Both vehicles caught on fire in the middle of the roadway, causing westbound I-70 to shut down for nearly 12 hours.
Police said that the suspect fled on foot, but a description wasn’t immediately available.
Fewer than five percent of Kansas freshman met college admission standards last year.
Her vehicle crossed the median and went into the ravine in the north drainage ditch on i-70.
Hundreds spent the afternoon dancing for a cause.
Liberal, Kansas prepares for 66th International Pancake Day.
Twp payday loan companies agree to pay $21 million to settle federal claims that they misled consumers.
The man had likely been dead for a couple of days before his body was found by a man who had been walking in the area with his daughter.
The U.S. attorney’s office wants to compare the defendant’s DNA to the sisters of the child he is accused of impersonating, David Pena.
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The court vacated his life sentence because it was imposed under a sentencing previously found to be unconstitutional.
The victim told police she was cut by a known person she had been staying with.
The victim has been identified as James M Reeder Jr.
Brownback’s proposal would raise tax on cigarettes.
Time running out on comments to controversial pipeline
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Details of visit expected next week.
The case will be argued in April and a decision is expected by late June.
He was found not to be in danger and with no injuries, however, suffering from vehicle trouble.
Latest budget-balancing proposals divert $385 million from state highway projects over three years.
The state provided $3.8 million as recently as 2008.
The governor outlined spending plans Friday that would rebuild the state’s cash reserves.
Proposals for balancing the state budget.
Would keep overall state aid to public schools near current levels through June 2017.