The mother of teen John Albers, who was shot by police in 2018, was stunned to learn of the federal investigation but is hopeful.
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Advocates for the homeless say the pandemic is to blame for the growing number of people experiencing homelessness, because of unemployment and evictions. And that's a worrisome prospect in an election year.
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The 3rd District has some of the highest rates of COVID-19 in the state, and candidates are confronting the pandemic on the campaign trail and in their policy priorities.
The plastic, T-shaped device provides long-term birth control for up to 10 years and was approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 1984.
Republican U.S. Rep. Roger Marshall calls his Democratic foe, state Sen. Barbara Bollier, a "radical." She believes Marshall is a "yes man" for the president. Here's where they stand on taxes, trade and immigration.
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