The kidnapped president of the Libyan Olympic Committee was freed Sunday, a week after he was seized, the country's state news agency reported.
After the Colorado massacre, many may be anxious about attending crowded events. Threat Management Professor Larry Barton says instead of being fearful, we should be aware and alert at events and workplaces.
Employees at Stormont-Vail and the Topeka Police Department always hope for the best in these mass casualty situations but officials say, they certainly train for the worst.
Three people are facing drug charges in Junction City after officers raided a trailer in a local mobile home park and a hotel room. Officials say the investigation spanned several months.
Juan Adan Lucio has a bill of more than $17,000 from Stormont-Vail.
The search for Lyric Cook and Elizabeth Collins is still considered missing persons case, with no evidence of a crime. Entire town of nearly 5,000 people looking for girls, their mayor says.
The Kansas Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (KCJCC) oversees the criminal justice federal funding made available to Kansas through the U.S. Department of Justice, and a large group of other organizations.
The U.S. government issued its latest version of a worldwide safety caution Wednesday to U.S. citizens abroad.