Has taught science at Dodge City High School for 13 years.
A Butler County sheriff’s deputy escaped serious injury when a semi-trailer truck hit his patrol car in south-central Kansas.
The deal between Koch Optics Inc. and Oplink was announced last week.
An architect has been hired to develop plans to replace the theater.
Hutchinson police received a call about the graffiti around 7 p.m. Saturday.
She was stabbed six times in the back and three times in the side.
While unemployment in the state declined in October to 4.4 percent.
State universities in Kansas are seeking to hike their room and board rates for the upcoming school year.
Most of the streams are now dry year round.
Many legislators are wary of cutting it with the lawsuit pending.
The holidays just got a little bit more special after one veteran and his family received keys to a new home.
Hutchinson police investigation Marilyn Monroe graffiti.
State correctional officers are being put at risk because of critical staffing shortages in state prisons.
“Plain and simple, turnout for the current system is pitiful, and it gets worse every two years.”
The driver failed to negotiate a curve and went off the roadway into the south ditch.
The case is affecting state officials’ thinking as they wrestle with predicted budget shortfalls totaling more than $714 million.
The aquifer supplies about 95 percent of water used for irrigation in Kansas and about 25 percent of the water used in the United States.
The home is being donated mortgage-free by HomeStrong USA in partnership with Bank of America.
Investigation indicates the fire cause to be Incendiary, intentionally set.
Seventeen-year-old Levi Hunter Terrell was killed in accident in Jefferson County Saturday evening.
Training course to help veterans at KU.
A Salina family who lost their 11-year-old daughter to electrocution is considering filing a $10.5 million lawsuit against the city.
The health of the cheetah had been declining since a cancerous mass was found near his heart in June.
The 36-year-old woman suffered severe burns on more than half her body.
At the time the base pumped the equivalent of more than $154 million annually in today’s dollars into the local economy.