The state’s self-defense law is in legal limbo while the Kansas Supreme Court prepares to consider the issue
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Steven Chrisshawn Bell was ordered to serve up to 15 years in the Kansas Dept. of Corrections
A proposal that would require all state universities to add a notation on a student’s transcript if the student is expelled for sexual violence has been dropped
A generally dry week, with the exception of Tuesday night into Wednesday. Some storms in Central Kansas could be severe Tuesday night.
One person remains hospitalized a few days after a chemical spill sent a noxious chemical cloud over a northeast Kansas town
The Election Office is open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday this week at 3420 SW Van Buren Street in Topeka.
Kansas hasn’t executed anyone in more than 50 years, although 10 men are on the state’s death row.
12 Kansas counties will receive federal aid after storms brought widespread damage and flooding
Creighton University’s Rural Main Street index is at its lowest level since April of 2009 at 31.8.
Schools and other buildings in the city were evacuated for more than two hours
Over the year, Kansas lost 5,900 seasonally adjusted total nonfarm jobs. Kansas lost 6,300 private sector jobs since September 2015.
Kansas Sen. Jerry Moran is saying that he’ll accept this year’s election results and will encourage all candidates for office to do the same
New DNA collection and testing technology prompted investigators to reopen the nearly 30-year-old cold case
The victim suffered non-life threatening injuries
A former pastor is accused of trying to choke a 4-month-old baby he didn’t know at a Kansas City-area Wal-Mart
No injuries or damages were reported in the quake
The man admitted to child endangerment after a 2-year-old ended up with an octopus lodged in his throat
Democrat Patrick Weisner believes that the process the Federal government is using right now to fund itself needs to change.
The suspect was arrested by federal agents at a bus station in Bluefield, WV
Three members of a militia group called the Crusaders were charged with conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction
Kansas AG Derek Schmidt withdrew a court brief citing the Dred Scott decision to support state’s stance on abortions
U.S. Justice Department officials say Kathleen Stegman diverted hundreds of thousands of dollars from her company, Midwest Medical Aesthetics, for her personal use
Republican Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback talks elections, school funding and more during this exclusive interview
Andrew Blair will spend more than a year in prison and 2 years probation for his role in a plot to bomb Fort Riley
Bystanders subdued and held the suspect until police arrived
Haskell President Venida Chenault was accused of nepotism for supervising her son while he served as acting dean of students
St. Francis Hospital staff called police after the victim arrived by private vehicle
Police received several reports of gunshots from Topeka’s Elmhurst neighborhood
The Smithsonian has started a Kickstarter fundraising drive to repair the iconic slippers from 1939’s “The Wizard of Oz”
The 32-year-old Holton woman is held on $100,000 bond
Early completion means no more overnight closures for the busy SW Topeka street
The former Johnson County elections commissioner is accused of having an inner-office affair and misusing public funds
The former guard at Leavenworth took money from inmates for tobacco
Several people were arrested on trafficking charges during an FBI-led investigation in NE Kansas and Kansas City
Monday’s fire marks the third suspected arson in the mobile home park in six months
The suspect is believed to be headed to Kansas and authorities say the child is in imminent danger
A second Hutchinson prison inmate has pleaded guilty to helping smuggle cellphones into the prison. Bryant Colbert pleaded guilty Friday to trafficking contraband in a correctional facility and conspiracy to traffic contraband. He’s scheduled to be sentenced November 18. The Hutchinson News reports another inmate, Kevin Wilson, and a former food service worker, Janet Gutierrez, […]
The fire in southwest Topeka caused at least $18,000 in damages
Democrats and moderate Republicans have boosted their campaigns for the Kansas Legislature.
Kansas voters next month will decide the fate of a proposed amendment.
The Kansas secretary of state wants a federal court to set aside a default judgment against him for failing to file a timely response to a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a state law requiring prospective voters to prove they are U.S. citizens. A federal court clerk earlier this week entered Secretary of State Kris […]
The men belonged to a small militant group called “The Crusaders”
The owners of NOTO’s Norsemen Brewing Company joined the WIBW News Now at Noon show to talk about their grand opening celebration
Compost materials are layered and should be turned about once a month – even during the winter months.
November 13th is the peak for car-deer accidents in Kansas, but they increase throughout October into November.
A container with a HazMat sticker was found Friday morning in downtown Topeka
An agreement reached with the Missouri Public Service Commission will protect customers from any negative impacts from the merger
Clinton’s comments were revealed by WikiLeaks in a hack of the Clinton campaign chairman’s personal account
Four Kansas children have died in accidental shootings since January 2014, including the 3-year-old son of a sheriff’s deputy
Three people were taken to local hospitals.
Starting Sunday night, parts of Wanamaker will be closed from 9 p.m. – 7 a.m.
The truck hit a person walking along the Oakland Expressway
The season 12 premiere starts at 8 p.m. at Liberty Hall in Lawrence
The students were admitted through an alternative process after failing to meet the school’s new and tougher standards
The owner and publisher of “seveneightfive magazine” speaks out over similarities between bridal magazine title
The deputy from Sedgwick County was booked into jail on Wednesday
A chilly Thursday before a weekend warmup.
A move by Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach to allow the state to enforce its proof-of-citizenship requirement for some new voters has prompted another attempt to block him
Both suspects are being held on $1 million bond
The officers were on patrol in North Topeka when they saw the suspect attack and rob his victim
If the judgment against Sec. of State Kobach stands, it would entirely strike down the state’s proof-of-citizenship requirement
Early morning showers will leave clouds and a breeze behind, making today cool.
The Cherryvale Police Dept., are taking an interesting approach in the hunt for a meth user
The 22-year-old woman admitted she tried to hide the gun her boyfriend used in the fatal shooting of a teenage girl
The 28-year-old victim died after being taken to an area hospital
The Kansas attorney general says KU can’t ban guns from buildings containing explosive materials
The GOP-dominated Legislature’s top seven leaders decided Tuesday to budget for an additional 10 days in session for 2017
A tax exemption enabling business owners to pay no state tax on business income is a boon to many Kansas lawmakers
Post includes an audio interview with Kansas Department of Revenue Director of Central Office Operations Lisa Kaspar
The employee alleges in a lawsuit that she was demoted from her job as a student counselor after trying to help a student who said she was raped
The persons of interest are being held in Jackson County, Missouri
The company halted production on the device after replacement phones were catching fire
AG Derek Schmidt says there’s been a “significant rise” in high-grade marijuana and edibles coming across the Colorado border
The Coast Guard says the spill happened Monday night when a towing vessel’s fuel tank ruptured
Blue Bell Creameries is recalling all of its ice cream products that contain cookie dough from an Iowa-based supplier
If you know more about this shooting, call Crime Stoppers at 234-0007.
Miller is interested in the marginal effect of the tape, in other words, who will or won’t show up to vote because of this.
Weather officials say early information shows that more than a half-dozen tornadoes touched down in Kansas last week
Whole Foods stores in Kansas and Colorado have pulled the product over Salmonella concerns
Recent court decisions have made it a lot easier to vote in Kansas, but time is running out for people to register.
Some GOP lawmakers are promising more aggressive budget oversight
The Kansas State Wildcats got into the win column in Big 12 play Saturday night as they defeated the Texas Tech Red Raiders 44-38 at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Thirteen fourth-quarter points for the Wildcats were the difference as a last-ditch effort by the visiting Red Raiders fell short. A wild first half saw seven […]
The vehicle went off-road and landed upside down in a foot of water
Schmidt’s visit was sponsored by the Conference of Western Attorneys General, not by Kansas tax money.
Simon Nigel Pohl was sentenced to more than two years in prison for criminal use of explosives and possession of methamphetamine
A recent Wichita State University report says Kansas could see more than 12,000 new non-farm jobs in the coming year
The district’s spokesman responds to rumors of an unspecified threat at Washburn Rural Middle School
“The Musical Genius of Moscow, Kansas” will be shown twice tonight at the NOTO Arts Center
No one was injured in the storms, but at least one home was destroyed in Saline County
A 30-year-old Kansas woman has pleaded guilty to charges in the death of her 7-year-old stepson whose remains were found among the family’s pigs
Officials are expecting massive power outages across the region once Matthew hits full-force
The electronic permit system has been in place for two years.
Wagoner’s remains are to be flown Friday to Wichita.
Flash floods were reported in Woodson County, extensive power outages in Salina and Abiline
A chemical spilled at a Kansas plant, sending about a half dozen people to the hospital
The policy prohibits tattoos that are visible on areas of a trooper’s body not covered by the uniform
Native American mascots are popular among Kansas high schools even as a national debate brews over whether they should be eliminated
Authorities arrested the suspect during a traffic stop in Cleveland
John Gamber died Wednesday.