Jurors deliberated about six hours before finding ex-Tulsa officer Shannon Kepler, 57, guilty of the lesser charge.
The president has no immediate plans to visit the state to inspect the aftermath of the wind-whipped wildfires.
Federico is wanted by the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office for multiple drug charges.
Hutchinson is looking to get back to its winning ways this Friday against a strong Maize team.
Plenty of highlights from this year’s Shocker Madness, as both the men’s and women’s teams get ready for the upcoming season.
The honorees did not accept awards or give speeches as usual, but some chose to perform or other musicians performed in their honor.
The cleanup began last week off of Newport Beach, the California Coastal Commission announced Wednesday.
The resolution is expected to pass since republicans hold a majority in the Senate.
“Our silence has given the wrong people power for too long,” she wrote, “and it’s time to take our power back.”
Louisville trustees fired Tom Jurich Wednesday in the wake of the school’s involvement in a national federal investigation of college basket…
Wichita city leaders are responding to concerns regarding transparency in the Wichita Police Department.
The Innocence Project says Kansas is one of 18 states without a compensation law.
Caitlin Vogel was an autism instructional assistant for the Olathe school district.
The stakes are raised for the Salthawks and Eagles as they are facing off for not just an important win, but Game of the Week bragging right…
“If this was my day, God’s will be done. He gave me another 90 days,” the 55-year-old Shore said in reaction to the execution delay.