Colby Aquatic Park Closes

The Colby Aquatic Park is now closed for the off-season. The city council decided last month to make yesterday the closing date, in part because of the expenses of operating the pool ... Continue Reading →

Kansas Unemployment Rate Increases Slightly

The unemployment rate in Kansas ticks up in July, from 4.8 to 4.9 percent. The number of people with jobs fell by roughly 3,300 during the month. That said, the labor department says ... Continue Reading →

WSU Considers Major Expansion

Wichita State is considering an expansion that would include up to 20 new buildings where the campus golf course is now. That would make the campus 50 percent bigger, roughly. The ... Continue Reading →

Report: Kansas Overcharged Medicaid By $11 Million

The latest report from the federal government claims Kansas improperly billed Medicaid for nearly $11 million during the 2010 fiscal year. Most of that centered on school-based health ... Continue Reading →
Oil Well Pumps

KS Congressional Delegation Speaks At Oil Conference

Kansas’ congressional delegation will be on stage at the Kansas Independent Oil and Gas Association’s convention today. U.S. Senator Pat Roberts and U.S. Representatives ... Continue Reading →

Goodland Water Park Fundraiser Planned

A fundraiser is set for tonight in Goodland to raise money for upgraded pool equipment at Steever Water Park. A dunk tank and races are part of the events from 7:30 to 9:30 this evening. Continue Reading →

Ferguson Protests Reach KS Cities

Protestors march in KCK and Wichita in the wake of the violence in Ferguson, Missouri. The demonstrators chanted against police brutality and racial profiling, among other things. ... Continue Reading →

Police Agencies Ramp Up DUI, Seat Belt Patrols

Additional patrols are expected statewide as the highway patrol and local police step up enforcement of DUI and seat belt laws. The added enforcement will run through Labor Day weekend. Continue Reading →

Ten KS Lakes Covered In Algae Warning

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment is out with another warning about toxic levels of blue-green algae in several lakes. There are now warnings up for 10 lakes, with the ... Continue Reading →

FHSU, DCCC Merger Talks Continue

. Discussions continue in Dodge City for a merger between Dodge City Community College and Fort Hays State University. The school’s board will talk about it further tonight with ... Continue Reading →
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