A state lawmaker from southeast Kansas has won re-election after canvasses in his House district confirmed the victory.
Kansas City, Kansas, police say a sword-wielding man was shot to death after he threatened people with a sword.
Scranton had 44 water main breaks last year, enduring an average of more than three pipeline cracks per month.
She made her $4,000 bond and had a first court appearance scheduled for Nov. 17.
The new forecast is widely expected to be more pessimistic.
The nonprofit groups are waiting to see what new rules lawmakers will write for the raffles during the next legislative session.
The school hopes to be using the new jet by the end of this year.
It’s unclear what caused the wreck. The man’s identity hasn’t been released.
The analysis is in Monday’s Pediatrics online.
Vetfran making it its mission to help veterans become business owners as a “thank you ” for their service.
Experts will talk about the appropriateness of using equipment usually reserved for battlefields in neighborhoods.
A woman accused of robbing a convenience store while dressed as batman has been caught by police.
“The level of anxiety is perhaps not matched by the actual level of risk,” Hunt said.
The school was not expecting the child because the preschooler’s parent had called about the child having an appointment.
The suspect died at the scene, but no officers were injured.
The money for the event was raised at a 20-30 gala last fall.
A new, more pessimistic forecast would cause the gaps between anticipated revenues and spending commitments to grow.
the states have no authority to demand the federal government apply the citizenship proof requirements to the federal form.
President George H.W. Bush considered not running for re-election in 1992.
Americans held in North Korea are set to finally return back to the States.
Santa Claus makes early appearance in Capital City
Hutchinson will soon be home of a $35 million plant that refurbishes rail cars.
Kansas has revoked a male nurse’s license after he was charged with sexually abusing three patients.
Board president Matthew Joyce said students and teachers alike have complained about the Internet connection at the high school.
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