Here’s what happened this week
On Friday, 87-year-old Robin Stanford delivered the historic stereograph images from her collection to the library.
Swimmers often get caught in hydrilla, an invasive water plant, or debris such as shopping carts and tires.
Lawmakers must erase a projected shortfall of nearly $600 million for the next fiscal year.
The change will be an improvement over the current facility, which houses up to 400 people overnight but releases them every morning.
The event celebrates the Shawnee County medical community’s response to assisting low-income uninsured residents.
The 87-year-old Miss February is soaking in a bubble bath and flower petals while another resident in the calendar is covered only by a larg…
Police say it’s unclear how much money was stolen.
Members of the organization met at the Brown v. Board of Education Memorial to discuss the struggles minorities are still facing.
The boy’s mother was trying to shield him when he was shot, but the mother was not hurt.
The student has been indicted on one count of conspiracy to violate civil rights and one count of using a threat of force.
The unseasonable blaze a few miles west of the community of Red Lodge had grown to 700 acres by Saturday night.
The Holy Week ends with Easter.
“Black Girls Rock” is an annual event honoring trailblazing women of color from all walks of life.
City officials suspect that leaking natural gas was the source of Thursday’s explosion and fire.
The Emporia State Lady Hornets swept the Missouri Southern State Lions in Saturday’s doubleheader in Emporia.
The Washburn softball team was swept in its doubleheader against Pittsburg State on Satuday afternoon in Topeka.
The Emporia State baseball team split their doubleheader against Southwest Baptist on Saturday afternoon at Glennen Field in Emporia.