Man busted in Sherman Co could face 30 years

A man caught in Sherman County in September with dozens of phony credit cards pleads guilty. When officers found that man from Texas he had 47 counterfeit cards, an embossing machine, ... Continue Reading →

Request filed to delay court ruling on school funding

Kansas officials want last week’s court ruling on school funding put on hold. Attorney General Derek Schmidt has filed his request with the state Supreme Court. The panel of judges ... Continue Reading →

SCOTUS rules people can vote without proof of citizenship

Folks in Kansas can register to vote using a federal form without having to provide proof of citizenship under yesterday’s ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court. But the state’s top ... Continue Reading →

Man accused of bomb plot at Ft Riley hearing delayed

A man accused of plotting an attack on Fort Riley is getting more time to look at the evidence against him. A federal judge will give the public defender 30 more days and hold another ... Continue Reading →

Claims that low income children still hungry in Kansas

Child advocates claim Kansas is still struggling to feed low-income children in many rural areas this summer. State officials have added dozens of new meal sites but the Kansas Appleseed ... Continue Reading →

CHS Reunion Weekend

Colby High’s all-school reunion continues today. There are a number of events scattered across town, including parties for various classes Saturday evening. The all-school reunion ... Continue Reading →

Killer says he needs money

The man accused of killing three people at two Jewish sites in Overland Park says he needs $200,000 to defend himself. He’s acting as his own lawyer in the capital murder case and ... Continue Reading →

Convicted child rapist wants a pardon

A former counselor at a middle school in Lindsborg who was convicted of raping a student is applying for a pardon from the governor. She’s serving a sentence of almost 14 years and ... Continue Reading →

State offers expanded definition of farm vehicles

Kansas is making it easier for a farmer to use his regularly registered vehicles for agricultural operations, while still giving them regulatory exemptions for vehicles registered only ... Continue Reading →

Tuition increases will be limited

Most students at state universities in Kansas will see tuition and fees increase by no more than 3.6 percent this fall. The Board of Regents was strict in applying a cap on tuition ... Continue Reading →
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