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LAHARPE — Seth Owen Pace, 25, is in custody after he was accused early Monday of stabbing his mother. Allen County Sheriff Bryan Murphy said deputies received a call shortly after midnight Monday morning of…

A Florida woman was killed in a two-vehicle accident that also involved a Piqua woman Sunday. Danielle M. Livermore, 30, Jacksonville, Fla., was the passenger in a Suburban that crashed shortly after noon on U.S.…

NEOSHO FALLS — A lengthy police chase and extended standoff ended with the arrest of a 38-year-old woman who apparently set fire to the house in which she was hiding. Law enforcement officers arrested Tava…

Already a cut-throat industry, restaurants are learning to evolve amidst the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. Sam and Louie’s Italian Restaurant and Red Beard BBQ are two local establishments that are adjusting to the new territory by…

With learning moved into living rooms, the after-school program SAFE BASE also is adopting a virtual version of its educational offerings. SAFE BASE kicked off a new six-week program this week, delivering a variety of…

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — All 2.9 million Kansas residents were under a stay-at-home order today imposed by Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly as the numbers of confirmed coronavirus cases and COVID-19-related deaths continue to grow. Kansas…

MANHATTAN – Officials of two lead Kansas agencies responding to the COVID-19 outbreak will provide information for small businesses online at 9:30 a.m. Friday, as part of K-State Research and Extension’s First Friday monthly webinar…

Just when you think things can’t get any weirder, that’s when the aliens arrive. Or at least that’s what an old settler named Alexander Hamilton claimed happened at his ranch south of Vernon in 1897.…

Kansas residents will be asked to stay home starting at 12:01 a.m. Monday. Gov. Laura Kelly issued the stay-at-home order at a news conference Saturday. She said residents are encouraged to stay home unless getting…

A $2.2 trillion bipartisan legislation was enacted Friday to lift the American economy from its slide due to the spread of COVID-19. The bill is set to add $14 billion to the Agriculture Department’s Commodity…