Posted: 04/05/2013 - Tyson Foods, Inc., has agreed to pay a $3,950,000 civil penalty to settle alleged violations of Clean Air Act regulations covering the prevention of chemical accidents at its facilities in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska, the Justice Department and Environmental Protection Agency announced today.
Posted: 04/05/2013 - Kansas legislators are preparing for final votes on a sweeping anti-abortion bill that blocks tax breaks for providers and outlaws abortions solely because of the baby's sex.
Posted: 04/05/2013 - Wyandotte County authorities say a woman is charged with trying to drown her two young daughters.
Posted: 04/05/2013 - The winner of a city council seat in a small north central Kansas town probably won't ever serve in office, at least until he becomes a U.S. citizen.
Posted: 04/05/2013 - It appears more likely that a Kansas Bureau of Investigation forensics laboratory will be built at Washburn University after some lawmakers who had opposed it said they now support the project.
Posted: 04/04/2013 - The 18th annual Run for Life is Saturday, April 6, at Washburn University. Checkin and a health fair will be held in Lee Arena.
Posted: 04/04/2013 - Stormont-Vail Health Care is offering free skin cancer screening from 8 am to noon on Saturday, April 20th. You do need an appointment. Just call HealthConnections at 785-354-5225 to schedule.
Posted: 04/04/2013 - Ray Miles left the courtroom during a hearing on his request for a new trial.
Posted: 04/04/2013 - The Emporia Area Chamber and Visitors Bureau hosted a ribbon cutting Thursday for the Reading Civic Building.
Posted: 04/04/2013 - 41-year-old Maria Martinez faces one count of possession with intent to distribute meth.
Posted: 04/04/2013 - The House and Senate both are expected to vote Thursday on a bill that blocks tax breaks for abortion providers, outlaws abortions performed solely because of the baby's gender and defines life as beginning at fertilization.
Updated: 05/02/2013 - A preliminary hearing set for a former Junction City minister charged in several child molestation cases has been pushed back.
Updated: 04/04/2013 - Kansas Secretary of Agriculture Dale Rodman announced today that the Kansas Department of Agriculture will move the majority of its offices to Manhattan, Kansas, in summer 2014.
Updated: 04/04/2013 - Authorities in eastern Kansas have reopened a university residence hall after a suspicious package was found to be empty.
Updated: 04/04/2013 - The Nuclear Regulatory Commission plans a public meeting April 18 in New Strawn to discuss the agency's 2012 assessment of safety performance for the Wolf Creek nuclear plant.
Posted: 04/04/2013 - A bill that would reduce property taxes on boats and other watercraft is on its way to Gov. Sam Brownback.
Posted: 04/04/2013 - The Kansas Senate has passed a bill making it legal to own switchblade knives and stilettos.