HALSTEAD, Kan. (AP) — A second harvest is now under way over the stubble left in some western Kansas fields after wheat is cut. That straw represents an added income source for farmers.
Update: Eyewitness News has confirmed that a man who escaped from the Pawnee County Jail on July 1 is back in jail.
A Grainfield woman says she has to give up her pot-bellied pig or face fines.
DODGE CITY, Kan. (AP) — Dodge City voters easily approved an $85.6 million bond issue to expand the city's schools.
Fire crews in Hutchinson responded to two overnight building fires. Crews were called to the 400 block of E. 5th at around 10:15 pm Thursday.
Police in Hutchinson are looking for the driver of a car that crashed into a restaraunt overnight.
Kansas Highway Patrol troopers respond to two crashes in the same area of eastbound I-70.
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation is investigating a shooting in the city of Kiowa.
Update: Hutchinson police say a man was shot and killed overnight by police. He's been identified as 22-year-old Jonathan Wilson.
A 35-year-old woman was rushed to Rooks County Health Center after she nearly drowned at Webster Reservoir Saturday evening.
An Ohio fugitive wanted in connection with a homicide in Miami is now in custody in Kansas.
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Health officials are warning the public about a toxic algae bloom in three lakes in Kansas.
A Garden City couple could face aggravated child endangerment charges.
The City Manager of Herington is fired. City leaders voted unanimously Tuesday to end Ron Strickland's contract.
Hoisington is getting a new elementary school. The Great Bend Tribune reports more than 870 people voted in favor of the bond issue on Tuesday. Fewer than 300 voters were opposed.
A Western Kansas teacher finds a new way to pay for a field trip for her students.
A semi catches fire near Solomon on Tuesday morning, pictures captured on cell phones help tell the story. John Davis works at the rest stop and says he looked up to see smoke coming from the parked semi and called 911.
It's a hot summer for the gun industry. Background checks for gun sales spiked 11% in June compared to last year, making it the busiest June ever, according to the FBI's background check data.
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