The Pawnee County Community Food Bank in Larned was broken into early on Wednesday morning.
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Skyline schools in Pratt tragically lost their high school science teacher Chuck Young to pancreatic cancer at the end of September.
On Tuesday, two alpacas were found dead in the backyard of Justin Antrim’s father’s home. Their deaths may be related to wild dogs.
The Great Bend School District is making sure kids are safe in school. It’s the focus of a safety audit at Great Bend’s High School.
One of the hardest hit areas was near Kismet in Seward County.
A nationwide shortage of qualified truck drivers is impacting the trucking industry in Kansas.
For the last two years businesses in Great Bend were hit by the drought when not as many hunters came to the state.
The Brit Spaugh Zoo in Great Bend had a zoo director resign in December to take a job in Florida.
Terry Dean Ruebush was arrested last Thursday for suspected sexual exploitation of a child.
It’s a celebration for St. Rose Health Center in Great Bend. A new building providing access to specialty doctors is now open.
The Salina Police Department Drug Task Force made a drug bust at a home after a traffic stop over the weekend.
The Barton County Health Department is going to small towns like Odin to give people like Verna Schiller flu shots.
School officials remember Dylon Pavlus-Newill as a star athlete and dedicated student, who brought spirit to the community.
Kansas State Polytechnic unveiled a outdoor netted facility for training and research for unmanned aerial systems on Wednesday.
A new building for emergency services in Ellis County is housing rural fire, EMS and emergency management under one roof.