Ashlyn Hemmerling’s boyfriend, 22-year-old Jonathan Blevins, also is charged with first-degree murder.
Moran met with Army personnel last week to advocate for the city as the headquarters of the new Army Futures Command.
Three men are charged with conspiring to bomb a mosque and apartment complex housing Somalis in Garden City.
27-year-old Dwayne Brunson was shot on Sunday.
The survey of 500 adults found just one person that couldn’t produce a document proving citizenship.
Leaders feel that getting rid of NAFTA would hurt major export industries.
A 27-year-old man was shot to death around 2 a.m. on Sunday at Deuces Bar.
The order said the home created a situation that put children “at risk of on-going physical and emotional harm.”
Legislation designed to make Kansas schools safer from gun violence has passed a House committee.
The number of lawsuits accusing Mark Wisner of sexual abuse is approaching 100.
Wildcats head to the round of 16 for first time since 2010.
Adrian Lamo’s body was at the morgue in Wichita Friday.
Gavin Wright, Patrick Stein and Curtis Allen have pleaded not guilty to charges including conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction, which carries a possible sentence of life in prison. Their trial is scheduled to start Tuesday in Wichita.
Wichita police say the boy’s 26-year-old stepmother, Emily Glass, reported she last saw Lucas at their home before she fell asleep.
Frankamp scores 27 points in a losing effort for the Shockers.
Two retired law enforcement officers will be will be armed and working at Richard Warren Middle School.
The vote Thursday in the Senate was 20-20.
There were concerns the bill would hamper efforts to fight harassment on campus.
Antwaun Fulton of Topeka was sentenced to more than 18 years in prison.
A Kansas judge has declined to shorten Victor Anzua-Torres’ sentence so he could be with his mother.
Police say in court records that Glass was arrested for smoking marijuana while caring for her daughter the day before Lucas disappeared.
The Lawrence Journal-World reports the sorority organization said it hoped to work with fraternities to address issues that affect both organizations.
Airline officials in Japan put Irgo on a flight back to Kansas City. It isn’t clear when the dog will arrive.
Sedgwick County Commissioner David Unruh said during a public meeting Tuesday that if they don’t believe in God, he doesn’t care if they “go to hell.”
An attorney for 26-year-old Emily Glass said in a motion filed Friday that Glass’ $50,000 bond is too high.
The bill would allow the Kansas Lottery to offer sports betting in state-owned casinos, over the Internet and with mobile apps.
Chiefs ink Watkins to 30 million dollar guaranteed contract.
A lawsuit against Kobach over an open records request has been dismissed.
Nearly 70 police officers will be working two shifts during the tournament.
13 cases have happened since 2007. The Army acknowledges the records of the cases “incomplete.”
Kansas legislators have given final approval to a bill aimed at attracting large chicken-processing plants to the state.
The tip line is closed but the public can still call detectives or Crime Stoppers with information.
The crash happened around 1:30 a.m. on Saturday.
Top Republican Kansas lawmakers have developed a plan to mandate state safety standards for schools.
Monday’s announcement comes after at least three Kansas fraternities were disciplined because of violations of university codes.
DCF is facing public scrutiny over several child deaths, including a 3-year-old Wichita boy whose body was found encased in concrete last year.
The images are believed to be more than 150 years old.
The bill unanimously passed the House last month but has since stalled.
The body was discovered on Sunday afternoon.
The explosion happened around 4 a.m. Sunday at a home in Salina.
Devonte Graham piled up 18 points and 13 assists, Silvio De Sousa came up big in place of Udoka Azubuike and ninth-ranked Kansas proved its toughness down the stretch for an 81-70 victory over No. 18 West Virginia in the Big 12 Tournament title game Saturday night. De Sousa had 16 points on 8 of […]
It takes effect in July and stiffens penalties for drivers who cause accidents while intoxicated.
James and Paige Nachtigal of Newton were sentenced Thursday for several counts of child abuse.
The recent magnitude 3.4 earthquake is the largest one to rattle Reno County.
The final vote Thursday was 22-16 in favor, but supporters needed a two-thirds majority, or 27 votes in the 40-member Senate.
The Senate Public Health and Welfare Committee on Friday unanimously recommended confirming Gina Meier-Hummel as secretary of the DCF.
48-year-old Steven Harris was sentenced on Wednesday.
23-year-old Benny Clark pleaded guilty Thursday to second-degree murder and child abuse.
Moose inks one year deal with a mutual option for 2019.
The victim was identified as 69-year-old Ricardo Torres.
Sylvia Williams of Leawood announced her candidacy Wednesday in a video posted online.
The law requires prospective voters to prove that they are U.S. citizens.
A former police officer has pleaded no contest to charges of sexually assaulting a woman he arrested during a domestic disturbance.
The bill would guarantee tenure for thousands of teachers statewide.
The lawsuit alleges a special needs student was assaulted by another student on a school bus.
Police say the shooting happened on Wednesday.
One former worker shared a pay stub showing he made just over $1 an hour.
The House gave first-round approval Wednesday to a bill that would guarantee tenure for thousands of teacher statewide. The 72-48 vote advances the measure to another, final vote Thursday.
It was identified through dental records as that of 17-year-old Laura Lee Dorey of Haven.
Purinton will be sentenced on May 4. He still faces federal hate crime charges.
Top Tank winners advocate for an amended law that would allow self-serve beer taps in establishments.
Texas EquuSearch arrived in Wichita on Saturday to look for Lucas Hernandez.
19-year-old Chris Coley died on Monday.
Wildcats Brown and Wade earn second team along with KU’s Azubuike and Mykhailiuk
Someone in the state’s child welfare agency altered records in the case of a 3-year-old Wichita boy whose body was found encased in concrete.
An attorney is challenging a law that requires proof of citizenship to register to vote.
A southern Kansas high school student has been arrested after bringing a handgun to school.
Officials are concerned about how long youth has to wait to receive inpatient psychiatric treatment.
Former high school teacher Michael Jasiczek will serve a short jail sentence and three years of probation.
Nita Nirschl of Parsons was sentenced to five years in prison.
The committee is preparing to vote on a bill designed to ensure that fugitives and domestic abusers who illegally have guns are prosecuted.
Records show the state received at least eight reports about the abuse of 3-year-old Evan Brewer.
Police told KCTV that possible charges could include battery and making a criminal threat. Police haven’t released the person’s name.
The wheat variety project is funded by the Kansas Wheat Commission.
The university says the new scholarship is one of the largest gifts in support of LGBTQ’s students in the school’s history.
It’s estimated that the change will add $100,000 per year to district transportation costs.
Serve America Movement has no fundraising or spending limitations.
Pat Roberts says Trump’s unexpected announcement about tariffs on imported steel and aluminum “is not going to go down well in
The hearing is scheduled Tuesday for 52-year-old Adam Purinton.
20-year-old Savannah Cole and 28-year-old Kenneth Cade were indicted on Tuesday.
Bill Gale, the department’s regional director in Wichita, was let go earlier this week.
It was the ninth consecutive month that tax collections have exceeded expectations.
The damage at the Topeka Cemetery is estimated at $2,000.
The Lawrence Journal-World reports a judge ruled in February that probable cause did not exist to charge Releford with two felonies.
Student body president Paige Hungate says the proposed cut “has nothing to do with coverage, nothing to do with content.”
Wildcats comity 19 turnovers and five in the final four minutes in loss.
Sherman Clemons, of Oklahoma City, faces seven federal charges, including conspiracy to commit fraud and bank and credit union fraud.
Emily Glass, stepmother of 5-year-old Lucas Hernandez, was charged Monday and will be held on $50,000 bond.
More than 250 images and videos of child pornography were found on 37-year-old Cody Chitwood’s phone.
Secretary of State Kris Kobach and Governor Jeff Colyer are battling it out to be the next governor.
Officers fatally shot 29-year-old Cristino Umana-Garcia last October in rural Finney County.
Joseph Baker was fined $2,500 and his license was put on probation.
The Kansas Sentencing Commission is considering ways for the state to reduce the number of people listed on criminal registries.
The lawsuit refers to the death of 66-year-old Janet Elmer.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach is urging the National Rifle Association to bring its annual convention to Kansas.
Douglas Pete III is being held on suspicion of murdering Deontae Mitchell.
Lucas Hernandez has been missing since February 17th.
35-year-old Jesus Garcia was sentenced on Friday.
An elementary school student brought a gun and knife to school in response to a threatening Facebook post.
The bill would allow industrial chicken farms to house more birds closer to homes and communities.