No foul play is suspected after a man was found dead in a cell at the Geary County Detention Center.
TOPEKA – Today, Governor Kelly signed Executive Order No. 21-07 to support Kansas veterans through the establishment of a new state veteran’s home in northeast Kansas.
MANHATTAN — On March 24, Kansas State University will host its second day of giving — All In for K-State — with the goal to help students save money on textbooks.
TOPEKA – Kansas’ total tax collections for February performed better than the estimate and better than the same month of Fiscal Year 2020. Total tax collections for the month were $455.9 million. That is $19.8 million, or 4.5%, more than the estimate and $7.6 million, or 1.7%, better than la…
TOPEKA – Eight new cases of the United Kingdom, or UK, variant known as B.1.1.7, have been identified in Sedgwick County. These cases were identified in individuals all living in the same household and do not appear to be connected to earlier cases in Kansas. A case investigation is being co…
TOPEKA – Governor Kelly proclaimed March as Women’s History Month in Kansas.
Consistency has been the name of the game all season long for the Junction City boys basketball team and unfortunately for the Blue Jays, it was consistency that led to their season-ending 53-42 loss to Lawrence-Free State in the 6A substate semi-finals Tuesday night.
PARK CITY — Six Junction City wrestlers qualified for state last weekend and on Saturday, three of those became state medalists. Freshman Zeke Witt and sophomore Kayden Blake both finished fourth in their weight classes and senior CJ Neuman finished fifth.
Josslyn Depew shots a bear target during the Chapman Archery home tournament at Tuttle Creek State Park on Saturday.
From left, Teyah Workman, Lillian Rutz and Josslyn Depew use the Bullseye Range during the Chapman Archery home tournament at Tuttle Creek State Park on Saturday.
Cole Randle aims his bow at an elk target during the Chapman Archery home tournament at Tuttle Creek State Park on Saturday.