Authorities negotiated with Miller for about two hours before he peacefully surrendered.
Moran said it is important to have a philosophical discussion on whether or not Amtrak is viable on all of its routes in the long term, but he believes that once you’ve committed to a course of action that you should keep your word.
The bomb threat led to the evacuation of the college campus in Highland.
48-year-old Daniel Russo III has been charged in Nemaha County District Court with two counts of sexual exploitation of a child. He is scheduled to make his first appearance in a Nemaha County courtroom on June 4th.
The suspect now awaits extradition to Kansas where he faces a charge related to making terroristic threats.
General Admission tickets are $40 in advance, with VIP passes at $70. Tickets for designated drivers are $20.
Craig Mosher, vice-president for Institutional Advancement at HCC, said students were being evacuated to safe locations until campus buildings can be secured.
The discovery this week brings to a close a 2 ½ year search for Rebar, of Jackson County. The 70-year-old Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation Reservation resident had spent the evening of September 25, 2015 in Jefferson County, at the Meriden VFW. The investigation showed she left the establishment, alone, shortly before 2:00 the next morning. A friend reported Rebar missing five days later.
Jackson County Sheriff Jeff Herrig says it’s possible identification could be made by Friday.
No students suffered any injuries when the bus ran off the road, on the north side of Atchison, around 3:45 the afternoon of April 12.
Following his arrest, 27-year-old Jacob Kenneth Grant was booked into the Jackson County Jail.
Burris was transported by Russell County EMS to Russell Regional Hospital, where he later died.
Herrig said the victim refused medical services, and is identified as the ex-boyfriend of Gonzales, who apparently formerly also served as his caretaker.
The two victims have not been identified, and the Jackson County Coroner has ordered autopsies to be conducted.
The victim suffered no serious injuries, and refused transport for further medical treatment.
It’s not immediately clear what led to the pursuit.
The Patrol says Reynolds was not buckled up.
This is not a day to be out if you can avoid it.
46-year-old Linda Maria Duran was pronounced dead at the scene.
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The Danielle Norwood Show reaches new heights in this airborne video.
Danielle chats with two representatives from the Girl Scouts of America and the Director of the Topeka Zoo opens up about the tragic loss of Tiffany the Gorilla. We also meet a turkey vulture named Lily.
Books, blues and more on the Tuesday, August 8 edition of The Danielle Norwood Show
Actions that can be taken to achieve reductions include shutting off irrigation pivots when it rains, growing more drought-resistant crops and growing a greater variety of crops.
11-year-old Colby Harris called 911 before he died.
The Kansas Highway Patrol is in charge of the investigation and will release further details following notification of family.
Local, community-based talk radio returns to the airwaves with The Danielle Norwood Show
The Republican-dominated Western Governors Association has endorsed the aims of the Endangered Species Act but asked Congress to make changes, including giving states a bigger role and clarifying recovery goals for animals protected by the law.
Kansas Congressman Lynn Jenkins is assailing President Donald Trump for his crude tweet ridiculing a cable news anchor.
The experience should be meaningful for both the student and employer.
Taking the time to carefully plan a summer trip not only saves money, it reduces the risk of encountering problems during the trip.
This law does not address concealed carry on college campuses. That will still be allowed on July 1st.
The man was identified as 19-year-old Adam Perkins of Grantville.
A summary of approved FY18 tuition and required fee rates is available online at kansasregents.org/about/regent_meetings_agendas_and_minutes.
Fort Riley says a 23-year-old soldier who drowned over the weekend while swimming in a lake with his family was from Arizona.
A Wichita man who texted a photo of his dead girlfriend to his family has been sentenced to life in prison for killing her.
A new airport facility in Kansas will serve as a museum to showcase the plane and act as a terminal for airport traffic.
Wichita officials are honoring a city police dog named Rooster who was killed in the line of duty.
Kansas legislators want to have multiple reviews of a plan to build a new state prison before Republican Gov. Sam Brownback’s administration moves forward with the project.
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation is assisting in the case.
Lawmakers are looking at phasing in an increase in spending of at least $230
million over two years in response to a Kansas Supreme Court ruling
A woman has been sentenced to 11 months in prison for stealing from children under her care at a Lawrence group home.
The donation from Doug and Vicki Hill and Edward Jones will be used for to hire faculty and promote growth for the National Strategic Selling Institute in the College of Business Administration.
The three men are accused of conspiring to detonate truck bombs at an apartment complex where Somali immigrants live.
Boston guitarist Gary Pihl spoke with WIBW News Now ahead of the band’s June 4 concert at the Kansas Expocentre
Summer is a great time for children to be active outdoors. However, injuries and illnesses can put a damper on summer fun.
Watch Chef Kyle and Danielle Norwood make Pesto Marinated Pork Chops with Grilled Vegetables & Peppadew Smashed Potatoes
Military spouses may not wear uniforms or enter combat, but they deserve appreciation for their sacrifices.
Topeka Hy-Vee’s Chef Kyle lets us in on his secret pork carnitas recipe
Biking safety is still an issue in the United States.
More information on the event can be found at www.facebook.com/celebrate506070/
Any player who purchases the “Fast 5 Sampler” from 5:00 a.m. to 8:59 p.m. Friday, May 5, will receive all three multipliers for FREE.
Pet owners with animals living outdoors, especially in rural areas, need to be aware of the potential for contact with wildlife.
The archdiocese says it is switching its support to a 22-year-old, Christian-based scouting program, American Heritage Girls.
For the fiscal year to date, the state has collected $4.8 billion in total tax receipts – $53.5 million more than fiscal year to date in April 2016.
A parent who had already been out looking for the child was located in the area and reunited.
Many college students are facing the realization that they will soon be moving back home for the summer.
This means new leadership for each of the three largest school districts in Kansas will begin with the 2017-2018 school year.
The City of Moundridge will follow its Emergency Water Plan to notify customers after a system failure and will keep the public informed until the boil order is rescinded.
Topeka Zoo Educator Rachael Rost is preparing for a 10-day expedition to the Galapagos Islands. Rost will visit the islands in September after being selected by National Geographic and Lindblad Expeditions as a 2017 Grosvenor Teacher Fellow. The trip is meant to give Rost hands-on professional development, which will further enhance her community engagement and education […]
Prescribed fires are an established practice in Kansas to prevent unwanted stands of brush and cedar trees. However, emissions from these burns, particularly in the Flint Hills, are contributing to air quality concerns within the state and in downwind states. Kansas State University air quality scientist Zifei Liu says data collected over the past 15 years shows […]
Kansans in the northeast part of the state are in for a treat as a total eclipse of the sun, visible from northeast Kansas, will occur on August 21st.
The main difference between SB 215 and HB 2178 is the removal of the retroactive implementation of the income tax rate changes to Jan. 1 of 2017.
The Willow Domestic Violence Center, which serves Douglas, Franklin, and Jefferson Counties, is a crisis center for women and families who are victims of domestic abuse.
New moms can successfully ease into an exercise program after giving birth.
TIBA conducts this survey annually to help guide TIBA’s activities and public policies, and to keep the public aware of the small business climate in the area.
The idea is to avoid having new moms develop an all or nothing attitude toward exercising.
Gorsuch has gone through two days of confirmation hearings. The third day is Wednesday.
Knapp says that a weather pattern that produces a half-inch of rain every four or five days is better than a system that produces a larger amount in one day and then nothing for three or four weeks.
A rumored two percent cut to K-12 funding was not presented in committee, but could be offered as an amendment before the full Senate.
TPD will only respond to accidents that are alcohol related, hit and run, or involve injuries.
Prior to the K-State study, meat scientist Travis O’Quinn says there had been no scientific studies looking at the impact of coarse marbling on consumer’s willingness to buy the product.
The 55th Topeka Home Show kicked off Friday at the Kansas Expocentre
Audio of Nick Gosnell’s interview with Economist Michael Austin is inside.
Thanks to sponsors, the Topeka Symphony is able to present these concerts at no charge to the schools or students.
19-year-old Vincent Arreola is a suspect in an attempted robbery at Dollar General on 10th Street on January 19th and an aggravated assault and theft at the SW 37th Street Walmart on January 10th.
According to a release from the state party, the convention will take place Thursday February 9th at Friends University in Wichita.
The Harlem Globetrotters will perform Friday at the Kansas Expocentre
Listen to live coverage of Trump’s inauguration at AM 580, 104.9 FM News or online at WIBWNewsNow.com
Most of the state is under an ice storm warning through Sunday
Kansas Republican Governor Sam Brownback on Tuesday delivered his 2017 State of the State address. Text of that speech, provided by Brownback’s office, is posted below. Mr. Speaker, Madam President, members of the Kansas Supreme Court, members of the Cabinet, and my personal favorite, the First Lady of Kansas Mary Brownback. Also here are my […]
Kansas Lottery prizes must be claimed within 365 days of winning them.
A K-State nutrition specialist gives advice on how to keep your New Year’s health resolutions
Friday’s dry conditions and gusty winds could present a fire danger threat for Topeka
Thursday will be sunny, breezy and mild
A weak cool front will see nighttime temps hit 30 degrees
Wright was Topeka’s Mayor during the 1966 tornado that leveled parts of the city
After reaching a record-setting 68 for the high Sunday in Topeka, temps turn cooler today
Daniel “Big Kansas” Gallemore and Gary “Sharknado” Westphal made an exclusive appearance on the WIBW News Now at Noon show
Unwanted Christmas trees and holiday lights can be dropped off at the Topeka Zoo starting December 26
The spokesperson for a Kansas non-partisan, non-profit initiative says the state’s government has an obligation to transparency and openness
Supergroup December People will perform Saturday at TPAC
A K-State food specialist discusses how to best store Thanksgiving leftovers
Chef Kyle from Topeka’s Hy-Vee stopped by the WIBW News Now studios for a crash course in carving
Tickets and Camping on Sale Now. Low Pre-Sale Pricing Ends November 30
Thirty-two year old Megan Marie Hollister of Horton was taken into custody by the Atchison County Sheriff’s Office on Saturday November 5th.
The Kansas Department of Transportation is utilizing drones in the inspection of bridges and towers throughout the state. “Our Aviation and Bridge inspection teams are doing great work in testing drones to enhance the safety of KDOT workers and improve cost efficiencies,” Acting Transportation Secretary Richard Carlson said in a Monday news release. […]
A panel discussion in Washington D.C. addressed a report that found the U.S. is vulnerable to a range of bio-threats
K-State’s interim president hopes a new class of lawmakers will turn the tide for the state’s universities
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