Rainfall reports: Thursday, May 28, 2015

Following are rainfall reports from Rocking M Media listeners. These totals are unofficial. Bernie Huelsman, 13 miles northeast of Oakley – .18 Lyle Lunsway, 4 miles west and 2 north ... Continue Reading →

Severe weather Wednesday; more expected Thursday

Photo courtesy of a Rocking M Media listener near Page City, KS. Image taken Wednesday afternoon (May 27, 2015). Hail, wind, heavy rainfall and a couple of confirmed tornadoes pounded ... Continue Reading →

NW Kansas teen missing

A 15-year old from Norton County is missing. She was last seen on Monday, and someone thinks they saw her in Logan, Kansas the next day. That girl may be headed east, unclear if she’s ... Continue Reading →

Central KS man faces charges for drugs and guns

A Barton County man faces drug and gun charges as part of a federal indictment. He’s accused of having methamphetamine and intending to sell it, plus illegally having a firearm at ... Continue Reading →

New KSU lab for animal disease

Officials have broken ground for a new national laboratory at Kansas State that will focus on deadly animal diseases. The cost of the lab has soared to more than $1 billion. Federal ... Continue Reading →

KS Senate updates

The Kansas Senate has approved a proposal to lower the state’s sales tax on food. The cut proposed by Senate Minority Leader Anthony Hensley came during a debate on a plan for raising ... Continue Reading →

NJCAA investing Hutchinson women’s basketball

The National Junior College Athletic Association is investigating the women’s basketball program at Hutchinson Community College. There are allegations that players got improper benefits. ... Continue Reading →

Man missing for 23 years found in lake in Miami Co.

There are no signs of foul play in Miami County, where a man’s car has been pulled out of a lake with his body still behind the wheel. It had apparently been there since the man was ... Continue Reading →

State to change the way they notify about vehicle tags

Kansas officials claim changing the way the state notifies people that their vehicle tags are expiring could save a half-million dollars a year. The change would involve sending a generic, ... Continue Reading →

Marijuana bill set aside

It appears a plan to ease a bunch of Kansas’ laws on marijuana won’t be considered again this legislative session. The Senate Majority Leader points to the budget debate, and says ... Continue Reading →