KSN searched the KBI sex offender registry and the Harvey County Sex Offender registry, but Keith Hawkins’ name never showed up.
According to Trooper Tod with the Kansas Highway Patrol, a semi-truck has blown over near WaKeeney on I-70.
The Butler County Sheriff’s Office was able to alert people in the Douglass area thanks to the reverse 911 system.
Video captured the two breaking into the business in the 4300 block of Vine Street.
Minnesota Gopher Football specialist Justin Juenemann, from Phillipsburg, learned of his scholarship in an unconventional way.
Clark County ranchers will get about $18 million in federal funds for miles of fencing lost when fires burned about 425,000 acres in March.
Troopers were checking the exteriors, steering, exits, and first aid supplies.
More than 400 new teachers and staff will be at Northwest High today for New Staff Orientation.
Westar says the utility and Great Plains Energy will file their new merger plan with Kansas regulators later this month.
A back-to-school display at a Walmart has caused an uproar on social media.
Now, a local rescue group is stepping in, to give two of the dogs a helping hand.
According to Banda, she will be moving to Spokane Thursday morning, where marijuana, both medicinal and recreational, is legal.
A Wichita mom is begging thieves to return her son’s custom, special needs tricycle.
The pool was shut down on Sunday and Monday for cleanup.
235 people are still without power.