11-year-old Colby Harris called 911 before he died.
Senators are waiting on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to let them know the direction they are headed.
The final provisions of the Senate version of the bill are still unclear.
A commerce department representative didn’t immediately return a call from The Associated Press seeking comment.
The American Chemical Society, which has 157,000 members, is a nonprofit organization that supports scientific inquiry in the field of chemistry.
Danielle welcomes many guests on the program including Richie Wolfe, an Olathe man who is on a cross county bike ride to raise money for Restoration House of Greater Kansas City.
Topeka’s Ad Astra Theatre Ensemble will hold the 24-Hour Play Festival and Fundraiser on Saturday at Washburn University
The CABHI-Kansas teams utilize evidence-based practices to provide the best services and outcomes for the clients they serve.
Joseph Mattox was convicted of killing the woman who was left to die in the trunk of a car
Since June 2016, Kansas lost 4,000 seasonally adjusted total nonfarm jobs and 4,000 private sector jobs.
The employees say they left because budget constraints, lack of staff training and job responsibility changes put animals at risk.
A utility worker had just restored power to the area and called 911 after seeing smoke coming from the house
Ethan Corson worked on voter protection litigation for former President Barack Obama’s second campaign
The fire at Pauline South Intermediate School scorched two metal jungle gyms
The injuries suffered while fighting a blaze in a SE Topeka storage shed were minor and the firefighter has been released from the hospital
Police say the woman has, at this point, not been charged in the shooting
Revisit the July 20, 2017 edition of The Danielle Norwood Show
The agencies will patrol city, rural, state, and federal highways.
Curtis Sneden, Executive VP of the Topeka Chamber, joins the first part of the program. John Mugler and Eddie Lee from the YMCA talk about the Buckets Not Bullets Program.
An automated system designed to notify crime victims when an offender has a change in custody status has been implemented in more than half of the counties across the state, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said today. County-by-county implementation of the Kansas Victim Information and Notification Everyday (VINE) system began in March 2016. “Kansas VINE […]
AAA Kansas responded to almost 1000 calls so far this week.
Police say the 62-year-old victim was fatally shot by his stepson
Super Kansas Cash Jackpot Hits New High of $3.49 Million
The city says crews are working to repair a major water main break that left most of Emporia without water
A spokesperson for the Kansas Dept. of Corrections says the victim received “several puncture wounds in an inmate-on-inmate altercation”
Police say two people were caught after running away from the scene and determined one of them was not involved in the robbery
Dangerous heat and humidity today across much of Kansas as an excessive heat warning continues. Heat index values could top 110 degrees.
Police say little is known about the shooting that left one person injured
The Kansas Highway Patrol is in charge of the investigation and will release further details following notification of family.
Brownback said, “We are moving from a ‘conserve and extend’ vision to sustainability.”
KDOR’s Taxpayer Assistance Center is also available to help customers through walk up (120 SE 10th Street Topeka, Kan) or call in (785-296-6121) service.
The next meeting will likely be in the first half of September.
The lawsuit was filed by Kansas sex offenders confined indefinitely in a state program for post-prison mental health treatment
The number used in the infographic comes from the 2016 Kansas Statistical Abstract, based on 2015 estimates.
The public is invited to the Jayhawk Theater Wednesday night to hear from the five candidates running for mayor of Topeka
A local veterans advocate is taking steps to honor Topekans who have served in the military
This would be a less blunt instrument than forcing a special session or closing the schools.
The associate pastor of two KCK area churches was suspended over accusations of “boundary violations.”
Moran’s opposition to the GOP health care overhaul saw Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell abandon the bill
A man living across the street from the home in the 1100 block of NE Winfield says he helped the woman outside and went back in for two of her kittens
Scattered storms have developed and they may continue through mid to late morning.
Police say the victim was not seriously injured in the attack
The Noontime Brown Bag Concert Series, hosted by DTI, will last from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Wednesday. Concerts are scheduled every Wednesday until August 30th.
Check out interviews with Noni Creamer with Topeka City of Character. DTI’s Michelle Cuevas-Stubblefield and local musicians Mantra Tonic
The next drawing for Super Kansas Cash is Wednesday night.
The court did not say when a decision might be made, or if a remedy might include requiring the legislature to return for a special session.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment says several people in Sedgwick County may have been exposed to the illness
The Board of Healing Arts moved to revoke the license of Dr. Ann Kristin Neuhaus for the third time since 2012
Police say the children – a 3-year-old and 11-month-old – were not seriously harmed
The oral arguments in Gannon are underway.
The motion to send the letter was approved 3-0.
Police on Tuesday morning were chasing down the suspect involved in an armed robbery at a gas station in Southwest Topeka. The Murphy’s Express, located at 1531 SW Wanamaker, was robbed around 5:30 a.m. The robbery was allegedly committed by a young black male armed with a knife. The suspect stole cash and fled on […]
A Shawnee County jury found Christopher Patillo Jr. guilty of a murder committed when he was 16-years-old
The Front Men of Country Music features three of country music’s most well-known vocalists
In a statement released Tuesday, U.S. Senator Jerry Moran said he was looking for a more transparent legislative process.
There were no injuries reported in the Monday afternoon blaze
Authorities say the suspect broke into a home and threatened to harm the victim
Kansas, Texas Tech, Oklahoma, TCU and Iowa State meet the media for the Big 12 football’s unofficial kickoff.
Drawings are held three times a week.
Few details surrounding the homicide have been released
28-year-old Marquis Young says he was drinking and doesn’t remember what happened the night before the baby was found
Great Bend native Ty Cobb was hired by the White House last week
Jenkins was pronounced dead at the scene.
Local, community-based talk radio returns to the airwaves with The Danielle Norwood Show
Hot and dry across much of this week in northeast Kansas.
The World War II era plane crashed Sunday morning
Kobach believes people have a right to know what their representative is doing when they make a decision or cast a vote.
Givens, the first woman and first African-American president of the college, was hired in 2011.
Misty Salem’s sentencing is scheduled for Aug. 25.
Neither motorcyclist was wearing a helmet.
Forty-one teams from seven states around the Midwest will compete in the “C” division of the tournament from July 19-22
On Monday, July 17th voters may vote in person in the Shawnee County Election Office for the 2017 Primary Election for the office of Topeka Mayor.
Five passengers were riding in a stolen truck when it crashed on Sunday. Four have now been pronounced dead.
Kobach considers their arguments to be stretching the meaning of the statute.
Current interim city manager Doug Gerber is among those who will interview for the position later this month
The Escobar family is celebrating 30 years of feeding first-day fiesta goers
Police say the woman posed as a health care worker when she entered the victim’s apartment and stole the drugs
A log book shows two fights and a fire occurred during a late June incident at El Dorado Correctional Facility
Scattered showers will diminish this morning, and will leave behind the coolest day in a while.
The utility says power should be restored by 11 a.m. Friday
The Manhattan Fire Department was able to contain the leak late Wednesday afternoon, but the pool remains closed for now.
$3.36 million jackpot up for grabs Friday night
Steve Wolgast says if the article’s headline is outrageous or sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
The top states in college completion spent an average of $16,558 per pupil in 2015. Kansas ranks just 31st in total funding per pupil, at $12,055.
The Pattons agreed to a payment of $10,000 to the City, secured the home and cleaned up the yard, and submitted documentation of the sale of the property.
Wichita School District spokeswoman Susan Arensman says she is a teacher at Enders Open Magnet Elementary School.
The 25-year-old appears to have died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound
The KBI says the officer shot the suspect after an “altercation,” but the agency would not give any additional details
A frontal boundary with an outflow boundary is interacting with moisture coming in from the south this morning, this will allow for some storms to develop.
No one was injured after trash being burned inside a pool caused an explosion that rocked a southeast Topeka neighborhood
Nine Topeka-area teens helped kick off the 2017 Fiesta Mexicana with the Alpha Media Youth Talent Contest
A state health department spokesperson says the federal agency that oversees Medicare and Medicaid is satisfied with the progress Kansas has made with KanCare
It’s vital for kids to read over the summer to keep their skills sharp.
The fiery crash involving two tractor-trailers and two passenger vehicles shutdown a portion of I-70 for several hours
For more information on spear phishing and how to avoid it, go to irs.gov.
The driver of the truck suffered minor burns on his arms, back and neck. He tells WIBW News Now the truck was running fine before it burst into flames.
Jusiah Gabhart is four feet tall and weighs 50 pounds with brown hair and hazel eyes. He was wearing a white T shirt, white basketball shorts, blue and black shoes.
Showers will end this morning in the counties along the Kansas-Nebraska border. No relief today for the rest of the area.
Those include that expected better business conditions fell 6 points in the national survey, while expected sales dropped 5 points.