Updated: 01/19/2009 - Monday night Whose Dream Is It? Coalition of religious and community leaders gathered on the eve of our country Inaugurating its first black President.
Updated: 01/19/2009 - A judge agrees with the request for a Topeka man charged with second degree murder to undergo a competency exam.
Updated: 01/19/2009 - A 19-year-old is jailed after a man dies from injuries sustained in a weekend altercation in Salina.
Updated: 01/19/2009 - The Valley Falls Vindicator reports Jacob Kearney will make his first court appearance Jan. 26 on charges including involuntary manslaughter while driving under the influence of alcohol.
Updated: 01/19/2009 - A string of burglaries in Manhattan have Riley County police urging residents to lock up. The Manhattan Mercury reported Monday that at least thirty home burglaries in the northeast part of town have taken place since November, an area heavily populated with college students.
Updated: 01/19/2009 - A lucky Kansas woman got to drive home in a new set of wheels Monday. Cindy Counchman received a 2009 Chrysler Sebring at the Capitol Plaza Hotel in Topeka.
Updated: 01/19/2009 - A worker is rushed to a Wichita hospital with burns after a flash fire at the Coleman Co. plant in nearby Maize.
Updated: 01/19/2009 - People gathered at the Manhattan Town Center mall to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s life.
Updated: 01/19/2009 - Chili doesn't just fill stomachs, it might also fill cavities. Volunteers raised more than $700 for the Douglas County Dental Clinic with a chili fest and dessert bar.
Updated: 01/19/2009 - The Kansas Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services has begun accepting applications for households needing a little help fighting off winter this year.
Updated: 01/19/2009 - Fire broke out early Monday in a two-story brick and stone structure where wooden pallets and propane tanks were stored in Kansas City, Missouri. Several tanks with propane and other items exploded, posing added risk for fire crews.
Updated: 01/19/2009 - 70-year-old Walter Douthit of St. Francis, Kansas has visited 66 of the annual National Western Stock Shows at Denver's stockyards.
Updated: 01/19/2009 - Colleagues confirmed Monday 51-year-old Arthur DeLisle, of Everett, Washington died while scaling Argentina's Mount Aconcagua. DeLisle was a native of Kansas.
Updated: 01/19/2009 - Debate is brewing in the Legislature about whether public schools can withstand a budget cut without hurting classroom instruction.
Updated: 01/19/2009 - Social services officials say the shortage of affordable housing in Kansas is a problem that's likely to get worse.
Updated: 01/19/2009 - A Hutchinson man working on a documentary about area survivors of polio, a crippling childhood disease that swept the nation in the 1940s and 1950s.
Updated: 01/19/2009 - President-elect Barack Obama's inaugural address is one of the most anticipated speeches in decades, with many expecting his words to be chiseled into marble some day.
Updated: 01/19/2009 - Phil Ochs is seeking class-action status for a lawsuit alleging the "Dairy Farmers of America" co-op bought large quantities of cheese from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange in an attempt to manipulate the market.
Updated: 01/19/2009 - House Speaker Mike O'Neal and other Republicans argue that schools can make budget cuts on the noninstructional side. But Kansas Association of School Boards lobbyist Mark Tallman said what constitutes noninstructional funding often is up for debate.
Updated: 01/19/2009 - Nathan Guy of Hutchinson is working on a film about survivors of polio. He's raising $30,000 to finish it in time for the Post-Polio Health Conference in Georgia in April.
Updated: 01/19/2009 - The Kansas City St. Patrick's Day parade will travel a 1.3-mile route beginning at Our Lady of Perpetual Help, a landmark church built with stones cut by Irish masons, and continue to the Westport entertainment district.
Updated: 01/19/2009 - Topeka-based Kansas Statewide Homeless Coalition says on any given night, there are 18,000 homeless people in Kansas. The national homeless count fell 11 percent last year, but advocates say the mortgage crisis is causing a turnaround.
Updated: 01/19/2009 - Collegue of both Dr. King and his father visits Manhattan to honor the life of his friend.