A round of snow moved through Northeast Kansas on Wednesday February 4, 2015 causing multiple traffic problems.
Despite bipartisan criticism of the measure.
The system is expected to be out of the area by late afternoon, leaving only 1-2 inches of snow in its wake.
The hearing date remains at February 26th.
The majority of the workers affected are at plants in Chicago; Kansas City, Missouri; and Louisville, Kentucky.
Topeka’s first Dunkin’ Donuts opened Wednesday morning at 5:00.
Currently owned by a group of investors, including several private investment firms.
Lawrence police officers will soon be able to call two dogs their partners in fighting crime.
No officers were hurt.
Governor Brownback says Kansas is the perfect place for small businesses.
That change could mean cuts for many districts this year.
After members complained about some of the maneuvers for closing the gap.
Convicted Tuesday by a Shawnee County jury for the murder of his mother in 2011.
Other officials said it could force some schools to close early or cancel free lunches for at-risk students.
They worry the state’s roads and bridges will deteriorate.
Her uncle says she is loving all the support and care from everyone.
The state faces an additional $436 million budget shortfall for the next fiscal year beginning July 1.
Family wants answers after dog is shot by neighbor.
The man fell asleep in the drive-thru of a fast food restaurant in Wichita.
After more than a decade Manhattan talks possible City Park changes
24 senators have joined their cause, and now a senate committee is considering what should be done next.
Therapy is helping bear with spinal problem.
House votes against expanding Open Records Act.
The full House was expected to debate the measure Tuesday.
The Lawrence Police Department says the victim of Friday morning’s shooting is no longer hospitalized.