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Federal prosecutors have accused a U.S. Postal Service employee in Kansas City, Kan., with stealing prescription pain medicine from the mail.
A newly released drought update says most of Kansas is still in a drought.
On Tuesday July 9, 2013 we had the story on Kansas Highways and the possibility of toll fees rising in the future.
Prosecutors from around the country are in Topeka, focusing on Domestic Violence issues.
Brownback says he won’t disclose the applicants for the Kansas Court of Appeals because it would prevent some qualified candidates from coming forward.
Members of problem-gambling task forces in Kansas say the state is not adequately funding efforts to combat gambling and other addictions.
The Kansas Attorney General’s office is no longer asking a judge to sentence a former law officer to 50 years without parole for killing his wife.
A standoff between authorities and a man suspected of firing shots at a Wichita Kmart is continuing at an apartment complex.
To keep your time around the water safe and enjoyable, the American Red Cross has important tips for you to follow.
Wind power development does not ruffle the feathers of greater prairie chicken populations
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Labor community organizations were chanting outside of the Americans For Prosperity offices at southwest 24th and Topeka Boulevard Wednesday afternoon.
It happened around 7:15pm Wednesday in the parking lot of the Beverly Bernardi Post Conservatory of Dance at 59-38 southwest 17th.
Police are looking for a man who fired shots in a Kmart store in south Wichita. No one was hurt.