Man Hospitalized In Crash Between Grader, Train

A man from Monument is in the hospital after the road grader he was using was hit by a train. This happened at Logan County Road 300 and US 40, about 13 miles west of Oakley. Jason ... Continue Reading →

Report: Brownback Aide Emailed Lobbyists Budget First

A newspaper claims a top aide to Governor Brownback used a private email account to give two lobbyists a look at budget proposals weeks before legislators got to see them. The paper ... Continue Reading →

KanCare Administrators Get Access To Rx Info

The three insurance companies that administer KanCare now have access to the state’s prescription drug tracking system. The goal is to help them more easily identify prescription ... Continue Reading →

Kansans Accidentally Get Insurance Cancellations

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas says it’s a computer problem that has thousands of people across the state getting notices saying their policies have been cancelled for non-payment. ... Continue Reading →

High-Speed Chase Ends On Foot At Gove County School

A man from Kansas City is accused of leading police on a high-speed chase from Thomas County to Grainfield. He ran away after the stop sticks took out his tires, and found an unlocked ... Continue Reading →

One Dead In Great Bend Whooping Cough Outbreak

There’s now an official outbreak of whooping cough in Great Bend. Five separate cases have been confirmed in the city, with one person dying of the disease. The cases involve people ... Continue Reading →

Ag Lenders Expect Higher Prices, Delinquencies

A new survey shows ag lenders expect higher farmland prices and more delinquencies from growers. The Agricultural Lender Survey from K-State shows less optimism from lenders because ... Continue Reading →

Norquist: ‘No’ To Higher Alcohol, Tobacco Taxes In KS

Anti-tax activist Grover Norquist is urging the state legislature to reject Governor Brownback’s plan to increase tobacco and alcohol taxes to close the budget gap. In a letter to ... Continue Reading →

Grant Money To Fund Portion Of Water Line Project

Herndon is getting more than $326-thousand in federal grant money to replace water lines throughout the city. The state and city hall are coming up with matching money to get the grant. Continue Reading →

Website Grades Local Schools

The website is out with its scores of school districts across the nation. School systems were graded on a number of things; academics, health and safety, student culture ... Continue Reading →
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