Power Outage Scheduled In Colby

Power will be out for a good chunk of Colby overnight tonight. Crews will start at 2am, and will have to cut the lights north of College drive for as long as three hours. They’ll ... Continue Reading →

Goodland High Remodel On Track

Work continues on Goodland High School, which is undergoing a remodeling and expansion project. The work is said to still be on schedule, which means everything should be ready for ... Continue Reading →

Kansas Hospitals Ramp Up Ebola Training

A number of hospitals across Kansas are training their workers on how to handle potential Ebola cases. Employees are being trained on the proper steps to take in putting on and taking ... Continue Reading →

Death Penalty Sought In Murder Of Adoptive Parents

Prosecutors plan to seek the death penalty against a man in Wichita accused of killing his adoptive parents with the help of his biological mother and two friends. That announcement ... Continue Reading →

Counterfeit Cash Surfaces In Hays

Police in Hays are looking for whoever passed a phony $50 at a sporting goods store. A bank employee noticed it in the store’s deposit and called police. The phony cash isn’t ... Continue Reading →

Royals Qualify For World Series

The Kansas City Royals complete a sweep of the Baltimore Orioles and qualify for the 2014 World Series with today’s 2-1 win. They’ll await the winner of the National League ... Continue Reading →

Oakley Hosts Cornhusking Contest

Oakley’s Buffalo Bill Cultural Center plays host to the 43rd annual Kansas Cornhusking Contest this weekend. There are festivities throughout the day and evening today and tomorrow, ... Continue Reading →

Federal Charges In Sherman County Drug, Credit Card Case

There are federal charges in a case involving drugs and counterfeit credit cards in Sherman County. Justin Bennett is accused of having cocaine and intending to sell it, as well as ... Continue Reading →

Second KS County Issues Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

Same-sex couples are lining up for marriage applications in Johnson County after a judge cleared the way for what could be the first gay marriage in Kansas. 42 same-sex couples had ... Continue Reading →

Dairy Queen Data Breach Includes KS Stores

Dairy Queen says it’s payment systems were targeted by a data breach, with hackers getting ahold of customer names and card numbers. A handful of Kansas stores are impacted, ... Continue Reading →
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