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President Trump Seeks To End Birthright Citizenship

https://youtu.be/bhQgzdu00wA In an interview with AXIOS earlier this week, President Donald Trump expressed that he can get rid of birthright citizenship in the United States with an executive order. The 14th Amendment of the United States constitution

Haunted Hotel in Downtown Lawrence

https://youtu.be/R6_Zq_rlmF4 The popular Eldridge Hotel in Downtown Lawrence is famous for its food and hospitality, but also for its ghosts. It all started in the 1970's when a couple was sitting in a lobby and a ghost

Kansas Gubernatorial Candidates Debate Before Midterms

https://youtu.be/cu0Gp7kXPA8   Kansas Gubernatorial candidates went head to head in Wichita in the final debate before the election. Republican Kris Kobach, Democrat Laura Kelly, and Independent Greg Orman faced off on hot button issues. They split three ways

Sportscast October 22, 2018

https://youtu.be/3BvDSjUnfYA Keely talks about the Chiefs, Kansas Volleyball, Kansas Rowing, Kansas Soccer, Kansas Football, and Kansas Basketball in her Monday Sportscast.

Dodge City Polling Place Changes

https://youtu.be/btVGWfIy0Lg Dodge City is one of the few cities in Kansas with a majority hispanic population. Recently the city announced a polling place move outside of town. 60% of the population are hispanic immigrants. Weeks before the

Kavanaugh Protests at Topeka Kobach Rally

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed by the Senate on Saturday, October 6 as President Donald Trump flew to Topeka on Air Force One. Protestors stood outside the Kansas Expocentre to protest against Trump, Kris

Protests ahead of midterm elections

President Trump was in Topeka on Saturday, October 6 to endorse Kris Kobach for Kansas governor at a rally. Protestors waited outside the Kansas Expocentre to express their disapproval of Kobach. "I do not want Kris Kobach,"

KU Theatre Presents: A Man of No Importance

KU Theatre opened its fall season with the 2002 musical "A Man of No Importance." The show follows an irishman in the 1960s and how the theatre helps him find his inner truth. To the director, the

Grant allows language classes to survive

The African Department of Languages at KU has received a two-million dollar grant to support programs, and the language Wolof is a reason why. Things haven't always been easy for the department, though. "We've had to cut

KU Enrollment Rates Go Up

The Kansas Board of Regents said that KU is setting records this year for higher enrollment numbers and higher retention rates. This year's freshman class has the highest GPA's and ACT scores in KU history. Chancellor Douglas

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