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Kansas regulators to decide on rate hike for KCP&L customers
September 10, 2015
Kansas regulators are preparing to give their final approval to an increase in Kansas City Power & Light’s annual electric rates that’s likely to be less than the utility sought.
Shawnee police recover stolen iPad belonging to special needs child
September 10, 2015
The Shawnee police department recovered an iPad belonging to a special needs child that was stolen from a shopping cart at Wal-Mart, 16100 W. 65th St.
Kansas Supreme Court to hear Wichita pot ordinance arguments
September 10, 2015
Kansas’s highest court is considering the legality of Wichita’s marijuana ordinance next week.
Columnist: In memorializing 9/11, Sept. 10 also a day to remember
September 10, 2015
Marty Augustine is a Shawnee writer and photographer with a background in public safety. Augustine offers presentations related to 9/11, disaster preparedness and personal safety for churches, schools and community groups. Visit for more information.
Emporia State investigation finds no evidence of hate crime
September 10, 2015
An investigation found no evidence to support hate crime and discrimination allegations made by an assistant professor and his wife against Emporia State University, the university announced Wednesday.
Power restored to more than 1,300 KCP&L customers in Shawnee
05:57 a.m., September 10, 2015 Updated 08:17 a.m.
Kansas City Power & Light crews have restored power to more than 1,300 customers following a line of morning storms.