Currently, Ruben is still in the hospital, but the doors to Ruben’s Mexican Grill will reopen Monday.
“Ruben is a strong man, and he’s continuing to fight every day,” said Demieville.
Lottery officials had worked for months to get lawmakers to pass the bill authorizing vending machine sales.
The Kansas City Star reports the storms knocked down trees and power lines across the area on Saturday night.
The passenger, a 19-year-old female, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Homes and businesses within a half-mile of the McShares Inc. plant were evacuated for about two hours Friday afternoon.
Catholic Charities of Wichita is continuing to serve thousands of Kansans.
John Dean Armstrong was a navy pilot from Hutchinson.
The Salina Fire Department is responding to a chemical spill at McShares, Inc. in northeast Salina Friday afternoon.
Sheriff’s detectives recently made two arrests relating to storage unit burglaries in the 6000 block of South Oliver.
The owners suspect fowl play but don’t know who might have hurt their horse.
James N. Stephenson, 25, Hoxie, pleaded guilty to one count of mail theft.
Sen. Moran, a Kansas Republican, says President Donald Trump’s new Cuba policy closes off a potentially lucrative market for farmers.
A severe winter storm, straight-line winds and flooding struck the state April 28-May 3.
The woman has been identified as 34-year-old Courtney Kloster of Newton.