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Parental substance abuse main reason Kansas children removed from their homes

More Kansas children are removed from their homes and placed in foster care because of concerns about parents’ drug and alcohol substance abuse than for any other reason, including physical abuse, neglect and sexual abuse, reports from the DCF show.

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No. 20 Kansas State throttles Stephen F. Austin 55-16 in season opener

If the first night of a football season is an accurate representation of games to come, Kansas State can expect big things this year. Unlike recent openers in which K-State lost to, or barely beat, inferior competition, the Wildcats throttled Stephen F. Austin 55-16 on Saturday in front of 52,830 fans at Snyder Family Stadium.


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