The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has a new director.
“We are done on December 24th and it is imperative that we reach our red kettle goal in support of the coming year’s budget.”
Tickets are $7, available at the southeast entrance 30 minutes before each session.
“Any time you put a profit motive in a state service, it’s a problem,” she said.
Cuba is a natural market for U.S. wheat, particularly for the type of hard red winter wheat that the island nation favors for bread.
Regents requested information about the critical thinking and communication skills the programs teach.
How local malls find their Santa.
It won’t recommend a proposed funding mechanism that would tie college budgets to specific performance-based benchmarks.
Accused of trying to kill his family has been delayed until March at the request of the man’s attorney.
The man was booked into jail on suspicion of multiple counts, including driving under the influence and aggravated battery.
Urging legislators to study major changes in the pension system for teachers and government workers that include privatizing it.
Kansas, with 4,100 fewer.
The city of Lecompton is holding onto hundreds of years of Christmas history.
The Pride of Wildcat Land, the Kansas State University Marching Band, has been recognized as the best marching band in the nation.
Was 17 years old at the time of the incident but he’s being tried as an adult.
After a city commission denied the hospital a permit to demolish a former medical campus.
All lanes are back open and traffic is back to normal.
Has been fined $1,000 and the Kansas Corporation Commission is suggested higher fines will be coming in the future.
McLinn remains in the Douglas County Jail on a $1 million bond.
Reorganization would make it easier for patients to access care.
Luci Larson and David Smith named to the north-central Kansas county’s county board.
Sentencing is scheduled for January.
The Gentoo chicks hatched earlier in the week.
Suspect was arrested after cops got a tip.
Several states ask US Supreme Court to overturn Colorado’s law.