This after Governor Sam Brownback announced a $28 million cut to public education statewide effective the March 7th.
Claims of domestic abuse from his ex-girlfriend.
The bagels were sent to stores in 23 states, including Kansas.
The change in attorneys could delay a preliminary hearing scheduled for March 2.
Wichita police have dropped a drug charge against Dallas running back Joseph Randle.
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The district noted it used capital outlay funds, which by law can’t be spent on salaries.
Charged with murder and rape after two men, a woman and her daughter were found dead near Ottawa.
Was released in November by the small state-owned publishing house.
Some opponents said the bill could stifle public discussion and present constitutional problems.
He’s been placed into protective custody.
Cornell McNeal has been charged with capital murder in the attack.
Courthouses in some rural counties want to be able to secure parts of some buildings.
No injuries in late Thursday night fire on Emporia State campus.
How Topekans feel about their security.
State plan hopes to minimize impact of algae on local tourism industry.
Plans call for $28M facility.
A group working to expand Kansas’ liquor laws is finally hoping for a shot at success.
Plan depends on keeping minimal offenders out of state prison system.
Still face plenty of tough spending and tax decisions in coming months.
Anyone with information is asked to call Operation Game Thief at 877-426-3843.
Plans to open a new manufacturing plant in McPherson to expand production of its Raptor nylon pipe for oil pipelines.
Scam involving callers using “K-State Police” and “Riley County Police” to solicit money from people is active again.
Statement from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas regarding the data breach at Anthem.
Says he’s going to cut nearly $45 million in funding for public schools and higher education in March.