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“In Kansas, you just don’t feel earthquakes and that was a pretty bad one,” one resident told BuzzFeed News.
A small aircraft lost an engine during takeoff at Mid-Continent Airport in Kansas. It crashed into a building, killing at least four people and injuring at least four others.
It’s made me more aware of certain things on the road — but possibly less mindful.
“I plan only to serve two terms in the U.S. Senate.”
Bringing your tractor to school with you.
Nothing will ever compare to Steak ‘n Shake.
I spilled ranch dressing all over my lips.
Seth Jackson’s 10-month-old foster daughter died after two hours in a hot car while he smoked marijuana, according to prosecutors. He was charged last week with first and second-degree murder.
UPDATE: One of the girl’s foster dads has been charged with first-degree and second-degree murder. The girl was being raised by two men who are foster parents to four other kids.
Murdering fireflies to make face paint.
The Verrückt, located in Kansas City, is 168 feet and 7 inches tall.
Because the best part of a sandwich is the middle.
Stephen Locke went nose-to-nose with a storm to take these wonderful images.
Dozens of tornadoes slammed communities in the central and southern states, killing at least 30 people on Sunday and Monday.
More than 65 tornadoes hit the U.S., killing 37 people.
Alisa is senior in High School, living with stage 4 brain cancer. “Alisa’s Butterflies” is a movement to make all of her dreams come true.
No, we don’t go cow tipping.
Legislation that would protect those who discriminate against LGBT people based on religious beliefs either failed or faced major setbacks in South Dakota, Kansas, Idaho, and Tennessee. LGBT advocates say the failures are an “important repudiation” of the latest anti-LGBT tactics. Update: The Arizona Senate, however, approved a similar bill Wednesday.
A Kansas community came together after a mural by Latino students, immigrants and undocumented immigrants was defaced with “KKK,” “welfare” and “wetback.”
“KKK,” “welfare,” and “wetback” were scrawled on the artwork created by a group of high school students. “We’re bringing to light the reality we live with everyday, we can choose to act like racism isn’t out there, but it is.”
Opponents of the legislation say it is an attempt to keep the LGBT community relegated to “second-class status.”
Putting the sass is Kansas since 1861.
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The madness started a little early this year.