KBI investigating Graham County murders

GRAHAM COUNTY – The Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) and the Graham County Sheriff’s Office are investigating the murders of two individuals which occurred yesterday in Graham ... Continue Reading →

Ness County sheriff arrested

The following is a press release from the Kansas Bureau of Investigation: NESS COUNTY – Following an investigation into official misconduct, the Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) ... Continue Reading →

Thomas County accident sends 2 to hospital…and other headlines: December 19, 2017

Two people, taken to the hospital in Colby after rolling their pickup truck on a county road in Thomas County. The driver overcorrected after the passenger side wheels slipped off the ... Continue Reading →

New charges filed against former Wakeeney police chief…and other headlines: December 15, 2017

Former WaKeeney Police Chief Terry Eberle faces perjury and other new charges as part of an ongoing investigation from the KBI. He already faces blackmail, theft, official misconduct, ... Continue Reading →

Early morning high speed chase in Colby

The following is a press release from Colby Police Chief Ron Alexander: At approximately 0251 on December 13, 2017 an Officer from the Colby Police Department was patrolling westbound ... Continue Reading →

Worker dies after falling from phone tower in Trego Co…and other headlines: December 12, 2017

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration arrives in Trego County to investigate the death of a worker who fell off a phone tower. The case does appear to be an accident. The ... Continue Reading →

Barta and Felts among 5 to be inducted into KSHSAA Hall of Fame

Five individuals have been selected for induction into the Kansas State High School Activities Hall of Fame Class of 2018. Awards will be presented during 2018 in conjunction with a ... Continue Reading →

Parker Nemechek of Goodland nominated by Senator Moran for U.S. Air Force Academy

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) has nominated 42 Kansas students to enter the United States Service Academies as part of the class of 2018. “Having the chance to ... Continue Reading →

New report shows Ogallala Aquifer is shrinking faster than previously expected…and other headlines: November 13, 2017

A new analysis of data finds the Ogallala Aquifer shrank twice as fast over the past six years as compared with the previous 60. Many farmers rely on it for crops. The United States ... Continue Reading →

Colby Police release information on Colby High School lockdown

The following is a press release from the City of Colby Police Department regarding the lockdown that occurred at Colby High School on November 7, 2017. At approximately 11:28am on ... Continue Reading →