This week’s biggest news and headlines.
The 36-year-old woman suffered severe burns on more than half her body.
At the time the base pumped the equivalent of more than $154 million annually in today’s dollars into the local economy.
This was the first year for the event.
Authorities identified the victim as 30-year-old Jackson Guzman.
The chimp was born Oct. 16 while the Royals were on a post-season winning streak.
At the Shawnee County Courthouse, approximately 10-15 children’s adoptions will be finalized.
Some said a fully clothed Polish cartoon bear named Uszatek would be a better choice.
Five Topeka homes with holiday decor will be open to the public on Saturday and Sunday.
Opinion is divided about whether the unusual aspects of this grand jury will inspire trust or skepticism.
This training is the first of its kind to be hosted in Kansas.
The former KSU student was placed on probation after driving drunk and killing two people in a head-on collision.
In the hours before Obama acted, Republicans forecast bad outcomes.
“Unfortunately, in our courts today, animal welfare is not given the attention and seriousness that it deserves.”
Salvation Army hopes that the extra 6 days this year will help reach their goal.
His first day on the job will be January 5th.
Al-Zahrani will take part in a Saudi rehabilitation program for militants.
Calls for peace and restraint emanated from several quarters, including President Barack Obama.
Obama’s moves expand on what had been previously planned for next year.
The settlement involving 81 students is believed to be the largest ever for a school sex abuse case.
“I think people went in there with him as Bill Cosby from the TV show.”
“We are preparing now for more flooding than we’ve seen in a long, long time.”
A teacher is on leave after trying to drag a 14-year-old girl across the concrete and into the school’s pool.
The child was on a family outing on a trail at Bodega Head Nov. 10 when he fell from the cliff.
The high school football playoffs continued on Friday. Find out which teams earned a spot in the state championship.