This weekend’s downtown holiday events – parade, tree lighting ceremony and Rescue Run – postponed due to weather
Jackson County officials report a two-car, weather-related collision shut down strip of Highway 75
Roads could be dangerous for Black Friday shoppers
Downtown Topeka Inc., announces Grand Marshall for this year’s Miracle on Kansas Avenue Parade
Free tax preparation clinic at Washburn will help low-income taxpayers get tax credit for health care marketplace
Shawnee County District Attorney moves to have Schumm removed from city council after court records detail abuse allegations
The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office have taken two Mayetta men into custody for growing marijuana. Barry E. Hase, 51, and Clayton E. Hase, 27, of Mayetta were arrested and charged with cultivating a controlled substance, possession of hallucinogenic drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond was set Thursday on both at $35,000.00 each.
United Methodists Church leader says Kansas, Nebraska congregations would welcome Syrian refugees
Suspect in credit union hold-up could face 20 years in federal prison
KU student government makes moves to combat racism, impeach student body president
World’s largest meat producer recalls massive amount of hot wings
Wichita representative cites “dismal” state of the state as reason for running again
Trio of state attorneys general say potential transfer of GITMO prisoners is illegal
Joint effort between Topeka Police, Homeland Security and U.S. Attorney’s Office results lengthy sentence
New phone scam hits Junction City area businesses
Meteorologists expect about 2 inches of snow an hour for NW Kansas. Photo courtesy Kansas Highway Patrol.
Motor Trend: “4 Days, 26 Cars, and One Bitchin’ Winner”
Kansas City man sentenced for transporting over 20 pounds of methamphetamine
Australian, local authorities cooperated on 2013 bust
Names of those involved in Saturday’s 3-car crash have been released
Trio of youth ensembles will hold their fall concert at Washburn’s White Concert Hall
Initiative aims at reducing fire deaths by 25 percent
Police say victim, suspect were acquaintances
Tax impact on farmers much greater than expected
Student group demands changes on campus
The Tony Scroggins Award recognizes individuals, groups that promote civil rights and diversity
One dead, another in custody after one-vehicle accident on Flint Hills trail
H.R. Cook is moving to Iowa to be closer to family
Lawmakers approve more than $4 million in aid
Students protested president’s handling of racial issues
Tax cuts blamed for drop in revenue
Education official, school districts’ attorney comment
Committee looking for process to study Kansas taxes
WIBW 580’s Alex Dingman talks to event organizer and Wounded Warriors
Video tape reveals no evidence of head trauma during plays preceding collapse
A man found shot Friday afternoon outside of Wakarusa has died. The name has not been released pending notification of family.
62 year-old Delwyn Schmidt crashed his homemade plane Sunday afternoon
Presidential hopeful signing copies of “A More Perfect Union”
19 year old Tyreek Bowers-Rivera is being held on numerous felony charges
Kansas Board of Regents preparing to announce new president for Emporia State University
The Auto Restoration Program at McPherson College is a finalist for Industry Supporter of the Year in the 2015 International Historic Motoring Awards
The shooting took place just after 11 p.m.
Kobach says 3 election fraud cases filed in 2 Kansas counties over alleged double voting
Firefighters were clearing an area when the structure collapsed, injuring four of them.
Joan Rebar disappeared near midnight on September 26th.
The former recreation director for the City of Osawatomie pleaded guilty Wednesday to embezzling more than $125,000 from the city, U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom stated in a press release. 53-year old Ron Maring of Osawatomie pleaded guilty to one count of tax fraud and false statement, and one count of money laundering. In his plea, he admitted […]
Once students are cleared, classes will continue as scheduled
Mercy Hospital in Independence announced it was closing partly due to declining reimbursement rates from Medicare.
Landon Patterson announced in May that she was a girl, not a boy.
Sharp’s murder conviction was overturned earlier this year
The suspect died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound
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Scores released this week show most Kansas 10th graders likely won’t be ready for college without some remedial coursework.
Eastbound and westbound I-70 from MacVicar to US 75 was closed to all traffic.
Troopers say two people died both Saturday and Sunday in four different accidents.
The Shawnee County Election Commissioner Andrew Howell supports the plan.
2 elephants at Garden City zoo to be relocated to Colorado Springs
The state transportation department has chosen Garden City and Great Bend as sites for centers that will move goods from one type of transportation to another. The two cities were chosen from a group of seven cities that made formal presentations in August to the Transload Facility Site Analysis Selection Committee. The centers, called transload sites, […]
Kansas collected $30 million less in taxes than anticipated in August, but officials said larger-than-expected income tax refunds were largely the reason. The state Department of Revenue reported Tuesday that tax collections were about $418 million last month, compared with the official projection of $448 million. The shortfall was 6.8 percent. Budget director Shawn Sullivan noted during […]
Construction has ceased on the state-owned casino project in southeast Kansas. Representatives for Kansas Crossing said construction on the Kansas Crossing casino outside Pittsburg was stopped after the Kansas Lottery Commission issued the company a 90-day extension of the “commencement date.” Kansas Crossing requested the extension because of lawsuits filed against the project. The Cherokee County […]
Secretary of State Kris Kobach’s critics, including the Kansas ACLU, are expected to protest his plan for removing more than 36,000 names from the state’s voter registration rolls. Kobach’s office is having a hearing today on a rule the secretary of state proposed to deal with registrations that aren’t complete. County election officials would be […]
Court ordered resentencing, saying judge relied on incorrect legal standards in imposing lighter sentence.
The Kansas Insurance Department is considering whether insurance agents need more training. Currently, the state’s insurance agents are required to complete 12 hours of education every other year. Most states require 24 hours for insurance agents. The department wants to complete a study of the question in the fall and present recommendations to the Legislature […]
74-year-old Frazier Glenn Miller repeatedly complained Monday that the court was telling the jurors what to think.
The portrait of Alexander Hamilton to be replaced with a woman.
The company issued a recall after products were were linked to 10 listeria cases in four states, including three deaths in Kansas.
The skeletal remains of a foot inside a shoe were found by a fisherman Saturday evening.
The state is waiving interest and penalties on back taxes, starting Tuesday through Oct. 15.
Officers subdued the man with a Taser.
With no mayor or city council, the town of Frederick was unable to submit a budget that was due Tuesday to Rice County officials.
The Prairie Acre, which is actually only one-third of an acre on the University of Kansas campus, has never been tilled, plowed or shoveled.
A Kansas City man has been charged with trying to ram an officer, leading to gunfire. Four felonies were filed Saturday in Jackson County Circuit Court against 21-one-year-old Pierre Hill-Williams. He was arrested Friday after a pursuit that ended with the discovery that a 1-year-old girl had been shot in the foot. The probable cause […]
The interest comes from critics of this year’s changes in how the state distributes more than $4 billion in aid to 286 school districts.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott is declaring an emergency.
Officials say the officer was pumping gas into his patrol vehicle when he was shot multiple times and killed by a man who approached him from behind.
Frazier Glenn Miller Junior says he was compelled to act because of his belief that Jewish people are trying to wipe out the white race.
The two men have not been identified.
The case received widespread attention after it was filed in 2010 because one of the suing parties’ attorneys was then-House Speaker Mike O’Neal.
Fire suppression crews found two people on the structure’s roof.
Two motorcycles were traveling northbound in the 4700 block of SW Gage when one failed to navigate a curve and ended up in a ditch.
An attorney for District Judge Larry Solomon of Kingman County asked a judge to strike down a 2014 law changing who selects chief judges in the state’s judicial districts.
Dave Naylor entered a contest to get one chance to throw a Golden Horseshoe for a ringer at the Big 94.5 Country Topeka Rodeo.
KHP says the accident happened when a car made a left turn in front of the police car.
Man was in bankruptcy proceedings at the time.
In Austria, police are investigating the deaths of 71 migrants found in a truck.
Police say the juvenile’s death appears to be a suicide.
A stress fracture in the glass caused the rear window to shatter.
A KS judge says a law dictating who chooses chief judges violates state constitution.
Kansas Action for Children CEO Shannon Cotsoradis raised additional issues Thursday about the welfare law approved by legislators this year.
Kobach was an adviser on immigration policy for 2012 GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, and says he had urged Romney to adopt the “self-deportation” concept.
The collision led to 40 gallons of gasoline being leaked into a storm sewer and pond area
Wednesday, WDBJ reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward were fatally shot by a former station employee.
Products may be unsafe because they could possibly spoil before the “Best When Used By” date.
Jackson County Sheriffs discovered a body after responding to a welfare check. After an employer reported that an employee had been missing for two weeks, officers were dispatched to a residence northeast of Mayetta just before 7 a.m. Wednesday. After arriving, they discovered a deceased person about 100 yards from the residence near a creek. […]
The spat was sparked by Kobach’s proposal to throw out after 90 days names of more than 34,000 potential voters.
Integrated Plastic Solutions faces sentencing Wednesday in federal court in Wichita on one count of unlawful storage of hazardous waste.
A parent discovered the gun on the ground near a parking lot at Pioneer Trail Middle School Tuesday morning.
The three members of the rate-setting KCC agreed to the plan Tuesday.
16-month-old Astra Abegg was found dead last Tuesday at an Arkansas City apartment.
The county cremates the bodies of an estimated 15 people free of charge annually.