Search continues in northern Kansas for accused murderer…and other headlines: September 8, 2017

The search continues in northern Kansas for a man accused of murder. Searches in Belleville, Scandia, and Concordia yesterday turned up empty. Schools and businesses were locked down ... Continue Reading →

Congressman Marshal leads the charge!

Congressman Marshall led the charge last night to help Kansas livestock haulers. Congressman Marshal along with Congressman Lucas and Congressman Smith submitted a letter to the Subcommittee ... Continue Reading →

Inmate population at Norton Correctional Facility increased prior to disturbance…and other headlines: September 7, 2017

Figures from the Kansas Department of Corrections show that the inmate population at the prison in Norton rose steadily for three months before a disturbance there. The state began ... Continue Reading →

Two injured during inmate disturbance at Norton prison…and other headlines: September 6, 2017

State corrections officials call it a ‘situation’, while the state’s biggest employees union calls it a ‘riot’ that happened last night at the prison in ... Continue Reading →

Charges filed election fraud in Kansas…and other headlines: September 1, 2017

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach’s office has filed two new criminal election fraud cases, including one alleging an attempt to vote by a non-citizen. The counts filed this ... Continue Reading →

Fire damages press box in Stockton

A fire overnight destroyed the press box at the Stockton High School football stadium. As a result, the Tigers’ season-opening home game against Trego, will likely be relocated. ... Continue Reading →

KDWP sends game wardens to assist with rescue efforts in Texas

TOPEKA, KS – At 1:30 a.m., August 31, a 14-member team of Kansas game wardens from the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) departed Wichita for Texas to ... Continue Reading →

Headlines from the Today in Kansas Report: August 31, 2017

A two-month investigation in Northwest Kansas and eastern Colorado leads to 41 arrests on drug charges. The counts include possession and distribution of meth and marijuana, with arrests ... Continue Reading →

Interview: Update from the Kansas Red Cross, August 30, 2017

RMM’s Curtis Duncan gets an update from Becky LaPolice with the American Red Cross on the latest relief efforts for southeast Texas: Continue Reading →

KS National Guard ready to deploy to TX if called upon…and other headlines: August 30, 2017

The Kansas National Guard has a number of Soldiers and Airmen on standby, ready to deploy if they are requested in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. The Division of Emergency Management ... Continue Reading →
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