Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Kansas Headlines

Report: Kansas Falling Behind In School Funding, Student Achievement

There is growing evidence that as Kansas has fallen behind in educational funding. Mark Tallman, Kansas Association of School Board Associate Executive Director said,...

Senior Sunflower Fair Set For Salina On September 19th

Area Seniors and caregivers throughout Kansas are invited to the 2017 Sunflower Fair on Tuesday, September 19, at the Tony’s Pizza Event Center (formerly...

Follow-up On Nursing Home Deficiencies Found Lacking

A federal report says Kansas inspectors failed to follow up on nearly half the problems they found in nursing homes in 2014. The Inspector General’s...

KC Area Murder Suspect Captured, Female Remains at Large (UPDATE)

From the Rep. Co. Sheriff's Office - 9/8/2017 @ 11:10 a.m. The male subject, Zachary Barnes, was found south of Cuba by the Republic County...

Murder Suspects Prompt Lock-downs In Belleville And Concordia (UPDATE)

The following statement has been released from the Republic County Sheriff's office. On 9/7/2017, the Republic County Sheriff's Dept. received an arrest warrant for a...

August Tax Collections Exceed Expectations By Nearly 2%

Kansas says it collected $8.2 million more in taxes than anticipated in August. The state Department of Revenue reported Friday that Kansas took in more...

Ongoing Situation Reported At Norton Correctional Facility

UPDATE 3:33 AM KS Dept. of Corrections: Situation at Norton Correctional Facility under control. UPDATE 12:26 AM UPDATE: 11:57 PM: UPDATE: KS Dept. Corrections says NO injuries reported...

Kansas AG Warns Of Hurricane Harvey Assistance Scams

In light of the devastating hurricane and flooding in Texas and Louisiana, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt warns Kansans to be aware of possible...

NCK Tech #1 Nationally For Job Placement Among Two-year Schools (AUDIO)

BELOIT, Kan. - When it comes to deciding which college you are going to attend, one of the biggest factors is often that college’s...

Kansas Lawmakers Under Pressure To Raise State Employee Wages

A movement in Kansas to increase pay for corrections officers at prisons is building pressure on legislators to consider raises for all government workers. But...