Headlines from the Today in Kansas Report: October 30, 2015

The Union Pacific Railroad is closing a crossing along U.S. 83 near Oakley for repairs starting Monday. South Second Street will also be closed for work. You’ll need to use Highway ... Continue Reading →

Health Insurance increases for some and other Today in Kansas Report headlines: October 28, 2015

The federal government says rates will increase 16 percent for Kansas residents who buy middle-of-the-road “silver” health coverage plans through its online marketplace. The increase ... Continue Reading →

Headlines from the Today in Kansas Report: October 26, 2015

A man suspected of an armed robbery fatally shoots himself after trying to get away from police. He was accused of holding up a poker room in Wichita, and a witness followed him until ... Continue Reading →

Rainfall Reports: 10/23/15

Following are rainfall reports as called in by our listeners. These are unofficial totals. Lyle Lunsway, 4 miles west, 2 north of Rexford – .65 Myron Molanosky, 3 miles northeast ... Continue Reading →

Veterans benefits delayed…and other headlines from the Today in Kansas Report: October 23, 2015

Workers at a state agency are having trouble processing benefits claims for Kansas veterans because they’ve been locked out of a computer program. The Kansas Commission on Veterans ... Continue Reading →

October 22, 2016: Headlines from the Today in Kansas Report

The Kansas Court of Appeals will have all of its judges hear a legal challenge to a ban on a common second-trimester abortion procedure to speed up the court’s review. Oral arguments ... Continue Reading →

80% of winter wheat planted and other headlines from the Today in Kansas Report: 10/21/15

Kansas farmers have almost finished planting their winter wheat. More than 80 percent of the 2016 crop is in the ground now. The National Agricultural Statistics Service also says 85 ... Continue Reading →

October 16, 2015: Headlines from the Today in Kansas Report

A state appeals court ruling in favor of a former Pizza Hut tycoon could put Kansas on the hook to refund millions of dollars he was forced to pay two years ago. The Kansas Court of ... Continue Reading →

Voter fraud charges in Sherman County and other Today in Kansas Report Headlines: October 15, 2015

A man charged with voter fraud in Kansas says he thought he could legally cast votes in both states where he lives part-time. Sixty-four-year-old Lincoln Wilson is charged in a felony ... Continue Reading →

Arrest made in homicide of Garden City resident

Following is a press release from the Kansas Bureau of Investigation: On Friday, October 2, 2015, at approximately 11:00 pm, the Comanche County Sheriff’s Office and Coldwater Police ... Continue Reading →