The Star’s series on secrecy highlighted several examples of state and local agencies hiding information from the public.
Authorities said Montiel was involved in a police chase that started in Rice County Friday. The crash occurred during the chase.
It was the seventh straight month with lower private-sector job numbers than in 2016.
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Kansas farmers are encouraging Tyson officials to invest in a chicken plant in Sedgwick County.
Fire officials say they’re still looking for a cause behind Thursday’s co-op fire in North Newton.
Estes says until he has more answers from the DHS, he will not be taking a stance.
Last week, the Wichita Firefighters Union President said he wasn’t happy about the selection process and wanted the union to be more involve…
“I just felt so bad to see that I had everything and they had so little,” said Aiden Tindall, 6th grader.
The event is not only meant to help those less fortunate but to get the students involved as well.
His bond has been set at $250,000. His next court appearance is set for November 30.
A new rule adopted yesterday by the FCC will allow telephone providers to block calls originating from certain fake phone numbers.
A Texas Sheriff’s Department said a body found Wednesday in Texas is that of a Kansas man.
A Coffeyville man who tried to buy an explosive on the internet was sentenced Friday to two years in federal prison.
The cost of protesting at the Kansas Capitol in Topeka is increasing – sometimes substantially.