The Shawnee County Director of Public Works is accused of using the county’s mechanic shop to fix his own personal truck.
The investigation into the injury accident is still on-going at this time.
The name of the man who was shot yesterday during the warrant service in North Topeka has been identified.
Leaders of the largest Kansas teachers’ union vowed Tuesday to fight through November’s elections against the Legislature’s vote to eliminate tenure.
With more pleasant weather approaching, members of the Riley County Police Department would like to remind folks to keep doors and windows on homes, apartments, and vehicles secured.
An Arizona couple has given Kansas State University $1.5 million toward the expansion of the College of Engineering.
Everyone is going orange in the name of “Work Zone Safety.”
The Lyon County Crime Stoppers want information on two arsons from last week.
The ballots for USD 501′s multi-million dollar bond issue are due today.
Some North Topeka residents are shaken after an officer-involved shooting Monday afternoon. One man was injured and taken to the hospital, according to Shawnee County Undersheriff Terry Maple.
Local GM dealers say they are still waiting for a repair part as part of a massive recall.
This weekend, the House and Senate both approved a bill that would give more funding to poor school districts, but would eliminate teachers’ tenure.
The Downtown Revitalization Project is getting a boost in funding.
A woman wanted for theft and forgery is Monday’s Northeast Kansas Most Wanted.
An Iola man was sentenced today to 7 ½ years in prison for manufacturing methamphetamine.
One person is in custody in Manhattan on various robbery charges.
Public school teachers in Kansas likely will lose their legal protections against getting fired after legislators tacked that and other policy changes onto a court-mandated plan to boost aid for poor school districts.