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Early snow blankets much of Kansas
After that, a southerly wind should make it more humid late week with a possible shower or two by Friday as a weak trough slides in the nation’s midsection. The associated front may create rain, but it should be an iffy and spotty chance at best.
Garden City police investigate death of 16-year-old girl
GARDEN CITY, Kan. (KWCH)The Garden City Police Department is investigating the death of a 16-year-old girl.Police say around 8:45 a.m on Sunday, officers were called to the 2500 block of Labrador Blvd where the teen was found unresponsive.The girl was transported to St. Catherine Hospital, where she
Lamar Police Report: Accident at Lamar Community College
Oct. 11Officers were called to the 700 Block of South Mullen Street on a possible suicidal person. Subject was contacted and found to be intoxicated but was not attempting to harm themselves.Code enforcement officer responded to 500 N First St. concerning a doa gray and white cat. The cat was taken
'That would not be fun': Escapee nabbed after 4 days in Kansas City, Kansas still wearing handcuffs
© Mike Whitby/EyeEm/Getty ImagesFile photo of handcuffsOct. 15--Police may not know much about how an escapee re-arrested Sunday afternoon by Kansas City, Kan, officers spent his four days on the run.
Transgender Kansas residents sue state over birth certificate policy - Metro Weekly
Lambda Legal has filed a lawsuit on behalf of four transgender individuals and the Kansas Statewide Transgender Education Project, Inc., challenging Kansas’s policy preventing people from changing the gender marker on their birth certificates.
Texts show Kansas coaches knew of Adidas role
But text messages between Gassnola, Self and Townsend presented by defense attorneys on Monday indicated the Kansas coaches were at least aware of Gassnola's involvement in the Jayhawks' recruitment of current playerSilvio De Sousa, a native of Angola.
A fight in the field changed one Kansas farmer’s way of thinking and is saving the Ogallala Aquifer
In an effort to extend the life of the Ogallala Aquifer, Finney County farmer Duane Roth has pledged to cut back his water use, and he is seeing results. For instance, last year on his operation near Holcomb, he cut back his water use from 12 inches of water to 6 inches. His cousin, who has circles
Fifth grade boy jams with the Foo Fighters during Kansas City concert
KANSAS CITY, MO (KUSI) – A fifth grader in Missouri took the stage at a Foo Fighters concert over the weekend like a pro.Ten-year-old Collier Cash Rule went with his mom to a Foo Fighters Concert in Kansas City at the Sprint Center on Friday night.During the concert, Collier and his mother were rock
Cattle producer meeting to be held in Hugoton Oct. 23
A cattle producer meeting will be held from 9:30 a.m. to noon Oct. 23, at the 4-H Building in Hugoton, Kansas, sponsored by the Stevens County Extension office.
Liberal Police Make Burglary Arrest
On Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at about 3:23 a.m., officers responded to Gorditas to Go, 701 S. Kansas Avenue, for a burglary alarm. Responding officers found a damaged door at the business. No one was located inside.
USDA confirms ample US wheat supply in 2018-19, reassures customers about availability
On Sept. 28, USDA released its Small Grains Summary noting that 2018-19 U.S. wheat production increased to 51.3 MMT, up 8 percent from last year due to improvements in both average yield and harvested area. While this is still 8 percent below the 5-year average of 55.8 MMT, the 2018-19 production co
House departs without passing compromise farm bill
Senate Agriculture Committee Chairman Pat Roberts, R-KS; Ranking Member Debbie Stabenow, D-MI; House Agriculture Committee Chairman Michael Conaway, R-TX; and Ranking Member Collin Peterson, D-MN; met at the Capitol Oct. 4 and emerged from their conference room posing for a picture in a show of amit
Moscow’s Luis Jimenez Wins Billy’s 10 Best Scholarship
Moscow’s Luis Jimenez is the sixth winner of the Billy’s 10 Best Scholarship. Wagner was introduced as the winner during Thursday night’s On the Sidelines at Billy’s. Jimenez is a defensive end and offensive end for the Wildcats. He also participates in track, basketball, and cross country.
Bobcats fight through adversity, defeat Waynoka
TYRONE, Okla.— With a new quarterback making his first start and two freshmen and a sophomore filling in the injury gaps, the Tyrone Bobcats did what they had to do—keep plugging away. They did just that on their way to a 28-14 district win over the Waynoka Railroaders.
With a heart like that…
With a heart like that, how does a football team start the season 0-6? With a heart like that, how do you NOT win some of those games? With a heart like that—we’re not just talking players here but all of the coaches as well—isn’t it time your fortunes changed?The Larned Indians’ football season has
Great Plains Grazing webinar spotlights beef cattle production in the United States
Have you ever wondered where the food you buy comes from? Do you know the manner in which it was produced? A growing number of consumers are increasingly interested in where their food comes from and want to know that it reached their plate in a sustainable manner.
Kansas City woman accused of fatally stabbing teen outside apartment complex
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- An 18-year-old woman has been charged in connection to fatally stabbing a teenager last week.Heaven Redick was charged Saturday night with second-degree murder and armed criminal action.Alaysia Nelson, 18, was killed in the stabbing that happened Oct. 9 in the 9300 block of
Alligator found underneath car in Kansas, police say
An alligator was discovered beneath a vehicle in Olathe, Kansas, on Monday, police said in a Thursday Facebook post.(Olathe Police Department)This critter isn’t staying in one Kansas city for long.
Kansas Schools Having Increasingly Difficult Time Finding Teachers - The Salina Post
“I have calls from superintendents that say, ‘Man, what’s going to happen to me if I don’t get a person in this position?’ ” said Susan Helbert, the assistant director for teacher licensure at the Kansas State Department of Education. “Well, actually nothing is going to happen except I need to know
Kansas State Fair's new director looks ahead
HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) — The Kansas State Fair's new director hopes to overcome challenges in order to grow the annual end-of-summer event in Hutchinson.Robin Jennison recently took over the fair after leading the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism, theTopeka Capital-Journalreported. Ea