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Missouri State66Evansville73Final - MBB
Arkansas101Auburn87Final- MBB
Missouri60South Carolina65Final - MBB
Vinita56Miami29Final - Girls
Vinita35Miami70Final - Boys
Chanute56Fort Scott43Final - Girls
Labette County63Parsons52Final - Girls
Pittsburg43Independence49Final - Girls
Pittsburg43Independence53Final - Boys
Jayhawk-Linn21St. Paul59Final - Girls
Jayhawk-Linn60St. Paul36Final - Boys
Crest39Olpe68Final - Boys
Carl Junction55Lamar41Final - Girls
Carl Junction44Lamar72Final - Boys
Columbus56Girard47Final - Girls
Burlington51Fredonia46Final - Girls
Clever31Seneca48Final - Girls
Riverton32Southeast52Final - Girls
Galena32Baxter Springs31Final - Girls
Iola41Prairie View26Final - Girls
Iola32Prairie View47Final - Boys
Grove50Skiatook42Final - Girls
Frontenac33Colgan51Final - Girls
Frontenac61Colgan38Final - Boys
Northeast62Marmaton Valley44Final - Girls
Cherryvale48Caney Valley62Final - Girls
Cassville24Aurora59Final - Boys
Nixa62Carthage28Final - Boys
Joplin50Hillcrest73Final - Boys
Verona87Wheaton39Final - Boys
Neosho39Republic53Final - Boys
Ketchum87Fairland30Final - Boys
Willard50Webb City42Final - Boys
East Newton69Seneca43Final - Boys
Labette County50Parsons54Final - Boys
RIverton65Southeast57Final - Boys
Humboldt72Neodesha38Final - Boys
Cherryvale51Caney Valley65Final - Boys
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    Extreme Weather Kills Father and Son

    Wednesday, August 15 2018 8:06 PM EDT2018-08-16 00:06:03 GMT

    "We're actually headed to the widow's house to pay our condolences," said Brian Liming. Liming and his friends paid a brief stop to a spot on a county road, just north of Independence, Kansas. It's where Brian's high school classmate Dennis Catron Jr. and his father, Dennis Catron Sr., lost their lives. 

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    "We're actually headed to the widow's house to pay our condolences," said Brian Liming. Liming and his friends paid a brief stop to a spot on a county road, just north of Independence, Kansas. It's where Brian's high school classmate Dennis Catron Jr. and his father, Dennis Catron Sr., lost their lives. 

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  • Families Respond: No Charges Sought in Crash that Killed 2 German Cyclists

    Families Respond: No Charges Sought in Crash that Killed 2 German Cyclists

    Wednesday, August 15 2018 7:44 PM EDT2018-08-15 23:44:13 GMT
    Mr. Büchel on the Left and Mr. Jung on the rightMr. Büchel on the Left and Mr. Jung on the right
    Mr. Büchel on the Left and Mr. Jung on the rightMr. Büchel on the Left and Mr. Jung on the right

    After reviewing the Kansas Highway Patrol's investigation, the Cherokee County Kansas Attorney will not file charges against the driver of the van. On May 8th, 2018, two cyclists from Germany were riding on Highway 66 near mile marker 1.8 when they were hit by a 2013 Chrysler Town and Country van. The cyclists, 71-year-old Heinz Gerd Buchel and 74-year-old Harry Jung, died at the scene. The highway patrol report states that the van was traveling west in the right lane of K-66 wh...

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    After reviewing the Kansas Highway Patrol's investigation, the Cherokee County Kansas Attorney will not file charges against the driver of the van. On May 8th, 2018, two cyclists from Germany were riding on Highway 66 near mile marker 1.8 when they were hit by a 2013 Chrysler Town and Country van. The cyclists, 71-year-old Heinz Gerd Buchel and 74-year-old Harry Jung, died at the scene. The highway patrol report states that the van was traveling west in the right lane of K-66 wh...

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  • Downstream & Quapaw Tribe Donate to Campaign to Legalize Casinos in Arkansas

    Downstream & Quapaw Tribe Donate to Campaign to Legalize Casinos in Arkansas

    Wednesday, August 15 2018 6:55 PM EDT2018-08-15 22:55:28 GMT

    An organization working to legalize casinos in Arkansas says it raised more than $1 million last month from two American Indian tribes in neighboring Oklahoma. 

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    An organization working to legalize casinos in Arkansas says it raised more than $1 million last month from two American Indian tribes in neighboring Oklahoma. 

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