WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A lawsuit filed against a Wichita car dealership by the wife of a police officer injured when he was run over by a sport utility vehicle from the business has been settled for an undisclosed amount. Officer Brian Arterburn was critically injured in February 2017 when...
A Leavenworth, Kansas man is sentenced to 18 years in prison for using Facebook messenger to sexually exploit a 13-year-old girl.
Renee C. Johnson-Fritz was sentenced after she was convicted for ordering an inmate at Lansing prison to commit murder.
Some call it rare. They call it a blessing. Three Kansas sisters have each reached 100 years old.
The Christmas season of hoops began with Kansas State looking like it would rather be home watching Home Alone on cable than meeting Albany of the America East Conference. Even Kevin McCallister would have made a hand-to-cheeks shocked look with 10 turnovers in the game’s early moments. K-State hit a...
MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — Nijel Pack scored 17 points and Mark Smith scored 14 with 10 rebounds and Kansas State opened it up in the second half and beat Albany 71-43 on Wednesday night. Smith’s dunk with 14:52 remaining made it a 42-24 contest in favor of Kansas State (4-2),...
A St. Marys, Kansas, man pleaded guilty Wednesday to trespassing in the U.S. Capitol and taking selfies during the January 6 insurrection in Washington, D.C. Mark Rebegila, 32, faces up to six months in prison and a $5,000 fine for the misdemeanor charge. He was accused of parading, demonstrating or picketing during the insurrection. He is among eight people from Kansas who have been charged — and the third to plead guilty — for their part in the riot.
An anticipated federal vaccine mandate poised to affect employees at the University of Kansas and Kansas State University could be tamped down by a challenge from the Kansas attorney general.
TOPEKA (KSNT) – The White House confirmed Wednesday the Omicron variant is now in the U.S. The person is a traveler who returned from South Africa on Nov. 22 and tested positive on Nov. 29. The individual was vaccinated but had not received a booster shot. Local health officials are continuing to encourage the community […]
Kansas hunters can again get their deer tested for chronic wasting disease for free. The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks announced Wednesday that deer hunters can get free testing for the 2021-22 seasons through a research project collaboration with the University of Missouri. Chronic wasting disease, or CWD, is...
A large home in the middle of the prairie is ready to become a turnkey retreat. It’s also the most expensive home currently on the market in Kansas. “It is honestly almost impossible to put everything into words that makes this house so cool,” says the listing agent, Alissa Unruh with J.P. Weigand & Sons. “You can just walk in and live.”
WICHITA, Kan. (WIBW) - With over $3.5 billion invested in the Sunflower State by businesses, 2021 marks the most successful business year in Kansas history. On Wednesday, Dec. 1, Kansas Governor Laura Kelly says the Sunflower State topped $3.5 billion business dollars invested in the state in 2021. The announcement was made at Integra Technologies Inc., a manufacturing service provider in Wichita.
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TOPEKA, Kan. — Dr. Lee Norman, who led Kansas through the coronavirus pandemic until his abrupt departure last month, has said in an interview that he was “Fauci’d” out by COVID-19 politics. Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly announced on Nov. 19 that Norman had stepped down as both top administrator at...
TOPEKA, (KSNT) — Two major universities in Kansas are updating their vaccine policies after pressure from the Attorney General. Kansas State University (K-State) made changes to their vaccine policy Wednesday, shortly after Kansas Capitol Bureau inquired about the issue. The University of Kansas (KU) also updated their policy recently, making changes to their exemption form […]