Colby Community College hosts discussion on Baltimore

On Thursday at 5:30 in the CCC Student Union Fireside Lounge, Colby Community College Instructor and Counselor Ryan Hale will facilitate a discussion on the recent trend of police conflicts ... Continue Reading →

No charges for Randle

Kansas prosecutors say they won’t file any felony charges against Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle because there isn’t enough evidence. The mother of Randle’s son says ... Continue Reading →

Governor and law makers tangle over tax breaks

Governor Sam Brownback and top GOP legislators are at odds over an income tax break for business owners enacted three years ago. The governor says he wants to preserve the policy but ... Continue Reading →

No new trial for McLinn

A judge has denied Sarah McLinn’s bid for a new trial. But she has agreed to have the young woman evaluated at Larned State Hospital before she is sentenced for killing Harold Sasko ... Continue Reading →

Federal judge looks into government “spying”

A federal judge is highlighting what she says is the government’s growing use of secret warrants to spy on criminal suspects in Kansas. Congress authorized delayed-notice warrants ... Continue Reading →

Church sues over zoning

A small church is suing Crawford County, challenging the constitutionality of the county’s zoning laws. The 15-member congregation of Liberty Baptist says the rule unlawfully bans ... Continue Reading →

Brownback commemorates historic signing

Governor Sam Brownback will re-enact his signing of the nation’s first ban on a procedure that anti-abortion groups describe as dismembering a fetus. He’s planning Tuesday events ... Continue Reading →

Lawmakers return to work Wednesday

Spring break is almost over for Kansas lawmakers. The House and Senate are scheduled to be back in session Wednesday to work on balancing the next state budget. There’s a $422 million ... Continue Reading →

State facing criticism over treatment of sex offenders

Kansas is among the states facing scrutiny over its program that commits sex offenders to involuntary treatment. More than 250 people have been sent to the program in the past 20 years ... Continue Reading →

Kansas trails only N Dakota in 2014 revenue drops

A new report shows Kansas had one of the largest revenue drops among all states in 2014, as lawmakers look to fill a massive budget hole. State revenue declined 3.8 percent last year ... Continue Reading →
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