Megan Vaughan’s workout consists of her using boxes of wine which range from five to ten pounds. She also drinks wine.
A Wichita police detective held a smart phone and Internet seminar for parents Thursday night.
Sedgwick County firefighters and the county commission remain at an impasse over pay raises.
A proposed “step therapy” medication proposal for Kansas Medicaid patients is generating controvery.
A judge denied a motion to suppress a video in which Samuel Vonachen allegedly confessed to setting fire to his family’s home.
New federal rules regulating e-cigarettes have some local vape shops concerned.
The Barton County Sheriff’s Office reports it collected nearly 200 pounds of expired, unwanted and unused medication.
The Kansas City Star reports that a judge made the placement Wednesday.
One person was injured in a motorcycle crash Thursday afternoon.
A Thursday morning donut disturbance has Salina police looking for a suspect in a hit and run case.
Closing arguments in the civil case against abortion opponent Angel Dillard are expected Thursday afternoon.
Both 2014 and 2015 saw more than 200 calls to Calvary Towers.
University of Kansas Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little has vetoed student funding for a parallel government for minority students.
Alexander E. Blair is charged with helping 21-year-old John T. Booker Jr. of Topeka in planning to plant a bomb outside Fort Riley.
Quentin Kirk Lawton is charged with one count of making a false statement to a federal officer.