The bill being debated in Topeka is meant to make sure animal facilities are being held to similar standards.
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The community considers Bethany an important part of Lindsborg.
County officials said an incorrect address can cause problems for law enforcement or emergency services when responding to a call.
The student volunteers from Chaparral High School helped a rancher who lost his barn in last week’s wildfire.
District leaders want FEMA-approved storm shelters at the elementary and high schools.
The students have been raising money and applying for grants to bring back their library.
Alex Deaton made his first court appearance Friday. It was a short hearing held in Pratt County
Fire crews spent almost seven hours monitoring hot spots, but weather conditions made that job even harder.
Rossella Mclain left her house with nothing but the clothes on her back.
KSN spoke to a retired Dorrance firefighter who lost his home in the fire on Monday.
Since Wednesday, the community has been saying prayers for one of their own.
Investigators and prosecutors met in Great Bend to discuss the next steps in the case.
Authorities have arrested a man suspected of critically injuring a convenience store clerk. The clerk was identified as 19-year-old Riley Ju…
Statewide agriculture valuations are estimated to increase by $31 to $184 per acre of dry land.
Researchers at Kansas State University are working on creating a wheat that is designed to handle weather and plant diseases.