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Change-of-Plea Hearing Set in Kansas Bomb Plot Case

By associated-press On Mon, 23 May 2016 14:10:41

Change-of-Plea Hearing Set in Kansas Bomb Plot Case

A federal judge is slated to hear a change-of-plea request from a 29-year-old Topeka man accused of helping another man who plotted to bomb a northeast Kansas military installation last year. The hearing is scheduled for Monday in Topeka. Alexander E. Blair previously pleaded not guilty to cha...

 
 

Freed Man says KS Should End Death Penalty

By associated-press On Mon, 23 May 2016 14:07:18

Freed Man says KS Should End Death Penalty

A man who spent nearly 16 years in prison for a rape and killing to which his brother confessed wants Kansas to pull the plug on the death penalty. The Lawrence Journal-World reports that 39-year-old Floyd Bledsoe shared his story over the weekend in the basement of a Lawrence church. Bledsoe ...

 
 

65 Animals Removed From Filthy Home

By associated-press On Mon, 23 May 2016 01:38:33

65 Animals Removed From Filthy Home

Police and the Humane Society have removed 65 animals from a Wellington home where officers say the floors were covered with inches of feces. Police found 22 rabbits, 12 dogs, nine cats, three guinea pigs, three ferrets, two rats and four mice living in the home after a neighbor called Friday nig...

 
 

Car Hits Highway Patrol SUV

By associated-press On Mon, 23 May 2016 01:30:28

Car Hits Highway Patrol SUV

A Kansas Highway Patrol trooper avoided injury after a car hit his parked patrol vehicle while he was helping a disabled motorist on a busy interstate highway. The trooper had pulled over north of the Moundridge exit on Interstate 135 around 1:30 p.m. Sunday when a vehicle traveling at a high rat...

 
 

What Do You Make?

By hannahholt On Sun, 22 May 2016 22:00:53

What Do You Make?

So I’m going through part two of the being broke stage. Not the “hahaha broke college student!”, no like the real living paycheck to paycheck, praying that your card goes through when I’m buying frozen meals and Ramen noodles, looking at part time jobs on Craigslist, thinking “well, ma...

 
 

Regents groups study Title IX, increasing college degrees

By associated-press On Sun, 22 May 2016 17:27:15

Regents groups study Title IX, increasing college degrees

The Kansas Board of Regents has approved a working group to study how the state's universities respond to sexual violence and other sex-based discrimination issues. A separate group will study how to find and enroll Kansans with some college credits but no degree. The Lawrence Journal-World repor...

 
 

Fatal Crash Murder Arrest

By ksal-staff On Sun, 22 May 2016 14:30:54

Fatal Crash Murder Arrest

A driver involved in a crash that killed a Salina woman back in April has been arrested on murder charges. According to Saline County Jail records, 33-year-old Patrick Driscoll was booked in on charges that include 2nd Degree Murder, DUI, and multiple traffic violations. Back on April 27th Dri...

 
 

Missouri Patrol Trooper, Suspect Injured in Shooting

By staff On Sun, 22 May 2016 12:23:46

Missouri Patrol Trooper, Suspect Injured in Shooting

NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - A Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper and a suspect he was trying to arrest are hospitalized with gunshot wounds after a confrontation at a casino parking garage. The patrol says in a news release that two troopers were investigating a report of a suspicious person...

 
 

Man Convicted of Setting Fire That Killed Daughter, Friend

By staff On Sun, 22 May 2016 12:22:07

Man Convicted of Setting Fire That Killed Daughter, Friend

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - A suburban Kansas City man has been convicted of setting a house fire that killed his 14-month-old daughter and an adult. A Jackson County jury on Friday found 35-year-old Stephen Elijah of Grandview guilty of two counts of involuntary manslaughter and endangering the welf...

 
 

Audit Says Kansas City Police Could Save Money With Vehicles

By staff On Sun, 22 May 2016 12:20:25

Audit Says Kansas City Police Could Save Money With Vehicles

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The Kansas City Police Department is disputing a city audit report that showed the department's vehicle take-home program cost about $1.5 million. City auditor Doug Jones calculated that police take-home vehicles were driven 2.5 million miles for commuting and personal use...

 
 
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