Planned time is very very important to teachers success and to students success
Junction City is coming back from a successful 2014 campaign, one in which they saw themselves in the playoffs for the first time since 2010…
Tracking a stretch of hot, humid weather for the week ahead.
Tracking very similar weather to what we’ve seen the past few days. Rain will be moving back in by Labor Day.
The blue-green algae problem has increased at Milford Lake this weekend.
A federal jury found Matthew Williams, 47, guilty of stealing his father’s identity to apply for a loan to buy a $490,000 house in Shawnee.
The retail giant says the associates will work at the new Walmart Neighborhood Market.
Under the new system, only parents can login and access their child’s bus stop times, locations and any route changes.
The governor is going on a two-day agricultural tour of Kansas.
A Kansas man cannot work as a roofer until a lawsuit against him is settled.
The details matter in a first impression. But things like handshakes, eye contact and standing confidently aren’t often taught in schools.
A 21-year-old Junction City man has been arrested after police say he phoned in a bomb threat in Manhattan.
Details surrounding the crash are still uncertain.
Now is the time to take a Hunter Ed class before new seasons start just weeks from now.
“Healthy Moms, Healthy Babies” program was launched in Geary County in 2011.
The district is one of several around the state facing tough questions when recruiting.
tackling tough issues facing their communities like alcohol, car safety and drugs.
A pesky problem has cropped up once again at Milford Lake: Blue-green algae.
Camp helps boost confidence and independence of attendees.
Eight Geary County schools getting upgraded play, educational and security facilities.
No tornado – but the sirens went off anyway in the middle of the night.
Campus named for Kansas native and retired US Army general.
Webster is believed to be a part of the Sovereign Citizen movement, a group that believes that the U.S. Government is unlawful.
Geary and Riley Counties avoid $1.6B economic hit.
Teachers’ contracts still under negotiation.