Senator Ralph Ostmeyer will not seek re-election in upcoming election

The following press release was received from Kansas Senator Ralph Ostmeyer: Kansas Senator Ralph Ostmeyer, 40th District, will not seek re-election in November 2016.  Senator Ostmeyer ... Continue Reading →

Weekend crash involving Oakley couple…and other headlines: May 31, 2016

A weekend crash involving a couple from Oakley leaves one person in the hospital. David & Susan West were going west on US-24 when KHP investigators claim they tried to turn onto ... Continue Reading →

Chris Sramek talks about the potential for severe weather Thursday

Sacha Sanguinetti talks with Ag Meteorologist Chris Sramek about the potential for severe weather in the Tri-State Region Thursday afternoon and evening. Continue Reading →

Reports: Hoyt leaving Hoxie

ONE OF THE WINNINGEST NWKS GIRLS BASKETBALL COACHES IN RECENT HISTORY IS LEAVING. IT’S BEEN REPORTED THAT HOXIE HEAD COACH SHELLY HOTY HAS ACCEPTED THE SAME POSITION AT MADISON-VIRGIL ... Continue Reading →

Tornadoes cause damage in Dickinson County Wednesday night…more severe weather expected Thursday

For the second straight day, crews are examining tornado damage in Kansas. Initial reports indicated more than 20 homes, damaged or destroyed near Chapman as tornado sliced through ... Continue Reading →

Law enforcement responds to shots fired in Weskan…and other headlines: May 25, 2016

There are several reports of significant damage and critical injuries after a string of tornadoes in western Kansas. Homes were reported destroyed in Ford, Hodgeman, and Ness counties ... Continue Reading →

Man accused in Fort Riley bomb plot pleads guilty…and other headlines: May 24, 2016

A man accused of aiding a foiled plot to bomb a Kansas military base on behalf of the Islamic State group has pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge. Alexander E. Blair admitted in a ... Continue Reading →

Today in Kansas Report: May 23, 2016

The Kansas Board of Regents has approved a working group to study how the state’s universities respond to sexual violence and other discrimination issues. A separate group will study ... Continue Reading →

‘Click it. Or ticket.’ Campaign Seeks to Reduce Traffic Injuries, Deaths

Topeka doctor Bill Sachs doesn’t treat every car crash victim that comes to Stormont Vail Health. But as the trauma program director for the hospital, he and his staff see the worst. “We ... Continue Reading →

Person found dead in Dodge City fire…and other headlines: May 12, 2016

Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has signed a bill to subject officials’ emails about public business to disclosure even if they’re on private accounts or devices. Brownback signed the ... Continue Reading →
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