After years of consideration by lawmakers a Kansas domestic violence law has been passed.
Its a bill that was pushed through legislation for 4 years. Governor Mark Parkinson signed the bill to track people who are continuously domestic violence offenders. Advocates say house bill 2517 is a good way to keep track of domestic violence crimes but will also reduce the amount of offenders...
Governor Parkinson has designated this week as crime victims rights week.
Updated: 06/05/2013 - Riley County’s school district is asking citizens to consider a $12.3 million bond issue to make safety improvements to local schools.