Today In Kansas Report headlines: April 29, 2016

A Kansas sheriff’s jail policy allowing inmates to receive and send only postcards through the mail has drawn a legal challenge. Civil rights advocates are suing the Wilson County ... Continue Reading →

VA office in Kansas under fire…and other headlines: April 28, 2016

A government review shows a VA regional office in Kansas listed false medical conditions for three dozen patients who filed appeals after having their claims rejected. The VA’s inspector ... Continue Reading →

Grapefruit-size hail and small tornadoes reported in Kansas…and other headlines: April 27, 2016

Some grapefruit-sized hail has fallen near the northeast Kansas community of Bremen. Marshall County’s emergency management chief says reports of roof damage and broken car windows ... Continue Reading →

ACLU calls voting in Kansas “chaos”…and other headlines: April 26, 2016

The American Civil Liberties Union claims a state election document shows voting rolls in Kansas are in “chaos” because of the state’s proof-of-citizenship requirements, with ... Continue Reading →

Increased police presence near schools…and other headlines: April 25, 2016

There’s increased police presence near schools in Colby after a group of students reported a suspicious person near the school Thursday. No sign of the person who allegedly offered ... Continue Reading →

Attempted abduction attempts reported in Colby and Atwood

Two attempted child abductions were reported this week. Tuesday, in Colby, a red Tahoe-style newer vehicle with a black male wearing a blue shirt and flat-bill cap, tried to pick up ... Continue Reading →

Formal charges filed in Oakley standoff

The charges are now formal against the Oakley couple whose domestic incident turned into a standoff. 62-year old Bill Ford and his 51-year old wife Beverly were both armed during the ... Continue Reading →

SRT called to Oakley for a domestic situation

4/15/16 PRESS RELEASE from Logan County Attorney Margaret Mahoney: The Oakley Police Department and KHP have contained a domestic situation on the south side of Oakley. The Special ... Continue Reading →

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Improving Safety In Highway Work Zones

Electronic signs across Kansas, like this one on I-70 in Topeka, display different messages each day to highlight safety in work zones during National Work Zone Awareness Week. “I ... Continue Reading →