Colby accident victim expected to recover

A Colby woman continues recovering after a wreck just west of the city. It appears she ran her Chevy HHR off the side of the road, overcorrected, and rolled it in the process. She’s ... Continue Reading →

Health insurance rate hike

Kansas residents who buy health insurance on their own could see their premiums increase up to 25 percent next year. The state’s Insurance Department has approved new rates this week. ... Continue Reading →

Kansas students excelling on ACT’s

Kansas high school students are scoring better on average than their peers nationally on the ACT college entrance exam and a higher percentage appear ready for college courses. Education ... Continue Reading →

KCAC Launches Radio Network Partnership with Rocking M Media (LLC)

WICHITA, Kan. – The Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference has announced a partnership with Rocking M Media, LLC (RMM) to provide play by play radio coverage of conference football ... Continue Reading →

NFL star pledges money to KSU

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson has pledged an undisclosed gift to Kansas State to help with the next phase of renovations to Bill Snyder Family Stadium. He’s from Manhattan ... Continue Reading →

SW Kansas postal worker accused of stealing mail

We’re learning more about this week’s indictment of a postal worker in southwest Kansas. Prosecutors claim that woman stole gift cards from mail addressed to people in Denver and ... Continue Reading →

DSNWK closing home in Atwood

Developmental Services of Northwest Kansas is closing its group home in Atwood. The agency points to a string of budget cuts as well as ongoing trouble finding and maintaining staff. ... Continue Reading →

Streets in Goodland to get more work this week

Streets that were recently chip-sealed in Goodland will be getting a fog seal this Wednesday, weather permitting. If you live along those routes, the city says to move your car off ... Continue Reading →

Huelskamp gets award from conservative lobby group

A conservative lobbying group recognizes first district congressman Tim Huelskamp. The American Conservative Union gave the Kansas representative the Award for Conservative Excellence, ... Continue Reading →

Schools expected to ask for more money

More than three dozen Kansas school districts are expected to ask top state officials for more money due to budget problems. 22 districts have already asked for extra aid, pointing ... Continue Reading →