Posted: 09/28/2008 - A Crawford County judge has ordered that convicted murderer Gary Kleypas remain in the county jail pending his likely death sentence in December.
Posted: 09/28/2008 - A former Kansas high school teacher accused of molesting a foreign exchange student wants a judge to restrict computer evidence in the case.
Updated: 09/29/2008 - The overall economy is suffering, but the farm sector is the bright spot thanks to higher commodity prices and bountiful crops.
Updated: 10/06/2008 - State election officials are reminding voters that they should keep their Obama T-shirts and McCain buttons at home when they go to vote on Election Day.
Updated: 10/10/2008 - Female inmates at the Topeka Correctional Facility who are part of the Running Club, train Saturday and Sunday mornings to run 5K events that benefit the community. They will run the 2008 Race Against Breast Cancer.
Posted: 09/28/2008 - Fort Riley troops care about more than just military issues, and say whoever wins the election will be the new Commander in Chief.
Posted: 09/28/2008 - Former Kansas high school teacher, Richard Young, accused of molesting a foreign exchange student wants a judge to restrict computer evidence in the case.
Posted: 09/28/2008 - Prominent Democrats don't expect Barack Obama to carry Kansas in the presidential race. Kansas Republicans say they expect Gov. Sarah Palin to help Sen. John McCain gain a large majority in the election.
Posted: 09/27/2008 - The Senate overwhelmingly passed a spending bill Saturday that allows a 26-year ban on offshore oil drilling to expire, subsidizes federal loans for automakers and offers aid to Gulf Coast hurricane disaster victims.
Posted: 09/27/2008 - The U.N. Security Council unanimously passed a resolution Saturday reaffirming three previous rounds of sanctions on Iran for refusing to halt its uranium enrichment program.
Updated: 09/27/2008 - The Bargain Milk Barin in Meriden hosted it's first flea market this weekend, and all the proceeds are going directly to the Jefferson County Human Society.
Posted: 09/27/2008 - WIth the presidential election less than 40 days away, the state senate race closer to home is heating up, too.
Updated: 10/10/2008 - Topeka's 3rd Annual Aaron Douglas Art Fair showcased work from diverse and emerging artists from the region, as well as numerous community food vendors and area bands.
Posted: 09/27/2008 - Fort Riley troops appreciated the break in their routine, as they invited family members and the community out for their annual Fall Festival.
Posted: 09/27/2008 - Prominent Democrats don't expect Barack Obama to carry Kansas in the presidential race, but hope he'll win 40 percent or more of the vote.
Posted: 09/27/2008 - Police say they're investigating the deaths of two people in a Salina apartment as a double homicide.
Posted: 09/27/2008 - Kansas City, Kan., police say an officer killed himself after being involved in a traffic accident that killed a fellow officer.
Posted: 09/27/2008 - A Wakarusa, Kan. family is offering a reward to anyone who is able to help them find and bring their loved one home. Family members say Larry Carls, 49, disappeared in the middle of the night September 9.
Posted: 09/27/2008 - Wood Valley Racquet Club & Fitness Center hosts a breast cancer awareness campaign, Rally for the Cure, Saturday, Sept. 27th to raise money for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure organization.
Posted: 09/27/2008 - Prosecutors ask a judge for more time to respond to a motion seeking to suppress evidence in the case against Wichita abortion provider George Tiller.
Posted: 09/27/2008 - Lt. Governor Mark Parkinson has issued a statement to you, the public, encouraging you to give your input in crafting Kansas energy policy by attending a public hearing in Wichita Tuesday, Sept. 30.
Posted: 09/27/2008 - KDHE will hold public meetings across Kansas in late September, early October to discuss health and environment related issues.
Posted: 09/27/2008 - Members of The Wind Coalition are developing wind projects that will bring the state’s total of clean, renewable energy to 1,000MW by the year’s end.
Posted: 09/27/2008 - Fort Riley's Fall Festival runs from 9a.m. - 3p.m. Saturday, Sept. 27 on Cavalry Parade Field. Visitors will witness historic tours, entertainment and post demonstrations. There is also a health and wellness tent where nurses will check cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar for free.