More than 40 counties have 50 percent or less of the capacity needed based on the number of children in their county under the age of 6.
Their social media campaign was called “React To End Holiday Hunger.” Money was donated for each reaction to the Facebook posts.
Justin Brokar from HHHS and Jasper the dog join the program!
The Chabad Centers of Kansas are hosting a Chanukah celebration Monday at the Kansas State Capitol. Light Up The Night will begin at 4:30 p.m.
The facility will be a full football field and an indoor track of 8 lanes for track and field.
Local blues artist Cleveland Blue performs live in studio!
Royals ink two right handed pitchers.
The address to forward the email to is firstname.lastname@example.org. You should then delete the email.
A tip led the Abilene Police Department to find the bear in a Salina garage.
Bandt Haehn, who worked for the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services, was accused of soliciting sex from co-worker.
If you know anything about this robbery, call Crime Stoppers at 234-0007.
A cool stretch to end the work week before a nice Saturday.
Following GO Topeka’s incentive guidelines, IMI will be receiving up to $180,000 based on the performance of the company’s jobs created and investments in capital.
District Attorney Steve Howe said Wednesday that Kansas City, Kansas, police Capt. Michael Howell saved innocent lives during the confrontation on Nov. 26.
We recap the high school slate of games from Tuesday and look at the sub state changes this year for 6A and 5A
The new leader at the Kansas Department for Children and Families has promised a thorough review of the state’s foster care system.
The last day to put money in those kettles is a week from Saturday, December 23rd.
Ge the latest news on KSU hoops and KSU football recruiting.
Ninety-five percent of adult smokers started before they were 21.
The university announced the gift from William Bradley Jr. to the KU Endowment on Wednesday.
Patrick Wayne Miller is being held in the Jackson County Jail on $1,000,000 bond.
“New, new, new, bigger, better than ever and all free.” In today’s world economies that’s saying quite a bit. “It’s the 23rd annual Wichita Farm and Ranch Show,” announced Brock Nelson, another new for the show. Nelson is now serving as show director for Tradexpos, Inc., coordinating firm for the big agriculture attraction. A month […]
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.
If convicted, the defendants face up to 20 years in federal prison and a fine up to $250,000.
The reason why teaching personal finance in school is vital is because most adults haven’t learned it.
The treatment is designed to silence the gene that produces a protein that kills brain cells.
Apple plans to return to a private construction business he and his wife Debbie started in 1983.
Lady Scots, Chargers, Vikings with the big wins on Tuesday night…
The unseasonable warmth comes back for one more day, but then we head downward toward the weekend.
Early season standouts on the court and on the mat.
Get the latest news and headlines on all things Chiefs
Nearly 33,000 students will be trained in CPR across the state.
Where does the Big 12 rank in terms of conferences across the country.
For additional information about these cases, visit kansascollegerapist.com.
Lawrence officers arrived after receiving reports about a male in the street firing handgun rounds into the air.
Valeo representatives join the show to discuss seasonal depression.
The deputy who shot and killed William Holmes believed another officer was in danger.
The Index gained 3.7 points in November, a sharp increase over what was already a near-record performance the previous month.
Authorities say Brett Hageman was burnt in fire that he started to stay warm.
Attorney General Derek Schmidt said the company failed to secure or dispose of patient records before closing.
Talking boys hoops after the first handful of games…
The Kansas Mission of Mercy clinic is planned for February 9 and 10.
For more tips please visit, www.mouthhealthy.org.
Sunny and bright Tuesday and Wednesday, with a slight chance of welcome moisture Thursday.
This is the fourth death penalty case to exhaust direct appeals since the Kansas Legislature reinstated the death penalty in 1994. The others are State v. Sidney Gleason, State v. Gary Kleypas and State v. John Robinson.
David Cornell Bennett, Jr. was charged with the crimes in connection with the November 2013 deaths of Cami Umbarger and her three minor children in Parsons.
All three were taken to a local hospital for treatment and all were wearing their seatbelts. The accident remains under investigation.
The victim’s name is being withheld pending notification of family. The exact cause of the fire and the death are under investigation.
The City is seeking assistance from the Department of Justice in facilitating community discussion related to the case.
Members form USD 501 discuss how people in our community can help those students out who have lunch debts.
There will also be a brand new website at everytrycounts.gov to help smokers with further resources to help with quitting.
58-year-old Raymond A. Urbanek of Lawrence was driving his 2006 Chevy Silverado just before 7 p.m. Sunday night when it left the road to the right and overturned.
Randy Gibson was fatally shot by another man who lived in the same house.
With over 1900 fatalities in Kansas since 2013, it is really about getting back to basics to make yourself safer on the road.
41-year-old Mahogany Jaelene Payne was sentenced on Friday.
Looking back at last week’s action…
Constitution Hall played an important role during the fight over whether Kansas would enter the Union as a free or slave state.
In the event where an elephant is sick or injured, if it stays lying down for too long, body processes can begin that may cause the elephant to die.
The professors have been placed on paid leave amid an investigation into the illegal recording of a nude or partially clothed person.
The raffle has been a sellout in each of the eight years it has been offered.
65-year-old Kent Lindemuth, who was charged with more than 100 counts of bankruptcy fraud, was found not guilty.
The exact time of the crash is unknown.
The accident remains under investigation.
All but a handful of counties in Kansas are under a Red Flag Warning today.
Jordan Lee Thornton remains in custody in the Jackson County Jail.
Pringles and Barnes earn co-offensive MVP awards.
Devils shoot 50 percent from the field and they net 14 three pointers.
Chiefs get the run game going as Hunt rushes for 116 yards in the win.
Wildcats shoot 32 percent from the field and just 4-31 from three.
Blue leads Washburn with 18 points.
Ichabods snap eight game losing streak to Lopers.
Starting in 2018, International Social Service and Saint Francis will conduct joint information sessions for Kansas social workers, judges,
lawyers and other child protection professionals, focusing on the international processes required to reunify children with their families
Freeman’s sentencing is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. February 22, 2018.
Seventy-five-year-old Catherine A. Duncan of Netawaka died Friday night in Kansas City.
Officials representing local governments voiced their concerns about the new law to an interim legislative committee Thursday.
State auditors will release another review of the program next week.
Spirit officials confirmed the death of Sammy Barnett in a statement Friday.
Twenty-year-old Keith Hawkins will serve life in prison without parole after entering the plea deal Friday.
Authorities have said the suspect confronted the deputy and eventually went for his gun.
Members of the Topeka Rescue Mission join the program to discuss all they do in the community.
Wise and Dineen Land on second team for AP’s all Big 12 team.
If Kansas would just go to the national average and not do any more, that could add up to a 10 percent reduction in the number of people in prison.
44-year-old Kelly Farr of Scott County was sentenced on Wednesday.
Lamonte McIntyre was offered a full scholarship to Metropolitan Community College.
Cold nights and cool days stick around for awhile, but Sunday should be nice.
Investigators from the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office and Kansas Bureau of Investigations are currently investigating the incident as a homicide.
Perla Rodriguez, outreach director for the Wichita Area Sexual Assault Center, was found dead in her home Nov. 14. Her boyfriend, 37-year-old Travis Becker Jr., has been charged with first-degree murder.
For more information on what to ask when you get your financial checkup, go to fidelity.com/frontseat.
Sedgwick County officials and opponents of the plant say they believe Tyson wouldn’t come to the county without an offer of tax breaks or other financial subsidies.
This could make broadband more accessible, because towers could be fewer and farther apart and so cost would not be as much to build in rural areas. There are ‘white spaces’ in the television spectrum where this can be tried, if the FCC approves the use.
Thirty-six-year-old Demond Robins was sentenced Wednesday for conspiracy to distribute cocaine and conspiracy to commit money laundering.
Tiffany McMannis from Washburn discusses how to eat healthy during the holidays.
Two members of the Kansas delegation, Roger Marshall and Lynn Jenkins, have signed on as cosponsors thus far.
The judge said prosecutor Terra Morehead threatened a witness and belatedly disclosed evidence.
Chef Kyle joins the show and brings some Christmas desserts!
43-year-old Donald Dugan was arrested on Wednesday.
Get the latest bowl vibe from Tim Fitzgerald and how excited are K-State fans for the Cactus bowl.
Hear the latest on the football and high school basketball scene in the Capital City.
Washburn rallies from 14 down to take down Tigers.
The cold snap we felt Wednesday night will stay through tonight.