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Animals

Bradley Crawford stood inside the office of his business, the Tactical Experience LLC, on Friday morning.

As spring returns to Kansas in March, high school students will be getting down to business.

It might not seem like it in all areas, but the winter storm system that set its bull’s-eye on much of the Midwest did just what was expected …

TOPEKA — Significant improvements have come to the Veterans Crisis Line to address its troubled history of long wait times, unanswered calls a…

Latest predictions on the anticipated winter storm still say the best chance for precipitation for the Hays area was overnight Saturday into today.

It was a conversation John Trembley remembers well, even to this day.

WASHINGTON — Braced for protests by 99 groups and a new “global terrorist environment,” security officials plan to protect the inauguration of…

TOPEKA — Former Gov. Kathleen Sebelius confessed current times appear troubled and gloomy, but invoked the state’s heritage and the values of …

The Ellis County Commission will meet in regular session at 5 p.m. Monday in the county Administrative Center. The following business is scheduled:

ROOKS COUNTY — There is a large piece of Dana Pieper’s heart that just could’t let go of the old barn.

GREAT BEND — At approximately 10:20 p.m. Thursday, Barton County Sheriff’s Deputy Sierra Thorne conducted a traffic stop in the 5600 block of …

The First Congressional District Republican Convention and re-organizational meeting planned for 10:30 a.m. Saturday in Dodge City at the Guym…

While many Hays residents tried to avoid going out in the cold Thursday morning, employees of Willet Hauser Architectural Glass and Associated…

A Hays woman has been arrested on suspicion of embezzling money from her former employer.

Animals

The Kansas Division of Emergency Management activated the State Emergency Operations Center in Topeka at 7 a.m. today to monitor the severe wi…

TOPEKA — The fix to Kansas’ budget shortfall submitted by Gov. Sam Brownback would have the consequence of elevating the long-term unfunded li…

TOPEKA — Ed O’Malley, president of the Kansas Leadership Center, on Thursday launched an exploratory campaign for governor, appearing to be th…

TOPEKA — Tax-supported borrowing by Kansas government expanded nearly 50 percent in the past two years and contributed to an increase since 20…

A gift in excess of $1 million will fund scholarships for students at Fort Hays State University, in particular those with an interest in addi…

Hays residents faced a sharp turnaround Wednesday after temperatures fell once again following a mild Tuesday, and more cold weather is in the…

SMITH CENTER — The local premiere of a movie that partially was filmed in Smith County will be postponed from this weekend due to the expected…

COLBY — A Colby man was injured in a one-vehicle accident Wednesday morning in the city limits of Colby.