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Watch Kansas Sing 'Carry on Wayward Son' Over Zoom With the Cast of 'Supernatural'

Supernatural fans got quite the treat as Misha Collins, who plays Castiel on the series, hosted a reunion with members of the cast and Kansas. A campfire-style singalong broke out as fans joined in to sing “Carry On Wayward Son.”
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Kansas City Super Bowl Celebration Was So Large It Was Spotted On A Weather Radar

When you’re favorite team wins the Super Bowl, its expected fans go a little crazy. However, when a team wins for the first time in 50 years, the whole city will start partying. That’s exactly what happened in Kansas City on Sunday night, after the Chiefs won Super Bowl 54.
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Kansas Hospital Goes Viral Ahead Of Super Bowl For Dressing Babies Up As Kansas City Chiefs Players

The Super Bowl is finally here, and while football fans across the country will be watching, fans of the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs can’t contain their excitement. That’s especially true is Kansas City where the team hasn’t won a Super Bowl in 50 years.
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Foreigner's Mick Jones

Foreigner Plots North American Tour With Kansas And Europe

Foreigner announced that they will be touring North America this Summer With Kansas And Europe.
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Donkey

Kansas Police Investigate Camel, Donkey, And A Cow Walking Down The Road Together

Police in Kansas joked on social media that they discovered half the nativity scene when they saw a donkey, camel and a cow walking on the road together.
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Flamingo

A Flamingo That Went Missing From A Kansas Zoo In 2005 Seen In Texas

Over ten years ago, a flamingo known simply as No. 492, escaped from a zoo in Kansas, and now has found its way here to Texas.
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Man Gets Tazed By Police While Trying To Have Sex With Car

Police in Kansas are reporting that a heavily drunk man who was attempting to have sex with a car tailpipe had to be eventually subdued by way of stun gun when he refused to stop. Newton police Lt. Scott Powell said the 24-year-old was sent to hospital emergency because his blood alcohol level was...
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Linda Brown, Center Of Brown v. Board Of Education Decision, Has Died

Linda Brown, the center of the most famous case that ended segregation in public schools, has died at the age of 74. Linda Brown's father, Oliver Brown, enrolled Linda at an all-white school in Topeka, Kansas in the mid-1950s. She was turned away, as well as other black families who wanted to...
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