37-year-old Therese Roever was charged with attempted capital murder on Wednesday.
Starting next year, the minimum age for running for governor will be 18.
26-year-old Emily Glass was booked on two counts of child endangerment.
Fidelity Bank and its owners have donated $1 million toward a new business school at Wichita State University.
Kobach even left the door open to considering Hartman for Lt. Governor.
Wheel spinning and tire squealing would be banned under a bill that has won approval in the Kansas House.
26-year-old Christina Schoenecker of Arlington, KS, died on Monday in Baghdad.
The study says that nearly 80 percent of drivers expressed anger and aggression behind the wheel.
Final approval is expected as soon as Thursday.
The bill was advanced on a voice vote. Final action could come as soon as Thursday.
Watch out for black ice, particularly early this morning, then more precipitation falling starting tonight.
Derby police are investigating the deaths of two men whose bodies were found inside a home.
Karen Capps died when a van hit the back of her vehicle while she was stopped for a funeral procession.
A Kansas doctor is facing a lawsuit that alleges he contributed to a woman’s 2014 fentanyl overdose death.
The resolution says God’s design for gender is determined by biological sex and not by self-perception.
A Kansas case was heard before the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday. “The U.S. Supreme Court hears only about 80 cases a year,” said Lumen “Lou” Mulligan, the Director of the Shook, Hardy & Bacon Center for Excellence in Advocacy at the University of Kansas. “It is an unusual occurrence for a case out of […]
38-year-old Sarah Salinas of St. Marys died at the scene.
The bill would prohibit state colleges from infringing on potentially offensive speech on campuses.
The bill will be voted on for final passage later this week.
19-year-old Jaered Long was sentenced to more than 48 years in prison.
No charges will be filed against officers involved in the January 20th shooting of 17-year-old John Albers.
An Olathe woman is in jail after her children became ill due to taking something “meant to harm them.”
Nitrate in drinking water can come from natural, industrial or agricultural sources. Levels can vary throughout the year. City officials plan to update residents when levels drop.
All other drivers involved in accidents are encouraged to exchange insurance, registration and contact information with one another and come to the Law Enforcement Center (320 S. Kansas Ave Suite 100) after the weather clears to report incidents.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 234-0007.
Any individuals with information about the circumstances of this fire are being asked to please contact Crime Stoppers at (785) 234-0007.
The Wichita Eagle reports that LGBT advocates criticized the resolution.
There is one amendment that is not currently on the bill that will likely be added on the floor if it comes to a vote.
The Wichita Eagle reports the only member of the delegation not supporting Saturday’s event was Sen. Jerry Moran, who was ill with the flu.
For more information on Selzer’s campaign, go to www.kansansforselzer.com/
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for Washington,Marshall,Nemaha,Brown,Clay,Riley,Pottawatomie and Jackson Counties from 6 p.m. this evening to noon on Tuesday.
The Kansas Highway Patrol says the crash happened Sunday when a minivan came to a stop for an unknown reason on Interstate 435 in Leawood, Kansas.
Lucas has brown hair and eyes and weighs about 60 pounds. He was last seen wearing a gray shirt with a bear on it.
It will be a damp Monday and areas to our north and west could have an icy Monday night into Tuesday.
In Round 34 Rishiraj Pandya, Grade 8 at Topeka Collegiate School correctly spelled his winning word – skirling.
Three Topeka men and a juvenile were arrested over the weekend in connection with a robbery and a homicide that occurred last Friday.
Hosmer will sign and eight year deal with a five year opt out option.
The cameras are expected to cost about $100,000.
Douglas County data show about 17 percent of people living in the county are “food insecure,” meaning they have limited or uncertain access to adequate food.
Maximus spokeswoman Lisa Miles said the company immediately instituted a compliance plan and is committed to improvement.
The two victims have not been identified, and the Jackson County Coroner has ordered autopsies to be conducted.
The case was investigated by the Parsons Police Department and Kansas Bureau of Investigation.
Anyone can visit our immunization clinic at 2115 SW 10th Ave during regular clinic hours listed in the article. No appointment is needed.
Sheriff Greg Riat says some of the latest scams involve the caller being told the IRS has a warrant for their arrest and they need to pay money to stop from being arrested.
Before acting on one of these calls, check your records to see if a recent payment has been made. If you are still unsure, call Westar’s Customer Relations Center at 1-800-383-1183 and check your account status.
Laboratory testing samples collected from the City of Linwood indicate no evidence of contamination.
47-year-old Peter Rosen was arrested Wednesday on charges of stalking and violations of a protection from stalking order.
Watkins believes that leadership is serving, and yet it’s more than attaining titles or accolades.
Republican Tyler Tannahill plans on going through with the raffle, even after Wednesday’s mass school shooting.
63-year-old Maximo Campillo-Echevarria was sentenced on Thursday.
Paper ballots can still be electronically tabulated and then followed up with a manual audit to make sure the counter is doing so correctly.
No one has been arrested yet in this case. If you know more about this incident, call Crime Stoppers at 234-0007.
No one was hurt. The investigation continues. If you have any information relating to this crime, call Crime Stoppers at 234-0007.
It’s going to be chilly today, but I think we’ll like the tradeoff for a nice weekend.
Kyle Rohr is reassigned to the central office until his criminal case is resolved.
Auditors concluded last year that its social welfare school overbilled the state’s Medicaid program.
A new report projects that Kansas will collect more than $505 million in additional revenues over the next three years because of changes in federal income tax laws.
ICE Agent Andrew J. Pleviak has pleaded guilty to exceeding authorized access to a government computer.
Justin Price has been accused of not turning over evidence during a narcotics investigation.
The job growth in Rural Mainstreet was about .4 percent, only about one-third as much as in urban areas of the same states.
Syed Ahmed Jamal was housed in Platte County jail after arriving in Kansas City on Wednesday.
Mann sees his as being agriculture’s voice in the Governor’s office.
The university is moving forward with plans despite a legislative committee deciding not to approve funding.
The committee hopes to work the bill at a later date.
18-year-old Conner Shelton, a University of Delaware student from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, has entered the race for governor.
The proposed bill would pay exonerees $80,000 for each year of imprisonment.
48-year-old Jarrod O’Donnell was shot and killed late Saturday.
Arthur Lee Ford IV of Topeka asked Wednesday to withdraw his plea after realizing he could spend nearly 50 years in prison.
Currently Kansas prohibits sex with anyone younger than 16, even if both people are the same age.
Some light mist could cause wet pavement early today, but no real measurable moisture is expected.
If you have any information on this incident, call Crime Stoppers at 234-0007.
Mann spoke about service and humility in his speech following his swearing in.
The details of the settlement are confidential because the girl is a minor.
Some activists were thrown out of Tuesday’s city council meeting.
To find out the latest gas prices where you’re going, go to gasprices.aaa.com.
Ultimately, there was enough support for having some regulation of the substance that the bill has been advanced for final passage.
The IRS Criminal Investigation division continues its investigation into the scope and breadth of this scheme.
Enjoy today and tomorrow, because temperatures will go back down the rollercoaster Thursday night.
Thirty-eight-year-old Matthew Scott Barr of Carbondale and 35-year-old Shawna Marie Valentine of Osage City were arrested.
Ryckman noted that Article 6 does not specify K-12, so there is consideration to broadening the meaning to include other educational opportunities, if they can get a vote to the people.
Mann will be sworn in on Wednesday afternoon.
Local musician Jarrod Guth performs live in studio!
The lawsuit filed Monday accuses the city of Pittsburg of tolerating an atmosphere of sexual misconduct .
The Senate Judiciary Committee is considering bills to clarify how officers should handle cases in which a suspect refuses testing.
The nomination process is free and open to the public and neither you, nor the nominee, needs to be an AARP member.
Mike Fulton will be the superintendent for the Shawnee Mission School District.
Allen Thomas Schroeder Jr. pleaded guilty on Monday to second-degree attempted murder.
All Attorneys General from the 56 states and territories have sent a letter to Congress regarding workplace sexual harassment.
Attorneys for Syed Ahmed Jamal say he is currently being held at a Honolulu detention center.
Investigators are unable to discover the cause of a fire that killed a Kansas mother and her four children.
Terran Woolley attempted to enter his 3-year-old dog, Angus, into the race for governor.
There is an argument to be made that even setting aside base state aid per pupil, which the blog post did not address, that the reason school finance litigation hasn’t stopped is because the Legislature hasn’t kept its previous promises.
48-year-old Jarrod O’Donnell was found dead late Saturday.
The origin of the fire was in the basement of the residence in the central living area of the basement. There were no smoke alarms found in the residence.
A nice midweek warmup is in store.
According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, 60-year-old Christopher Fisher was southbound on K7 just before 10:30 a.m. when he tried to enter the ramp to westbound K10, in Olathe in his 2003 Ford F550 and entered the ramp too fast, causing him to lose control.
Regardless of whether it’s the supplier or KDHE that announces a boil water advisory, KDHE will issue the rescind order following testing at a certified laboratory.
Anyone with information on this incident is asked to contact Crime Stoppers of Lawrence and Douglas County at (785)843-TIPS.
A man convicted in Kansas now faces trial in Mississippi over a series of shootings and killings.