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Crisis City: First Responders prepare for the worst

SALINA (KSNT)- From battling a building collapse, to a tipped over gas truck, and working in a trench collapse late at night, it’s safe to say Kansas emergency crews have been busy this week. 265 more words


ESPN: Wichita State working on 'enhanced contract' for Marshall

WICHITA, Kansas – The big question around Wichita is still will WSU head coach Gregg Marshall stay or will he go?

Just two days after Alabama Athletic Director Bill Battle made the trip to Wichita to try and lure Marshall to Tuscaloosa and the Crimson Tide. 65 more words


Kansans demand restoration of income tax cuts

TOPEKA (KSNT) – Dozens of frustrated, angry Kansans converged on the statehouse demanding a change in the Kansas tax structure. They weren’t demanding cuts in taxes, they actually want a return to older higher rates. 292 more words


{ Lauren 2015 Senior x 2 } | April 1, 2015| Eudora, KS

Finally it is SPRING! I have been waiting for winter to slowly go away and for Spring to spring out. Which also means more outdoor sessions! 53 more words

Northeast Kansas Most Wanted: William Edward Baker

TOPEKA (KSNT) – A man wanted for possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia is Wednesday’s Northeast Kansas Most Wanted.

The Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office needs your help to find William Edward baker Sr. 40 more words


Wichita massage parlor operators indicted on federal charges

WICHITA Kansas – Two people who operated a business called Q Massage at 3833 W. 13th in Wichita were indicted Wednesday on federal charges.

Ping Liu, 43, Wichita, and Xingdi Lin, 48, Wichita, are charged with one count of attempting to persuade, induce, entice or coerce an individual to cross state lines to engage in prostitution and one count of using a telephone in furtherance of prostitution. 56 more words


Kansas saw increased use of abortion procedure last year

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas saw an increase last year in the number of abortions using a procedure banned under a policy that is expected to take effect in July. 109 more words