This week’s biggest news and headlines.
“He needs to come home to the United States to be with his mother.”
Some of the evacuees took refuge at a nearby Red Cross shelter.
The 13-year-old girls, were in a crosswalk near an elementary school.
It’s all legal.
“Our hearts are broken at the passing of our beautiful daughter.”
Hundreds of thousands of people turned out to see the floats and players.
The judge decried the “misconceptions, misinformation, bad science and bad information.”
One pilot was found dead inside the spacecraft and another parachuted out.
“When we got over here, there was already a tarp over two girls.”
A Ford Mustang jumped a curb and hit the trio on a sidewalk at about 8:20 p.m.
Find out which area teams punched their tickets into the postseason and earned district championships on the Football Frenzy with Alex Wiebe…
Washburn and Emporia State meet for the 111th time in the Turnpike Tussle.
Ghosts where you’d least expect it.
Pat Roberts campaign team has confirmed that the ad will be discontinued.
Several teams from the area punched a ticket into the state volleyball semifinals.
Two other students still recovering from October 24th lunchroom shooting.
NPS trying to determine if it can be removed
A look at the toll of what it’s taken to put man in space – and keep him there.
2.5% down year to date – $23 million short in October alone.
Military concerned about content of questions
Election day is a few days away but are the poll workers prepared?
Several people sent to local hospitals.
Latest survey of likely voters was done early this week
Ending its longest streak ever above that price.