A one-month-old girl was killed in the accident on Highway 24 east of Topeka Monday afternoon.
Hospital may also be forced to transfer or discharge patients.
The case is still under investigation at this time.
The Lawrence district already has received more in aid than the new law provides.
A teen was arrested in Marysville over the weekend, and it was all caught on camera.
Witnesses say car swerved into oncoming traffic
A Topeka family of five is figuring out how to move forward after a weekend fire damaged much of their home.
Officials estimate that it will cost $7.5 million to demolish a state official building in Topeka.
A Kansas man has been sentenced to four years and two months in prison in the 2011 beheading of another man with a guitar string.
Last month Blue Bell issued a recall after ice cream contaminated with listeriosis was linked to three deaths at a Kansas hospital.
A federal judge has delayed sentencing for a Kansas metal finishing business and its owner while he mulls over arguments and decides on his …
The Kansas State Board of Education is meeting April 16 to review changes to the state’s education laws including an overhaul in the way sch…
Topeka family safe after house catches on fire.
It is believed her husband lost control of the UTV. It crashed after rolling.
Ride-hailing company Uber says it will be forced to pull out of Kansas if the governor signs a bill increasing regulations on its drivers.
The Shawnee Mission District was keeping it locked up because it was considered too valuable to display at a school.
Fire crews worked for more than two hours to put out the flames.
Estimated damage is around 6 to 7 thousand dollars.
Community members warmed their bellies at the Sunrise Optimist Club Saturday for Denise White.
Topeka Police Negotiators were called to an apartment Saturday night to get a felon to surrender.
Emporia police and rescue workers were called to 522 West in Emporia Saturday morning to a domestic incident.
Come watch the parade, collect eggs in two Easter egg hunts, visit the Fun Fair, and listen to live music!
The American Legion, and Hillcrest Community Center are hosting events.
Approximately 4,200 plants will be given away, and be used by more than 7,000 people in the community.
13 traffic stops were made during this patrol.