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Emergency Landing At The Fort Wayne Airport

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) -- A plane en route from Detroit in bound to Kansas City diverted to the Fort Wayne Airport around 4p.m. Crews had reported there was smoke in the galley. Full story

Rules for Kan. abortion clinics win final approval

New health and safety regulations specifically for Kansas abortion clinics won final approval Wednesday from the state Legislature, and the new requirements would include annual, unannounced state inspections. Full story

Thieves target cancer survivor, steal meds, rent

Police in Kansas City, Kan., say a woman who recently had cancer surgery may have saved the lives of herself and her two sons by barricading them in a bedroom while burglars ransacked their home. Full story

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Kansas House approves bill limiting abortions after 21 weeks

Thieves heist tractor trailer of Nike AirMax shoes

Kansas City mayor fails to advance in primary

Prosecutors unseal charges against 41 gang members

Historic blizzard wreaks havoc on U.S. air, ground travel

Blizzard wreaks havoc on U.S. air, ground travelers

Missouri robbers slip up in snow: police

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  A free lunch, made with love

Making A Difference: For more than 40 years, Marcia Merrick has served lunch to Kansas City's homeless, who call her "The Mother of the Streets." NBC's Kevin Tibbles reports.

  Abortion clinics cornered

After the murder of Dr. Tiller, the battle over abortion is festering again in Kansas. Jeff Peterson, Kansas City's Aid for Women manager, and Melissa Harris-Perry, Associate Professor of Politics and African-American studies at Princeton, join the show.

  Caught on cam: Police brutality?

A Kansas City man claims a dashcam shows an unwarranted beating; police say the opposite. KSHB's Lisa Benson reports.

  Focusing on aptitude not age

Kansas City Schools Superintendent John Covington and teacher Brooke Taylor explain why schools in their districts will be grouping children by skill not age.

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