Charges suggested by central Kansas Sheriff…plus other headlines: March 31, 2016

A central Kansas sheriff says an initial investigation has found evidence of a sexual assault during a bus ride last month involving members of a high school swim team. Sheriff Brian ... Continue Reading →

Today in Kansas Report headlines: March 30, 2016

Officials say a wildfire that has burned hundreds of square miles of sparsely populated land in Kansas and Oklahoma is largely contained. Crews are patrolling the fire, which started ... Continue Reading →

Rosters announced for NW Kansas All-Star Basketball Classic

Colby Community College announced rosters for the 23rd annual Northwest Kansas All-Star Basketball Classic.  The All-Star games featuring senior basketball players will be held Sunday, ... Continue Reading →

Kansas wildfire mostly contained

The biggest wildfire in Kansas history is mostly contained, though crews will be watching as more gusty winds hit the region. An emergency manager says the fire is out in Comanche County ... Continue Reading →

Kansas “Cold Weather Rule” ends Thursday, March 31

Topeka, KS – The Kansas Cold Weather Rule ends on March 31. That means Kansans who are behind on electric and natural gas utility bills will be subject to disconnection of service ... Continue Reading →

Wildfires continue in south central Kansas…and other headlines: March 25, 2016

Some people have left their homes because of a grass fire in Harvey County. The sheriff’s office says one home has been destroyed and several small buildings have been damaged but ... Continue Reading →

Winter Storm and other headlines: March 24, 2016

Melting is the order of business today in Northwest Kansas after a winter storm blew through, dropping snow and bringing high winds as well. Portions of many roads, including Interstate ... Continue Reading →

Senator Moran to hold Town Hall Meeting in Hoxie Wednesday

United States Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kansas) will be holding a Town Hall Meeting in Hoxie Wednesday (March 23) at the Sheridan County Courthouse District Courtroom. The meeting will ... Continue Reading →

Lawmakers ponder increase in property taxes and school consolidation…plus other headlines: March 22, 2016

Kansas legislators under a court order to revamp the state’s education funding formula are raising issues they normally don’t discuss. Those include the possibility of increasing ... Continue Reading →

Updated info on credit card fraud in Colby…and other headlines: March 21, 2016

It’s not immediately clear if there’s a link between the latest credit card fraud report in Colby and an ongoing investigation centered on students in the dorms at Colby Community ... Continue Reading →
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