She also read from her past works and spoke about drawing inspiration from paintings.
Pleaded guilty Monday in federal court in Wichita to wire fraud and money laundering.
Authorities say a police officer has been shot and killed in an ambush outside Atlanta.
Critically wounded when he walked into a convenience store early Wednesday during an armed robbery.
“Make sure our website’s up and running to get campaign contributions, because I think that’s what’s going to be happening.”
And you thought Hollywood’s award season was over.
She later received a written reprimand for not immediately reporting the situation.
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A solid gain, though down from 250,000 in the previous month. January’s figure was revised up from 213,000.
Authorities say a 59-year-old man who called 911 asking for help shot at police officers as they arrived at his central Florida home.
Shots that damaged a National Security Agency building.
The Jayhawks 11 straight conference titles trail only the 13 in a row UCLA won in the John Wooden era.
Fifty percent of teachers leave education field within first five years.
Washburn women’s basketball lost in the MIAA Tournament’s first round to Northeastern State.
Harveyville community rebuilds after hit by a tornado in 2012.
The Rossville Bulldawgs advanced to the Class 3A sub-state semifinals with a win over Council Grove.
Light turnout for county’s primary election.
Federal report says city’s police department is racially biased.
Kansas districts want lower court to stay on schools lawsuit.
A Topeka doctor is changing the way patients pay for healthcare.
In Manhattan the emphasis was in school safety and the students.
The utility has requested a nearly eight percent rate hike overall and a twelve percent hike for residential consumers.
The Kansas Geological Survey says there were 161 earthquakes in Kansas last year.