In political trouble in Kansas, Brownback heads for friendly national stage

Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback received a warm welcome from Republican activists at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, D.C., on Thursday. But back home in Kansas, Brownback leaves a legislature in turmoil after a revolt within his own Republican Party forced him to veto a bill that repealing most of his signature tax cuts.

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Rock Hill Christian school students learn about real-world living

Founders Federal Credit Union led students at Westminster-Catawba Christian School through a "real-life" Mad City Money simulation Thursday. The students were assigned careers and given budgets to learn about debt management. Teachers and credit union representatives said the event gives the students hands-on experience.
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Rock Hill Christian school students learn about real-world living 1:41

Rock Hill Christian school students learn about real-world living

Video: Hunter Sadlon will have a special fan at Winthrop Coliseum for Thursday's Senior Night 1:24

Video: Hunter Sadlon will have a special fan at Winthrop Coliseum for Thursday's Senior Night

Video: Northwestern Trojans' Dom Wren discusses this weekend's Bryan Ostrower Soccer Showcase 0:59

Video: Northwestern Trojans' Dom Wren discusses this weekend's Bryan Ostrower Soccer Showcase

Video: Lewisville survives Williston-Elko, referees to advance to 1A Upper State boys' basketball championship 0:57

Video: Lewisville survives Williston-Elko, referees to advance to 1A Upper State boys' basketball championship