Details Emerge In Oakley Suicide

We’re learning more about the Oklahoma man who committed suicide during a traffic stop in Oakley Sunday. There was a warrant out for his arrest on a felony charge at the time, and ... Continue Reading →

Suspects In 1992 Dodge City Murder Found

A couple believed to have killed one of their hotel workers 23 years ago in Dodge City is in custody in Georgia. Investigators got a tip that they were there, living under fake names ... Continue Reading →

Senate Panel Takes Up Bill Loosening Liquor Law

A committee in the state Senate takes up that highly-publicized bill that would let grocery stores and gas stations sell full-strength beer, plus wine and liquor. It would be up to ... Continue Reading →

Spring Planting Report Expected

The Agriculture Department gets ready to put out its estimate of farmers’ spring planting plans. It comes as growers weigh grain prices, weather and crop rotations in deciding what ... Continue Reading →

Local Schools, Library Receive Statewide Grants

The Wallace County Public Schools and Colby’s Pioneer Memorial Library are among the winners of the 2015 Kansas Book Festival Grants. Corporate and private sponsors contribute the ... Continue Reading →

Motion Filed To Block School Funding Grants

Right after the governor signed a bill switching school funding to block grants, the plaintiffs in a school funding suit have now filed a motion to block it from kicking in. That law ... Continue Reading →

Honors For Atwood, Oberlin Natives

Matt Wolters from Surefire Ag in Atwood is being recognized as a Leader Of The Year by the Huck Boyd National Institute for Rural Development at K-State. He and four others will be ... Continue Reading →

Concealed Carry Measure Clears Legislature

The state legislature gives final approval to a bill letting people carry concealed guns without a permit. The proposal also eliminates the requirement that people get eight hours ... Continue Reading →

Governor To Sign Unprecedented Abortion Bill

State legislators give final approval to a bill banning ‘dilation and extraction’, an abortion procedure used in 8 percent of abortions in Kansas. Governor Brownback has promised ... Continue Reading →

KS, AZ Appeal Citizenship Law To SCOTUS

As expected, Kansas and Arizona are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to require federal elections officials to require people to prove their citizenship before signing up to vote. An ... Continue Reading →