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2 hrs ago | The Capital-Journal
McConnell Air Force Base, its personnel and residents of Wichita received some great news earlier this week when the U.S. Air Force gave its final approval to McConnell as the home of the new KC-46A air refueling tanker.
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6 hrs ago | Tualatin Times
Like many girls her age, Michelle Nava talks fast and laughs easily. She loves to draw, craft, read and spend time with friends.
7 hrs ago | KHGI
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation says it is investigating after a trooper shot a man during a police chase.
11 hrs ago | The Kansas City Star
F. Glenn Miller, the white supremacist accused of murdering three people at Jewish sites in Johnson County, was caught by police in the 1980s with a black male prostitute dressed as a woman, a former federal prosecutor said Thursdays.
15 hrs ago | Free Republic
A murder suspect who has the word "murder" tattooed on his neck is hoping to have the tattoo removed as he fears it will prejudice him in front of a jury.
19 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au
BREKKIE WRAP: A MAN on murder charges fears the tattoo mirror-image spelling of the word "murder" on his neck may prejudice a jury against him.
Gov. Sam Brownback announced Wednesday that he signed a bill late Tuesday preventing local officials from restricting the sale of firearms and ammunition or regulating how guns are transported and stored.
A new field artillery brigade has been approved to be headquartered in Manhattan, bringing with it about 15 full-time positions and 160 drill status individuals, Kansas National Guard spokeswoman Sharon Watson said Wednesday.
Brownback announced Wednesday that he quietly signed a compact bill late Tuesday and the new law will take effect July 1. The GOP-dominated Legislature passed the measure earlier this month.
The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory stretching from mid-Wednesday morning until 8 p.m. today for more than 25 counties in central and northern Kansas.
A Kansas man who is about to go on trial for first-degree murder thinks that the "murder" tattoo he has on his neck might influence a jury, so he is hoping to have it covered up before he appears in court.
Sybrina Fulton, mother of Trayvon Martin, wipes tears while speaking about her son's death Tuesday at Kansas State University in Manhattan.
The growth stage of wheat in Kansas ranges from tillering in the northwest to jointing in the southeast and south central regions of the state.
That might be the biggest news from the latest Consensus Revenue Estimate released last week.
Rob Robinson, left, of Starkville, Miss., chats with Gil Alexander, of Nicodemus, Kan., at a prairie chicken display Tuesday, April 22, 2014, at the Statehouse in Topeka, Kansas.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt says elderly residents will have new protections against fraud and financial abuse under a new state law.
Kyle Flack, 28, Ottawa, right, sits Tuesday morning with his attorneys, Tim Frieden and Ronald Evans, both of whom work with the Kansas Death Penalty Defense Unit.