“Something that’s been affecting this community lately is the violence, and it needs to stop.”
His father, Mayo Mitchell, said Justice was a great friend, great person and one of the best people that he had ever met.
The new project is to make part of a walking and biking trail safer.
State Representative John Wilson, of Lawrence, got a standing ovation on the house floor, Monday.
“We’re going to have people continue to use the emergency room as their physician’s office and the wait times are going to get even worse.”
“I would make the motion to override the governor’s veto, but our friends in the Senate had other engagements and standing up for the disabl…
The team helped advance the City of Topeka’s most critical neighborhoods to a healthy status.
Thirteen of the 23 people excused from serving on 22-year-old Jacob Ewing’s jury said they could not be impartial.
Many organizations across Kansas are taking part in the campaign
Fans will be given out to elderly and disabled people without access to air conditioning or other means of staying cool
The Sheriff’s Office said, as always, be safe, smart and follow the laws.
The SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference is known as the world’s largest showcase of skilled trades.
A Democrat in the Kansas House plans to resign this fall and is citing family reasons for leaving the Legislature.
The Independence Day holiday is expected to break records for the number of travelers hitting the roadways.
A Topeka man admitted Monday that he took part in a robbery while he was wearing a monitoring device, said U.S. Attorney Tom Beall.
Kansas legislators have adjourned their annual session and are waiting for a state Supreme Court ruling on education funding later this summ…
The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after an explosive device was found in a field.
A Pottawatomie County man was killed in an ATV crash over the weekend.