Was booked into Douglas County Jail early Monday morning.
Apologized in court and said he didn’t know why he committed the crimes.
Kansas City police say officers were involved in a non-fatal shooting while investigating an earlier shooting.
Two of the top administrators in western Kansas’ Ford County are planning to retire.
Two men are in jail after mutilating a cow.
Republican Gov. Sam Brownback’s $4.1 billion plan to overhaul public school funding has passed through the Senate.
Reverend Philip Hollis, Pastor of Faith Family Life Center in Topeka, was killed in a motorcycle accident last Friday.
The Junction City Police Department has identified the victim in Sundays homicide.
Kansas wildlife investigators have closed the case of several animals being found skinned last week in Osage County.
The number of students who enrolled in the Kansas higher education system dropped slightly in 2014.
Kansas renewable energy plants would lose their exemption to property tax under a bill discussed by a Senate panel.
The House Federal and State Affairs Committee endorsed the bill Monday.
Wind blew a controlled burn that began in Elwood, Kansas, across the Missouri River and burned thousands of acres in and near St. Joseph.
For two homicides he is charged with committing during the same week in 2009.
A seatbelt citation campaign aimed at teenagers resulted in more than twice as many citations this year than in 2014.
A suspended Topeka birthing center is in talks with two hospitals as it seeks to reopen.
Jeffrey Williams is charged with two counts of first-degree assault.
She said she thought they were “kidding at first.”
Police have found the body of a woman in her home.
The Red Flag Warning also impacts those counties bordering on the west and north sides of Shawnee County.
The concern is that damages awarded in court could run into the millions.
The victim’s name has not been released.
Authorities say they have made an arrest in the shooting of two officers outside the Ferguson Police Department.
Under current law, a second marijuana possession charge is a felony resulting in as many as 42 months behind bars.
The 33rd Kansas Law Enforcement Memorial will be holding a candle light vigil at the Kansas Statehouse.