Roeder was sentenced under an older version of the state’s “Hard 50” law later deemed unconstitutional.
The ruling reads that Phillip and Sandra Unruh, of Harper, have no legal right to join the ACLU’s lawsuit.
The victim – 24-year-old Skylar Workman-survived after being shot may 26th.
A 24-year-old man received an electrical shock in a farming accident south of Salina Saturday afternoon.
A Wichita teen is a accused of killing a husband and wife.
The price per bushel of corn is down by more than half from a year ago.
Donations have come from the Carter Broadcast Group and 7-Eleven Stores.
The flight experienced a cabin depressurization problem.
The 25-year-old told police he killed her at the behest of her husband.
Johnson County voters will decide Nov. 4 whether to retain Moriarty for another four-year term.
He scarcely mentions his many years on the House and Senate agriculture committees.
Installing smoke alarms cuts the risk of someone dying from a home fire in half. .
More than 150 hands-on workshops will explore self-sufficient and sustainable living practices.
The trout must be a minimum of 11 inches in length and at least 600 will be in excess of four pounds each.
The upbeat All-Star catcher for the Kansas City Royals wore Victoria’s Secret perfume late in the 2013 season.
There were three suspects and there were weapons brandished, however no injuries were reported.
Organizers are calling it a historic moment for the theatre and Topeka
Minor damage to the home at 315 SW Quinton
State officials find ways to help children in the foster care system find families throughout Kansas and Missouri.
Couple claimed same-sex marriage would take away their “property rights”.
Paul Davis appears to be losing ground as the state’s GOP loyalties and a hail of negative television ads take their toll.
Kansas City manager Ned Yost made the move Friday night with the best-of-seven matchup 1-all.
A former Kansas bail bondsman convicted of forcing women to have sex has been sentenced to 21 years in state prison.
A crowd-sourcing website aimed at helping Kansas communities has gone live with its first four projects.
Sentencing was scheduled for Jan. 9.