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KTN Mbiu: Amani yahubiriwa na vijana kote nchini

http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/ktn/index.php?videoID=2000134420&story_title=KTN Mbiu: Amani yahubiriwa na vijana kote nchini

KTN Mbiu: Wafanyi biashara Diani walalamika kwa upungufu kwa watalii

http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/ktn/index.php?videoID=2000134419&story_title=KTN Mbiu: Wafanyi biashara Diani walalamika kwa upungufu kwa watalii

KTN Mbiu: Dereva wa trela atoroka baada ya ajali Narok

http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/ktn/index.php?videoID=2000134418&story_title=KTN Mbiu: Dereva wa trela atoroka baada ya ajali Narok

KTN Mbiu: Ekuru Aukot akashifu IEBC kwa kutohusishwa Dubai

http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/ktn/index.php?videoID=2000134417&story_title=KTN Mbiu: Ekuru Aukot akashifu IEBC kwa kutohusishwa Dubai

KTN Mbiu: Mpiga kura amtaka Omar Hassan kutogombea ugavana wa Mombasa

http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/ktn/index.php?videoID=2000134416&story_title=KTN Mbiu: Mpiga kura amtaka Omar Hassan kutogombea ugavana wa Mombasa

Local News: Usikufe na dryspell: Jaymo Ule Msee takes the mafisi route to push for peaceful elections

The self-proclaimed Mafisi chairman issues strict code of conduct ahead of polls

Crazy Monday: Police officers to receive salary increment from end of July

Those in the higher cadre will receive a six percent increase of their pay, National Police Service Commission chairman Johnstone Kavuludi and inspector general of police Joseph Boinnet said.

Crazy Monday: Four students die in grisly accident along Narok-Mai Mahiu road

Four students of Ole Tipis Girls die and scores injured in grisly road accident between matatu and lorry along Narok-Mai Mahiu road. The students were travelling home from school.

Local News: MCSK vows to keep collecting royalties despite High Court order

Despite a High Court order in Kisumu stopping Music Copyright Society of Kenya (MCSK) from collecting royalties, the CMO has vowed to keep collecting money.

City News: Chinese sweepers earn three times more than Kenyan train operators

Kenyans were outraged when photo of a Chinese sweeper working at Mlolongo SGR station was leaked