The Sedgwick County Extension Office has confirmed its first case of sugarcane aphids of 2017.
“We have a heck of a mess on our hands right now,” said Great Bend City Council member Dana Dawson.
Gearge Enns, 71, and his wife, Agatha Enns, 69, of Meade, pleaded guilty to one count of money laundering conspiracy.
Six lakes are also under a public health watch.
The suspect died of a self-inflicted gunshot.
River tourists will be able to see everything from Cowtown and the Keeper of the Plains to the Wichita Boathouse.
The You drink. You drive. YOU LOSE. campaign runs through September 3.
A former employee of a restaurant in central Kansas has been found guilty of threatening to spit on a customer’s pizza.
“They’re not going to be any more prone to stare up into the sun on Monday than they would any other day,” Dr. Gary Stamps said.
Lawmakers are reviewing a policy of providing free office space to news organization in the Kansas Statehouse.
Bill Raymond, 55, pleaded guilty to three counts of transporting child pornography and one count of possessing child pornography.
A constipated 49-year-old lowland gorilla at the Topeka Zoo in Kansas is recovering after having surgery.
Officials announced changes to the pay structure to address correctional officer retention.
Wayne Henneke, a council member in ward 2, submitted his letter of resignation effective immediately.
A Kansas jailer has been arrested on suspicion of having unlawful sexual relations with an inmate.