36-year-old Brown also had concealed heroin and cocaine “within his body.”
A crowd beat to death a teenage girl accused of being a suicide bomber and then set her body ablaze.
Hundreds came out to the “Beyond The Blaze” fundraiser.
Lawmakers couldn’t finish their work last year and it’s showing now.
The advance work involvs nearly 800 feet of cable over three spacewalks.
Their combined ages will be 212.
The Topeka RoadRunners lost in overtime to Wichita Falls on Saturday night inside Landon Arena.
The high school state wrestling tournament concluded over the weekend throughout the Sunflower State.
Many were out braving the snow in Topeka and Silver Lake.
The Washburn basketball team split their double-header against Pittsburg State on Senior Night inside Lee Arena.
The Kansas State Wildcats overcame a double-digit second half deficit to knock off Iowa State on Saturday.
Perry Ellis tallied a game-high 28 points and 13 rebounds in Saturday’s win against Texas at Allen Fieldhouse.
Pollsters said just over 3,000 attendees voted.
Joseph went to four homes in the town of Tyrone in Texas County late Thursday, killing relatives and neighbors.
Children talked with professional engineers about the wide variety of engineering careers.
They also reviewed the inability of international monitors to verify that Russia has pulled back its heavy weapons.
The event was held for Project Topeka Food Drive.
A body bag can currently fit somebody six feet in circumference.
The car was valued at $250,000 and appears undamaged.
The Wichita State Shockers beat Northern Iowa to win the Missouri Valley Conference title on Saturday afternoon.
Authorities say the three victims identified Saturday and four others were killed by 36-year-old Joseph Jesse Aldridge.
Facebook rolled out a new feature Wednesday designed to put suicide prevention tools at your fingertips
Less than two hours prior to tip-off, Kansas Athletics announced freshman center Cliff Alexander will not play against Texas.
20-year-old Sarah Gonzalez McLinn was offered plea deals on Wednesday and Friday but rejected them both.
In order to survive beyond Friday’s “turnaround” deadline, most bills had to have been approved by the chamber in which they originated.