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Do you consider yourself superstitious?

Response Percent
Somewhat, it depends on the superstition.
No, superstitions are silly.
Yes, very much so.
Total 10
Commission approves $3.5M for Westar Energy
September 11, 2014
Westar Energy has agreed to delay a request for a rate increase related to nuclear power plant upgrades as part of an agreement approved by a state commission.
2 executives offer to pay for Kemper destruction
September 11, 2014
Two executives are offering to pay for the demolition of Kemper Arena with their own money.
Manager pleads guilty to harboring immigrants
September 10, 2014
The manager of a Chinese restaurant in Kansas City, Mo., has pleaded guilty in Kansas to a charge of conspiring to harbor workers who were in the United States illegally.
Police: Wichita man kept women locked in apartment
September 10, 2014
Wichita police say they’ve arrested a caregiver who allegedly kept two of his ex-girlfriends locked in an apartment for several days.
Man pleads not guilty in fatal scooter crash
September 10, 2014
A Salina man has pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter while under the influence of drugs or alcohol after an accident that killed a 93-year-old man driving a mobility scooter.
Residents evacuated as roof collapses during fire
September 10, 2014
Firefighters helped evacuate residents during a fire at an Overland Park apartment complex shortly before a roof collapsed.
Democrat in Kansas 1st having event with lawmakers
September 9, 2014
The Democratic nominee in the 1st Congressional District of Kansas is preparing to have a Statehouse news conference with former and current state legislators.
Winter wheat planting underway in Kansas
September 9, 2014
Kansas growers have begun seeding their fields for next year’s winter wheat crop.
AIG plans to add 300 jobs in Olathe
September 9, 2014
State officials were on hand to celebrate a ribbon cutting at a new contact center for American International Group in Olathe.
Kansas seeks to dismiss gun lawsuit challenge
September 9, 2014
Kansas has asked a court to dismiss a lawsuit filed by a national gun control group against a state law that challenges federal authority to regulate firearms.
Topeka council to consider nudity ban
September 8, 2014
The Topeka City Council will consider making public nudity a misdemeanor offense.
Ex-budget director to discuss deficit with farmers
September 8, 2014
The former Kansas budget director will discuss the effect of the budget deficit at a series of presentations hosted by farm groups.
Serious respiratory illness hits hundreds of kids
September 8, 2014
Hundreds of children in about a dozen states have been sickened by a severe respiratory illness that public health officials suspect may be caused by an uncommon virus similar to the germ that causes the common cold.
State says 4 men shot 209 doves in Kansas
September 8, 2014
State wildlife officials are deciding what type of charges to file against four men who they say shot 209 doves in one day in Kansas.
Task force unable to pinpoint cause of earthquakes
September 7, 2014
There’s not enough data to make any determinations about why there has been an increase in the number of earthquakes in Kansas, a three-member task force appointed by Gov. Sam Brownback has concluded.
Colin Powell honored at Fort Leavenworth
September 7, 2014
A bust has been added to a Buffalo Soldier monument at Fort Leavenworth honoring former secretary of state and military leader Colin Powell.
Kansas City Connection: The circus comes to town, and the return of Ren Fest
September 7, 2014
School may be back in session, but those looking to treat their families to some fun performances and outdoor activities will have some good chances to do so this week in the Kansas City area.
Kansas seeing increase in whooping cough
September 4, 2014
State health official say whooping cough cases are increasing across Kansas, with Pottawatomie County particularly hard hit.
Kansas State: Possible info leak in 1 department
September 4, 2014
Kansas State University officials say personal information from applicants for its graduate program in agronomy might have been exposed on the Internet.
Sentencing delayed for man who stole woman’s ring
September 4, 2014
One of three men suspected of stealing a wedding ring from a dying woman at a Wichita restaurant will be sentenced in October.