Pointe and Plaza sites have been undergoing prep work for several months.

The company looking to put housing and commercial developments on the last substantial piece of vacant land inside the I-...

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