A heavy police response with reports of shots fired and temporary closure of the Kansas Turnpike south of Wichita stemmed from a misunderstanding involving a propane cannon used to scare animals out of a watermelon patch.
As a local petition calling for hospitals and nursing homes to allow family members to visit patients expands its reach, shared more than 24,000 times on social media makes its way to the Sedgwick County Commission, some local nursing homes reopened to visitors this week for the first time in months.
In June, the Kansas legislature launched an audit. The audit committee is looking into what caused delays in unemployment and how KDOL’s response compared to other states. Now, that committee is also looking into fraud as part of a separate audit launched by KDOL.
As wildfires continue to spread on the west coast and unprecedented rainfall impacts many southern states, millions of Americans are impacted by natural disasters. To assist those seeking to provide help, the Better Business Burea offers suggestions to make sure your donations go where you attend them to go.
Denise Groene with the Better Business Bureau joined Eyewitness News Tuesday, Sept. 15 to warn about a scam ramping up during the COVID-19 pandemic. The scam concerns notices that you’ve missed a package delivery.
The prospect that President Donald Trump and Senate Republicans will fill Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Supreme Court seat before the year is out has ignited a call for major changes on the court, including expanding the number of justices.