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Rabies cases rise in Kansas

MANHATTAN, Kan. – The Kansas Department of Agriculture’s Division of Animal Health has identified a an increased number of rabies cases reported in Kansas this year. As of June ... Continue Reading →

Update: Missing Colorado child found safe in Yuma County

Update: Sidney Carlisle has been found safe.  Police say that the 5 year old was found in Yuma county early Thursday morning.  Yuma county borders Kansas.  Reports claim Kiri McMillion, ... Continue Reading →

Drought status updated

The state updates the drought status across Kansas. Last year all 105 counties were in some level of drought. Now most of the state is out of that, with the western third or so still ... Continue Reading →

Zebra mussels return to Kansas

Zebra mussels turn up again in Kansas, this time in Sumner County at Wellington Lake. Those are an invasive species that tend to hitch a ride on boats taken from one lake to another. ... Continue Reading →

Report: wiretaps up in Kansas in 2014

A new report says federal judges in Kansas authorized 29 wiretaps in drug investigations in 2014, compared to five the previous year. The report to Congress says the number of wiretaps ... Continue Reading →
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Summer Harvest Reports continue on Kansas Farm and Ranch Radio

Wheat harvest on the Golden Plains is in full swing and Kansas Farm and Ranch Radio, a division of Rocking M Media, LLC, is in the fields bringing you updates and reports from producers, ... Continue Reading →
Vehicle Accident - General

Accident in Gove County on I-70 injures 3

Three people, including a baby are in the hospital after their tire blew out on I-70 in Gove County. This happened two miles west of Grainfield on the westbound lanes. The force of ... Continue Reading →
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KS high court puts hold on increase in school aid

The Kansas Supreme Court puts a lower court’s order for the state to immediately increase aid to public schools by roughly $50 million, on hold. The one-page order comes just ... Continue Reading →

Attorney General dismisses same-sex marriage case

Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt dismisses a case he filed last year with the state Supreme Court to keep counties from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Schmidt filed ... Continue Reading →

More sorghum in Kansas this year

The government says Kansas farmers have planted a lot more sorghum this year. They have 3.3 million acres planted, about 16 percent more than last year. Soybean acres are down about ... Continue Reading →
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