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Updated at 8:38 AM

Jordan on Thursday demanded proof from Islamic State militants that a Jordanian pilot they are holding is still alive, raising doubts that a rapidly approaching Thursday sunset deadline for a prisoner swap set by the group can be met.

Updated at 8:37 AM

Researchers from Asia say they have found a fossil of a human that is unlike anything yet discovered, CNN reported. The fossil — a jawbone — was discovered by a Taiwanese fisherman several years ago, and scientists have been studying it...

Updated at 8:33 AM

Kansas Day was first celebrated in 1877 in Paola, inspired by students’ enthusiasm for the study of United States History. On Jan. 8, the lesson in Alexander L. Copley’s classroom was about the battle of New Orleans —...

Updated at 8:30 AM

Charles Eubank has attended the Kansas Fairs and Festivals Association annual convention for more than 30 years. On Jan. 10 he was inducted into the association’s Hall of Fame. The plaque reads, "for outstanding and...

Updated at 8:25 AM

Grain markets

Updated at 8:23 AM

Natural gas is the most common heating fuel in the United States, used in 57 percent of homes. While the price of oil has dropped dramatically over the last year, natural gas prices have not, and in some cases have increased. The U.S.

Updated at 8:21 AM

The candidates are set for the April 7 election in Pratt. Filing deadline was noon Tuesday in the county clerks office except for city commissioner that files with the city clerk.

Updated at 8:18 AM

The Pratt Community College nursing program is ramping up for re-accreditation and will be ready to receive the evaluation team when they come to campus Feb. 24-26.

Posted at 7:00 AM

Katy Perry, the pop star with more Twitter followers than anyone on Earth, is set to take the halftime stage at the Super Bowl on Sunday. What will she sing? What will she wear? How many people dressed as cats will be involved?

Posted at 1:01 AM

My favorite journal is brown with antique maps wrapped around its cover. Just inside it carries a 2008 inscription from my husband. Words of love and encouragement. Words that urge me to become intoxicated by the fragrance of every flower that...

Posted at 1:01 AM

WEEK IN RELIGIONAs many as 800,000 people attended an event Jan. 19 in Russias Chechnya region to protest against images of the prophet Muhammad published in French publication Charlie Hebdo.

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