Posted: 08/19/2008 - Classes will resume at Topeka High School Wednesday. A water line break forced officials to dismiss class at 9am Tuesday. The problem is fixed and it's safe for students to return.
Posted: 08/19/2008 - Attorney General Steve Six has charged a central Kansas pharmacist with distributing prescription drugs illegally through the Internet.
Posted: 08/19/2008 - A report released Tuesday lists Kansas as the 23rd fattest state with 25.8 percent of its adult population obese and a whopping 62.3 percent either obese or overweight.
Updated: 08/19/2008 - Construction on Farley Elementary School is going over budget. A USD 437 spokesperson says it is mostly due to costs of construction and supplies being higher than originally estimated. He also says the district is making changes to plans to save money.
Posted: 08/19/2008 - Topeka Police want you to watch your speed on the new Topeka Blvd. bridge. The posted speed limit is 35 miles per hour. Signs are posted on both ends of the bridge.
Posted: 08/19/2008 - Authorities in Butler County were digging in an old oil field northwest of El Dorado Tuesday looking for a body that went missing in 1986. New information has narrowed the search for his body.
Posted: 08/19/2008 - Justin Spencer will go to trial November 4, 2008 on charges of involuntary manslaughter and a DUI in connection with an accident that killed his girlfriend, Jessica Alford.
Posted: 08/19/2008 - Leavenworth County District Judge Frederick Steward is accused of inappropriate conduct toward an administrative assistant. Steward filed a response Tuesday saying there is no credible evidence.
Posted: 08/19/2008 - Pratt County officials say animal tracks at an accident site near Pratt suggest a man arrested on suspicion of DUI, may have hit a loose llama, causing his truck to veer off the road. The animal has not been found.
Posted: 08/19/2008 - Oklahoma Rep. Tom Cole was in the Kansas City area to campaign for GOP House candidate Nick Jordan. Cole says the race is a target for increasing Republican control because Jordan could oust Democratic Rep. Dennis Moore.
Posted: 08/19/2008 - Gov. Kathleen Sebelius is promoting mentoring programs by allowing state employees to volunteer for them during their normal work hours.
Posted: 08/19/2008 - Dr. Stephen Schneider and his nurse wife, Linda Schneider, will be in court Wednesday to answer a new indictment that adds two accidental deaths tied to the Schneider Medical Clinic in Haysville.
Updated: 08/19/2008 - The ceremony will honor the all-black Army cavalry known as Buffalo soldiers. It will be September 17 at the Statehouse.
Posted: 08/19/2008 - Snorkel International's parent company said increased construction costs played a part in the decision to layoff 125 workers from its plant in Elwood, Kan.
Posted: 08/19/2008 - Kenneth Wilson, 44, was charged Monday with the murder of Jeffrey Noel, a north-central Kansas farmer. Wilson's first court appearance is Wednesday.
Posted: 08/19/2008 - Don Highman narrowly squeezes out a 17-vote victory to defeat incumbent Rep. Virginia Beamer and win the 118th Kansas House Dist. seat, since he is unopposed in November.
Posted: 08/19/2008 - Twenty-five year-old soldier trained at Fort Riley for four months, was fatally wounded when his vehicle was struck by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan on Aug. 8th
Posted: 08/19/2008 - The nearly four thousand soldiers which comprise 2nd Brigade of the 1st Infantry learn Monday night that they will be deployed to Iraq for a year.
Posted: 08/18/2008 - A new survey says fewer Americans are reading newspapers and are instead getting their news online. But television remains the leading source of news in the country.
Posted: 08/18/2008 - Highland Park High's Air Force JROTC members welcomed new students and got reacquainted at the annual Welcome Picnic Monday evening.