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Pittsburg police have arrested one of the two remaining suspects in a pittsburg armed home invasion.
18 year-old jermey stringfellow was arrested in parsons kansas.
Another suspect 22-year-old daelon hendricks is still on the loose.
The two are suspects in a home invasion back on march 11-th.
Authorities say they and two others went into a home on north joplin street with guns -- and left with an undisclosed amount of cash, guns, and other valuables.
The newton county jail is stepping into the 21-st century by changing the way they do inmate visitation.
The jail now has a video visitation system -- where instead of talking on different sides of glass -- inmates will stay in their jail pods and talk to visitors on opposite ends of a camera.
The jail has also extended the number of days visitations happen from three to five a week, and made visitation hours longer.
The galena kansas main street project is making head-way through phase two.
The project is the city's way of giving the street a facelift, repairing sidewalks, roads, and curbs.
Phase one of the project was completed years ago and they began work on the second phase afterwards.
The final portion of funding for the project will not be distributed until it's complete.
A school funding bill proposed by kansas governor laura kelly and passed by the senate, has now hit a road block in the house.
The senate passed a 92-million a year influx in spending for education, but the house has come up with their own bill leaving the senate approved plan in committee.
The house education bill is slated to only fund two years, but the senate bill would fund it for four.
Lawmakers say they are hopeful a bill will be done before the supreme court's deadline.
Tawnya: that's a check of today's top headlines.
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