An investigation is continuing.
Another defendant was sentenced to 19 months in prison after pleading guilty to misdemeanor theft. A third still faces trial.
Brownback announced Thursday that the new judge is Terri Johnson of Fort Scott.
It’s unclear how much fuel leaked.
Charges stem from the kidnapping of an 8 year old girl in 2012.
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Delay due to appeal of petition being declared invalid.
Prosecutors say a man has punched his defense attorney during his rape trial in northeast Kansas.
The KCC and natural gas companies are working together to find a way to replace aging gas pipes in a less expensive way.
At least two people have been hospitalized after a tank car explosion in Atchision Thursday afternoon.
An attorney for a Kansas doctor has told the state’s medical board that it should allow her to regain her license.
Kansas has started issuing gender-neutral marriage forms amid ongoing litigation over its same-sex marriage ban.
The woman told police she didn’t know the suspect.
Brownback said during an interview Wednesday that he wouldn’t say yet that the state’s budget problems will prevent raises for state employe…
Police continue to search for a man who stole hundreds of thousands of dollars of collectible comic books from a northwest Wichita store.
Will remain on interim suspension as the school continues an investigation of alleged sexual assaults occurring at the house.
Utility officials say they have short- and long-term fixes to combat sewage smells wafting through Park City.
A government report forecasts cotton production in Kansas this year at 52,000 bales, up 27 percent from a year ago.
Has been sentenced to 20 years in federal prison after pleading guilty in a child porn case.
Charged with felony animal abuse and animal neglect after her dog was abused so severely that his eyes had to be surgically removed.
A $54 million renovation and expansion of Wichita’s Union Station officially begins Thursday.
Is facing federal charges of defrauding Nigerian graduate students recruited to attend the school.
The Topeka site commemorates the 1954 Supreme Court decision that ended separate-but-equal school segregation in the United States.
This year is the 25th anniversary of the American Health Ranking’s report, now leaving Kansas at 27th healthiest state in the nation.
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