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Kansas man charged with felony DWI and leaving scene of the accident
DAVIESS COUNTY, Mo. — A Kansas man is charged with DWI after a two vehicle accident in Daviess County. According to a probable cause statement, officers were notified of a two vehicle accident on Interstate 35. Law enforcement first came into contact with a person driving a Ford Fusion.
TKC TOLD YOU SO!!! SHOCK!!! JUDGE DISMISSES ALL SCHLITTERBAHN VERRÜCKT DECAPITATION CHARGES OVER ALLEGED KANSAS AG ABUSE!!!
Follow-up to a story wherein mainstream media keeps the most important detail quiet WHILST wringing their hands over the drama. Reality check, we noted the Kansas vendetta on this last year.
Architecture students draw potential plans for Lawrence Farmers' Market
University of Kansas architecture professor J. Todd Achelpohl’s second-year architecture design studio class designed hypothetical plans for the downtown Lawrence Farmers' Market, a project second-year architecture students don’t normally get to do.
Kansas governor issues disaster declaration ahead of winter storm
WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) - Gov. Laura Kelly has issued a declaration of disaster emergency ahead ofa winter storm that's expected to bring blizzard conditions to parts of the state on Saturday.
'It’s going to be fun': Buzz abound as KU basketball prepares for No. 14 Texas Tech
LAWRENCE — Not one to be prone to hyperbole, Bill Self nevertheless had no qualms labeling Kansas basketball’s weekend tilt at Texas Tech the team’s biggest game of the year, perhaps longer.
Lawrence group of arborists climbs, suspends from trees
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Even on winter days, arborists around Lawrence are ascending taut ropes high into trees. When the branches are bare, it's easier to examine a tree, making this a busy time for certified arborists.
Breaking down the Big 12 basketball race, each team's chances
Let's take a trip back to March 6, 2004. Usher ruled the charts with "Yeah!" Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King was the freshly crowned Best Picture Oscar winner in an 11-for-11 sweep.
Charges dropped against Schlitterbahn officials
KANSAS CITY, Kan. — A Wyandotte County judge on Friday dismissed all charges against Schlitterbahn Waterpark officials, saying he found multiple abuses by the Kansas Attorney General's Office in the grand jury process.
Blizzard Warning for SW Kansas Saturday
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Students' questions answered at Sex in the Dark event
Though they might not admit it, many college students have questions about sex that require more than a quick Google search. A panel of sexperts answered sex-related questions ranging from personal to medical for a Sex in the Dark event on Thursday night.
New Kansas alcohol laws to take effect in April
WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) - Starting April 1, new Kansas alcohol laws will go into effect, meaning stronger beer will be available in grocery and convenience stores. Mike Thornbrugh, with QuikTrip, has already been through alcohol law changes in other states.
Lawrence moves closer to feral cat colonies
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Lawrence city leaders are moving closer to allowing feral cat colonies in the city. The City Commission on Tuesday approved a first reading of an ordinance change that would allow for a trap-neuter-release program for feral cats. The proposal from the Lawrence Humane Society wo
Two hospitalized after car rear-ends Kansas school bus
ATCHISON COUNTY — Two people were injured in an accident just after 7a.m. Friday in Atchison County. The Kansas Highway Patrol reported a 2005 Chevy Impala driven by Skylar D. Coady, 21, Atchison, was traveling on U.S. 73 five miles west of Atchison.
Kansas City family faces autopsy nightmare after hiring 'Professor Lynn'
TOPEKA, KS (KCTV) -- The autopsy assistant who was the source of controversy in Michael Brown's autopsy case in Ferguson, MO, is back in a harsh spotlight. Shawn Parcells now operates under “Professor Lynn.” Families accuse him of fraud and lying about who he really is.
Update: Police identify NE Kansas checkbook theft suspect
JOHNSON COUNTY — Lenexa police reported Thursday they had identified the suspect in the alleged checkbook theft. The investigation continues, according to police. They released no additional details.
This is what the new downtown KCK grocery store could look like
KANSAS CITY, Kan. — People are one step closer to finding out what the new grocery store in downtown KCK will look like. The Unified Government and The Merc Co+op, who will be running the store, hope to break ground in June at 5th & Minnesota.
Special senior sendoff for equipment manager with cerebral palsy inspires crowd in Lawrence
LAWRENCE, Kan. -- Every shot counts since it's nearly playoff time for metro high school basketball teams. That includes the Free State Firebirds, a program that may have scored the school's sweetest basket ever.
Charges say how former KU volunteer volleyball coach allegedly kept stolen underwear
The stolen women’s underwear was kept, meticulously organized, in storage containers labeled with the names of current and former University of Kansas volleyball players, according to prosecutors.
Friday AM Blog: Yet another storm system working in!
Good Friday morning! We have made it through another crazy week. I will admit, I have enjoyed all of the crazy memes of me this week with our wild weather, lol. It has been a long but very short week. I am ready for the weekend. I am trying to paint the master bedroom. My cheap butt bought the paint
Car break-ins disrupt quiet Kansas town
SEDGWICK, Kan (KAKE) - Sedgwick police are investigating 12 car break-ins that occurred Tuesday morning and into Wednesday due to doors being left unlocked. Police Chief, Larry Alexander, said thieves stole a laptop, an iPod, and a firearm. However, he said their main target was car registration pap