The sign says “Hit my child or my dog because you’re speeding, you won’t need a lawyer.”
Newton residents have seen an increase in their water rates the past two years.
Prosecutors allege Rippey contacted adoption agencies and individuals, pretending she was pregnant and seeking to give up her unborn child.
Macomber was convicted in 2012 of second-degree murder but the Kansas Court of Appeals ordered a retrial.
Central Kansas authorities say a house fire that left a man dead is suspicious.
Over the weekend, racist comments were made anonymously on apps using GPS tracking around Fort Hays State University.
Wichita State University confirms they are looking into the transfers of four women’s basketball players.
KSN launched a three-month long investigation into plea negotiations and sex crimes in Sedgwick County.
The Wellington woman accused of killing her own son appeared in court Thursday after having a mental evaluation.
The governor outlined proposed budget adjustments Thursday before a meeting of the House Appropriations Committee.
KSN has won the Regional Murrow Award for Best Website.
The Hutchinson Police Department will soon start equipping its officers with body cameras.
A former Kansas Department of Revenue employee is jailed in Johnson County on 51 felonies, including bribery, identity theft and misconduct.
A survey by the Docking Institute of Public Affairs at FHSU shows discrepancies between what Kansans want and what the Legislature is doing.
Forty percent said they were very concerned that the Kansas economy will seriously threaten their family welfare.