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Kansas House rejects lawsuit over casino project

Kansas legislators who support a state-owned casino south of Wichita narrowly blocked an attempt Thursday to launch a court challenge to regulators' decision to allow the project to go forward. Full story

Judge denies feds' request on Kan. activist

A federal judge on Wednesday refused the government's request for a preliminary injunction to order a Kansas anti-abortion activist to stay away from a doctor who plans to offer abortion services in Wichita. Full story

Bank forecloses on Kan.-based Big Dog Motorcycles

A bank has foreclosed on Wichita, Kansas-based Big Dog Motorcycles, ending the run of a 17-year-old company that specialized in custom heavy cruisers and had 100 U.S. dealers. Full story

Single-sex lunches benefit U.S. school children

Kansas City, Missouri (Reuters Life!) - Single-sex lunches introduced in three schools in America's heartland have helped to reduce misbehavior among students and improve eating habits, authorities said. Full story

Anti-choice prosecutor faces ethics hearing

   TRMS producer Rebekah Dryden reports from Wichita, Kansas an ethics hearing for former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline who is accused of exceeding his authority in persecuting women's clinic patients.

Blind swimmer: 'I'm just like everyone else'

   Andrew McLeod, 10, who was born legally blind, is a member of the Neptunes swim club at the Northwest YMCA in Wichita, Kan. KSNW-TV's Kevin Wheeler reports.

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  Anti-choice movement targets another doctor

Dr. Mila Means, a Wichita family practitioner who is the target of anti-abortion activits talks with Rachel Maddow about murder, intimidation and threats by the anti-abortion movement and the effort to provide women the health services to which they have a legal, Constitutional right.

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U.S. Federal District Judge Wesley Brown puts on his robe as he prepares for a hearing May 4, 2007, in Wichita, Kan. Brown, a Hutchinson, Kan. native, celebrated reaching the century mark Friday, June 22, 2007. For 45 of those years, he's served as a judge for the U.S. District Court in Wichita aft