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Kansas appeals Silvio De Sousa's 2-year NCAA ban

Kansas is attempting to get the NCAA's two-year ban of forward Silvio De Sousa overturned. The NCAA ruled Feb. 1 that De Sousa's guardian took money from a Kansas booster and agent and agreed to continue to receive money from that party in the future. De Sousa sat out the 2018-19 season awaiting an


Record Kansas Super Cash jackpot won in northeast Kansas

TOPEKA, Kan. — The Kansas Lottery says someone in northeast Kansas won a record Super Kansas Cash jackpot. The winner matched all five numbers and the Super Cash Ball in the April 17 drawing. The record $6,691,944 jackpot is the first time someone won the Super Kansas Cash since Jan. 10, 2018.


Kansas police officer seriously hurt when patrol car crashes into school bus

TYRO, Kan. (KAKE) - Authorities say a southeast Kansas police officer suffered serious injuries when his patrol vehicle rear-ended a school bus. The accident happened just after 4 p.m. Wednesday on Route 166 about two miles west of Tyro. The Kansas Highway Patrol reports the bus was stopped to drop


New fiscal forecast gives Kansas a little room on Medicaid, tax relief

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas officials have issued a new fiscal forecast that is a little more optimistic about how much tax revenue the state should expect to collect over the next two years.


Law enforcement in Kansas and surrounding states, cracking down on impaired driving

Starting Friday until Saturday, law enforcement in Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, Arkansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma will be cracking down on impaired driving. The Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office will be participating in the crackdown. All available Drug Recognition Experts and Andvanced Roadside Impaired D


Big Kansas Road Trip to showcase NW Kansas

Local restaurants, businesses, and museums in three Northwest Kansas counties will welcome travelers from across the state during the Big Kansas Road Trip May 2-5. The road trip is organized by the Kansas Sampler Foundation to help Kansans learn more about their state and to preserve and sustain rur


Budweiser Clydesdales visit Kansas Capitol

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNW) - The Budweiser Clydesdale's were at the Kansas State Capitol on Thursday to celebrate the new Kansas law allowing stronger beer to be sold in convenience and grocery stores in Kansas.


School redesign set to begin in several SE Kansas districts

Several southeast Kansas schools are accepted to take part in a statewide school redesign program. Administrators at Columbus High School say they are excited to begin the redesign process. They say that while it may involve some changes to the building, the process is more focused on how students a


Most expensive listing in Kansas is $9.25 million ‘French country home’ in Mission Hills

MISSION HILLS, Kan. — Want to live in a 12,360-square-foot “massive provincial French country home” without leaving Kansas City?. It’s only going to cost you $9.25 million.


One dead following rollover on Kansas Turnpike south of El Dorado

EL DORADO, Kan. (KSNW) - The Kansas Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal accident in the southbound lanes of the Kansas Turnpike. It happened just after 3 p.m. about a mile south of the El Dorado exit.


'Three seconds longer': KU freshman wins Kansas Relays heptathlon by 1 point

“You’re only going to be in pain for like three seconds longer.”. “You’re only going to be in pain for like three seconds longer.”. Those were the words running through freshman Toni Englund’s head as she rounded the second to last curve in the 800-meter race on Thursday.


WVU baseball: Manoah, Mountaineers aim to stay hot against Kansas

Pitching and defense have helped the West Virginia University baseball team leap onto the national scene in recent weeks, with the Mountaineers appearing in five of the six national polls this week.


Main Street Kansas: Kansas woman creates eye-popping animal paintings

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) - If you have walked around Towne West Mall lately, you may have noticed a different kind of store. On this week's Main Street Kansas, KSN Photojournalist Merry Murray introduces us to artist Krystle Cole, who loves bright colors and animals.


New Kansas law reduces number of required emergency school drills

TOPEKA, KS (KCTV) -- A new law in Kansas could mean students won’t go through as many safety drills in schools. Recently, Gov. Laura Kelly signed a law that drops the number of required safety drills in Kansas schools to three, including crisis drills.


Kansas Sen. Moran says national attention could lead to changes on how the Missouri River is managed

A United States Senator from Kansas is frustrated that a disaster aid package, which would provide assistance to flood victims, has stalled in Congress. But, Sen. Jerry Moran says presidential politics might help.


Severe weather rolls across south-central Kansas

Spectacular lightning, heavy rain, and hail peppered south central and southeast Kansas Wednesday night. Severe thunderstorm warnings were issued for several counties, including Sedgwick.


22-year-old Kansas woman jailed for drive-by shooting

SEDGWICK COUNTY—Law enforcement are investigating a Kansas woman in connection with a shooting. Just after 12:20p.m. Wednesday, police responded to report of a disturbance with shots fired in the 3000 Block of South Clifton in Wichita, according to office Charley Davidson.


Kansas Child Welfare Services Funding Increased

Governor signs bill increasing funding of child welfare services in Kansas. Aligns state requirements with federal Family First Prevention Services Act. Governor Laura Kelly signed House Bill 2103 today, injecting millions into Kansas programs that strengthen vulnerable children and families. This b


Watch: Strong storms rumble across Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas

DALLAS — Severe thunderstorms rumbled across North Texas, the Texas Panhandle, Oklahoma and southeastern Kansas, producing several tornadoes and unleashing widespread hail. Seven tornadoes were reported across the Plains from the northeastern Texas Panhandle to southeastern Kansas. Strong winds hit


Bill Self Addresses NBA Rumors At Kansas Banquet

Kansas basketball had its worst season in over a decade, failing to win the Big 12 for the first time since Bill Self’s first season with the Jayhawks. Still, rumors persist about his future at the school.