The 43rd president was not chosen for a jury Wednesday but did have his picture taken with people before leaving after a few hours.
Says her brother was just trying to defend himself because the officer was manhandling him and being too aggressive.
It will serve veterans with mild dementia.
It will feature big-band and swing music from the 1940s and food vendors.
Drought conditions had dried up ponds and pushed up prices for feed, which prompted Kansas farmers to sell off cattle or send them to packin…
The proposal follows passage of a similar ordinance in San Francisco.
Grigsby is taking over for the division from Maj. Gen. Paul E. Funk II.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor statistics predict that more than 378,000 thousand welders will be needed by 2022.
Topeka resident says he’s been trying to work with police for almost 20 years.
Exactly one month away from the start of the 2015 college football season, Kansas State football players reported to the new Vanier Family F…
Attendance projections for this year’s rally, which runs through Sunday, breached 1 million people — a huge jump from the current record of …
A man is in jail Thursday morning after a 7 hour standoff with Horton police overnight.
Charlton P.D. encouraging dealers to let them “eliminate their competition”
A man who entered a movie theater armed with a hatchet and airsoft pistol that looked like a gun was killed by Metro-Nashville police Wednes…
The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday that Texas’ 2011 voter ID law has a “discriminatory” effect.
At Warehouse 414, you can check out work created by clients of the Family Service and Guidance Center.
“Healthy Moms, Healthy Babies” program was launched in Geary County in 2011.
Kansas faced pointed questions from U.S. officials, according to documents released Wednesday by the state Department for Children and Famil…