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'I Am Terrified': Kansas Teachers Return To Classrooms Despite Fears

Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Some Kansas teachers are returning to classrooms despite the pandemic. Otherwise, they may have to pay school districts thousands of dollars to find replacements or lose their teaching licenses.


Kansas Tries To Attract Younger Hunters

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Attempts to lure more people into hunting have mostly failed. Kansas is working on a new plan to attract young people by focusing on what states stand to lose: conservation dollars funded by licenses.


Games Are Taking A Back Seat To Players On Video Game Streaming Sites

Sunday, March 12, 2017

Twitch became a popular site for its constant live streams of people playing video games. Its latest addition is Twitch IRL: Same players, same streams, but without the gaming.


'Samurai Jack' Cartoon To Air Final Season, 12 Years Later

Saturday, March 11, 2017

Samurai Jack was a popular TV cartoon in the early 2000s. Despite acclaim, it ended unresolved in 2004. Now its creators aim to bring the story to a close.


Emojis Begin Cropping Up Outside Of Your Smartphone

Monday, March 06, 2017

Emojis — those little cartoon figures used by some people on smartphones — have became popular as design motifs in the real world.


Mattress No Longer Relegated To Bottom Of Shopping List

Monday, February 20, 2017

While a new mattress was often a purchase put off as long as possible, consumers today are replacing their mattresses more often.


VA Hospitals Still Struggling With Adding Staff Despite Billions From Choice Act

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Money from the Veterans Choice Act, which was meant to improve medical staffing levels at VA health centers, has had little impact on hiring numbers and how quickly vets get access to medical care.


For Christmas Thrills Without The Spills, More Decorators Turn To Lasers

Monday, December 26, 2016

It's a new way to deck the house for the holidays. Laser lights project decorations without a need of a ladder, but Christmas light purists say they don't compare to the old-fashioned bulbs.


Laser Lights: Modern Convenience Clashes With Holiday Tradition

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Drive down any suburban neighborhood and you'll see them. Homeowners are ditching strings of lights. Instead, projectors send hundreds of red and green lasers dancing across the outside of homes.