Today in Kansas Report Headlines: December 31, 2015

All five teenagers accused in a plot to attack Hutchinson High School have entered no-contest pleas to a single felony charge and a judge has sentenced them to four months of probation. ... Continue Reading →

Thomas County Attorney throws out petition to recall sheriff…plus other headlines: December 29, 2015

Thomas County attorney Kevin Berens throws out a petition to recall Sheriff Rod Taylor. The petition argued the sheriff has “willfully engaged in misconduct while in office, willfully ... Continue Reading →

Former Saint Francis school leader donates to district and other headlines: December 24, 2015

The former superintendent in Saint Francis donates the money to open a fund for the district. Carl Werner gave $100,000 to set up the St. Francis Education Foundation Fund, with the ... Continue Reading →

Today in Kansas Report: December 23, 2015

The applications of candidates for two county commission openings filled last year by Governor Sam Brownback are not exempt from the Kansas open records law. A Shawnee County judge ... Continue Reading →

Headlines from the Today in Kansas Report: December 21, 2015

A federal lawsuit trying to stop an Indian casino in Oklahoma from expanding into Kansas gets tossed out. The judge said the court didn’t have jurisdiction in the case. That suit ... Continue Reading →

Interview with U.S. Senator Jerry Moran – 12/18/15

Rocking M Media’s Sacha Sanguinetti visits with U.S. Senator Jerry Moran about a number of topics: Report finds that the E.P.A. violated federal law in promoting their Waters of ... Continue Reading →

Fatal accident in Trego and other headlines: December 16, 2015

A crash south of Wakeeney leaves a man from Oklahoma dead. It appears he crossed the center line of U.S. 283 and hit a pickup truck driven by a man from WaKeeney. He was taken to the ... Continue Reading →

NW Tech dorms lose water…and other headlines: December 15, 2015

Some students at Northwest Tech in Goodland found themselves without water. The school opened up the showers in the fitness center and worked with the Red Cross to get drinking water ... Continue Reading →

Weather and accidents headline the Today in Kansas Report: December 14, 2015

A number of crashes statewide are being blamed on icy roads. Accidents in Pawnee and Grey Counties killed one person each, with several more across Kansas sent to the hospital because ... Continue Reading →

Headlines from the Today in Kansas Report: December 11, 2015

A Topeka city councilman is denying allegations that he physically abused his 12-year-old son. Jonathan Schumm and his wife have been charged with aggravated battery, or the alternative ... Continue Reading →