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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
Kansas farmers bringing in bountiful fall harvests
November 11, 2014
A government estimate of crop production shows Kansas farmers are bringing in bountiful harvests of corn, sorghum and soybeans this season.
Firefighters: Topeka house fires intentionally set
November 11, 2014
The Topeka Fire Department says two fires that broke out at vacant houses were intentionally set.
Kansas wheat planting wrapping up
November 11, 2014
Kansas farmers are almost done planting next year’s winter wheat crop.
KDHE Secretary Moser plans to resign
November 11, 2014
The secretary of the Kansas Department of Health and Environment says he plans to resign.
Small banks drop in number in Kansas, nationally
November 10, 2014
The number of small banks in Kansas and the U.S. continues to shrink at a significant rate as regulations increase costs and low interest rates cut into profits.
Lenexa woman critically injured in train accident
November 10, 2014
Police in northeastern Kansas say a woman has been hospitalized in critical condition after being struck by a train.
Nonprofits hope to benefit from raffle amendment
November 10, 2014
Nonprofit groups say they are looking forward to raising money from charity raffles, after voters approved a constitutional amendment clarifying that the raffles are legal.
Police: Kansas robber in Batman mask arrested
November 10, 2014
Wichita police have arrested a woman who they say robbed three convenience stores while wearing a Batman mask.
SE Kansas district gets approval for safe room
November 9, 2014
Officials with the Southeast School District in Crawford and Cherokee counties are celebrating word that the district will receive a federal grant for a safe room.
$14,000 in guns stolen from Wichita store
November 9, 2014
Police are searching for two suspects who took nearly 30 weapons from a Wichita business.
Elderly Kansas man killed in hit-and-run
November 9, 2014
Authorities say an 83-year-old man was killed in a hit-and-run accident in northeast Kansas after he got out of the vehicle to check on an injured deer.
Police fatally shoot sword-wielding man in Kansas
November 9, 2014
Kansas City, Kan., police say a sword-wielding man was shot and killed after he charged an officer.
Kansas City Connection: Make an escape plan to see some art
November 9, 2014
Kansas City this week provides an escape for any Kansans tired of being chided for the cultural philistinism of their democratically elected leaders.
43-year-old elephant at Wichita zoo found dead
November 6, 2014
One of two elephants at the Sedgwick County Zoo has died.
Ex-Boeing workers appeal whistleblower lawsuit
November 6, 2014
Three former workers at the Boeing plant in Wichita who filed a whistleblower lawsuit against the aircraft maker and one of its suppliers are challenging a judge’s ruling against them.
Kansas has high rate of vacant foreclosed homes
November 6, 2014
A company says a report that Kansas has one of the highest rates of vacant foreclosures in the country reflects the small number of foreclosures in the state, not problems in the housing market.
Police: Man attacks woman in Kansas bathroom
November 6, 2014
Wichita police are searching for a man who they say tried to sexually assault a woman at knifepoint in a department store bathroom.
Law school offering free help to veterans
November 5, 2014
Law students at Washburn University will honor Kansas veterans and their families with a free, one-day Veterans Legal Assistance Clinic.
Hutchinson animal shelter seeking more help
November 5, 2014
The director of the Hutchinson Animal Shelter has requested money to hire more employees so that the shelter can either stop relying on volunteer help from local prison inmates or can properly supervise the inmates’ work.
Crash into flight simulator company stops training
November 5, 2014
The fatal crash of a small plane into a flight safety training center at the Wichita Airport has disrupted pilot training on some Cessna models, but efforts are being made to provide alternatives, company officials said.