Interview: western Kansas Red Cross volunteers summoned to help with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts

Curtis Duncan interviews Becky LaPolice with the American Red Cross about how western Kansas volunteers have been trained to respond to natural disasters such as Hurricane Harvey.   Continue Reading →

Senator Jerry Moran Interview: August 25, 2017

U.S. Senator Jerry Moran discusses some of the issues that have been brought up during his Listening Tour while congress is on their August break. Topics discussed include the modernization ... Continue Reading →

New charges for “AK 47 Bandit”…and other headlines: August 24, 2017

There are now bank robbery charges against the so-called “AK 47 bandit”, who has been in custody in Nebraska since June. He was arrested there after allegedly firing at ... Continue Reading →

Senator Jerry Moran to make Listening Tour stop in Goodland Friday

Press Release from the office of U.S. Senator Jerry Moran: U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) today announced that he will visit Goodland as part of his Kansas Listening Tour on Friday, ... Continue Reading →

Interview: U.S. Senator Jerry Moran discusses upcoming Town Hall Meetings, North Korea, and the Veterans Choice Program

United States Senator Jerry Moran is making a Listening Tour during the August Recess. Upcoming stops in northwest Kansas include: Friday, August 11th – Cheyenne County Courthouse ... Continue Reading →

Colorado man in hospital after I-70 crash in Sherman Co…and other headlines: July 11, 2017

A driver from Colorado is in the hospital after rolling his car on I-70 in Sherman County. He ran off the roadway into the north ditch, flipping the vehicle several times. That man ... Continue Reading →

Feds seize bomb materials, guns and ammo from Montana home of man accused of shooting at trooper in Sherman County…and other headlines: July 6, 2017

FBI agents seize bomb-making materials, seven guns and ammunition from the Montana home of a man accused of opening fire on a Kansas state trooper on I-70 in Sherman County. That man ... Continue Reading →

Man who shot at trooper is suspected “AK-47 bandit”…and other headlines: June 28, 2017

It’s now confirmed that the man accused of shooting at a KHP trooper in Sherman County this month is the same man suspected in more than a half-dozen bank robberies in four states. ... Continue Reading →

Rep. Adam Smith: New Kansas law could effect local, home-owned carnivals

The following is from Kansas State Representative Adam Smith: The bill impacting amusement rides has officially made it into law. I have continued my efforts to mitigate the impact ... Continue Reading →

Interview with Mike Morley from Midwest Energy

Clay Patton talks with Mike Morley from Midwest Energy about the potential power line and fire dangers associated with the high winds today. Continue Reading →
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