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Updated: $formattedDate - History can now come to life with the help of a new online index.
Posted: $formattedDate - An Oklahoma man has been convicted of illicit sexual conduct with children at a Kenyan orphanage.
Posted: $formattedDate - Kansas legislators aren't quite done with their work for the year because they inadvertently enacted two conflicting versions of a new law aimed at holding down local property taxes.
Posted: $formattedDate - A local group was honored Friday for setting the pace when it comes to student's reading.
Posted: $formattedDate - Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt elected vice president of the National Association of Attorneys General at the summer meeting of the national organization.
Posted: $formattedDate - An American Indian tribe is poised to hold its first official powwow for the first time in 142 years on its own land near Council Grove.
Posted: $formattedDate - The Kansas Board of Regents has approved construction of a greenhouse on the University of Kansas campus.
Posted: $formattedDate - The Kansas Supreme Court is again overturning the denial of DNA testing in a second-degree murder case.
Updated: $formattedDate - It was a successful membership event earlier this week for the Greater Topeka Chamber of Commerce.
Posted: $formattedDate - One Topeka Council District is taking a step to fight crime in their neighborhood.
Updated: $formattedDate - Topeka and Shawnee County are one of a kind thanks to our law enforcement departments.
Posted: $formattedDate - Welcome rains in western Kansas will mean the return of fireworks to Dodge City and perhaps Barton County as well.
Posted: $formattedDate - A federal jury has convicted a Pittsburg man on four counts after leading police on a chase. James D. Russian, 57, was convicted of one count of unlawful possession of a firearm after a felony conviction, one count of unlawful possession of ammunition after a felony conviction, one count of unlawful possession of a firearm in furtherance of drug trafficking and one count of possession with the intent to distribute marijuana. Prosecutors say that on March 27, 2014, Russian led police on a car chase from Barton County, Missouri into Crawford County, Kansas, when police tried to stop Russian to investigate a report that he threatened two people with a machete and gun. Russian abandoned his car and his in a wooded area before he was arrested. He was found with marijuana, firearms and ammunition in his possession. Russian had a previous felony conviction that prohibited him from possessing firearms or ammunition. Sentencing is set for Sept. 3. He could be facing the following maximum penalties: On The unlawful possession of a firearm or ammunition following a felony conviction- 10 years in federal prison and a fine of up to $250,000 on each count. On the possession of a firearm in furtherance of drug trafficking- No less than five years and not more than life and a fine up to $250,000. On the possession with intent to distribute marijuana- Maximum of five years in federal prison and a fine up to $250,000.
Updated: $formattedDate - One North Topeka business is asking for the community's help catching those responsible for a recent vandalism.
Posted: $formattedDate - Health officials are warning the public about a toxic algae bloom in three lakes in Kansas.
Posted: $formattedDate - The Kansas Board of Regents has approved 2 percent increases in the base salaries of the top administrators at five state universities.
Posted: $formattedDate - An Emporia State University instructor working to develop the state's first master's degree program in forensics science is getting some real-world experience.
Posted: $formattedDate - A Thursday night pursuit in Jackson County ends in a motorcycle crash and the arrest of the rider Tyler Michael Area, 20, of Mayetta.
Updated: $formattedDate - The senseless attack on an African-American Methodist Episcopal Church brings the question of how a church can be a welcoming sanctuary, while at the same time, making sure that sanctuary is safe.
Updated: $formattedDate - The railroad line is urging photographers to keep off the tracks next year, for any 2016 Senior class photo shoots.
Posted: $formattedDate - The first stop for people with chest pain is usually the cath lab, where doctors look for any blockages in the arteries around the heart. Using a radial approach for the procedure can make it less risky.
Posted: $formattedDate - Thursday was the day, and clouds couldn’t keep pool goers from trying to break a world record.
Posted: $formattedDate - Local middle school students learned the ins and outs of police work Thursday.