The school will place signs adding historical context to potentially controversial sites.
Many cancer experts say the best screening test is the one that people are willing to get.
The number and sequence of shots also worries some parents.
The tree-planting effort has been dubbed Replant Mount Oread.
“The standard means of identification aren’t going to work.”
Roeder was sentenced under an older version of the state’s “Hard 50” law later deemed unconstitutional.
The ruling reads that Phillip and Sandra Unruh, of Harper, have no legal right to join the ACLU’s lawsuit.
The victim – 24-year-old Skylar Workman-survived after being shot may 26th.
Police say a man spent the night behind bars for fondling feet.
The Hall of Justice opened in 1926 as an all-purpose justice center.
“The best way to protect us is to stop the epidemic in Africa.”
There are some concrete signs of tougher protections.
It’s unclear who will pay for the Ebola vaccines that are in development.
Hunting groups oppose the ban- they believe it could prompt other states to try to roll back hunting rights.
Fifteen former band members originally were charged with manslaughter and hazing in the death of Champion.
Two firefighters with heat exhaustion and another with a back injury and blisters were taken to the hospital.
Tribal members struggled to find answers Saturday.
An excavation of the site led to the identification of remains belonging to Cook.
“The fingerprints were the basis for our request for an immigration detainer.”
Detectives who solved the case were fueled by grieving and a search for justice for the little girl.
“The delays are increasing, they are not getting better,” he said.
A 24-year-old man received an electrical shock in a farming accident south of Salina Saturday afternoon.
A Wichita teen is a accused of killing a husband and wife.
Weighing slightly more than 6 pounds wasn’t far off from the asking price of about $400,000.
The man suspected of driving a car into a Ten Commandments monument is under mental evaluation.