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Greg Orman says he has enough signatures to run for U.S. Senate

Greg Orman, an Olathe businessman running as an independent candidate for U.S. Senate, announced Monday that he has received more than 10,000 signatures in support of his candidacy.

Police identify three killed in crash near Towne West

A 31-year-old man had just left a west Wichita bar minutes before speeding east on Maple and running a red light as his SUV slammed into the driver’s side of a Chevy Impala driving north on Tracy near Towne West Square early Sunday morning, a police official said Monday.

Sandhill treat is plum full of taste, memories

It is not work for the faint-hearted.

Public interviews set for Kansas Supreme Court applicants

Editor’s note: An earlier version of this story contained incorrect information. The Supreme Court Nominating Commission is made up of nine members. The Kansas Court of Appeals no longer has open interviews for applicants to a vacant seat.

Good Deeds: Longtime Rotarian keeps quiet about active volunteer life

When Dave Marteney reads to children in the classroom, he makes it more of a stage production.

Wichita high school students taking Inge plays to Scotland for festival

They’re putting the Inge in Fringe.

Expert: 1st District race a referendum on ‘new breed’ of GOP politician

One of the nation’s most agrarian congressional districts is looking at a barn-burner of a Republican primary, with 1st District U.S. Rep. Tim Huelskamp facing a spirited challenge from career school administrator Alan LaPolice.

Hot-car deaths could happen to any parent, experts say

It is a parent’s worst nightmare.

Grandmother of slain El Dorado girl disagrees with ruling that DCF can’t be held liable

A judge has dismissed a lawsuit accusing a state agency of failing to protect an 18-month-old El Dorado girl before she was killed.

‘Two very different kinds of mindsets’ come to fore in Pompeo, Tiahrt race (VIDEOS)

On a boiling afternoon in downtown Augusta, Mike Pompeo has finally rolled up the sleeves of his white dress shirt and loosened his tie as he visits stores and businesses along State Street.

Newton man waives hearing in toddler’s car-seat death

A Newton man charged with recklessly killing his girlfriend’s 18-month-old daughter, who was found dead after being left alone to nap in a car seat, has waived his right to a preliminary hearing and will face a jury trial on Aug. 25.

Officials: Few rapes reported, even fewer prosecuted

The intruder woke her in her bedroom early on a recent Sunday morning. He had a gun, he told her, and he forced her to do what he wanted.

Sedgwick County judge orders assets of state House candidate to be seized

A Sedgwick County District Court judge has signed orders to seize the assets of a candidate for the state House of Representatives.

Man killed self by stepping in front of train, police say

A man committed suicide by stepping in front of an oncoming train Saturday morning near Lincoln and Washington, police said.

Police, state conducting own investigations into child’s death in hot car

As Wichita police and the state mounted investigations Friday into the death of a 10-month-old girl who had been left in a hot car outside her foster home, her grandmother put the tragedy in her own words.

Jonathan and Reginald Carr death sentences overturned

The Kansas Supreme Court on Friday overturned death sentences for Jonathan and Reginald Carr, brothers who were found guilty and sentenced to death in one of Wichita’s most notorious crime sprees.

Pompeo, Tiahrt spar over NSA

As a member of the House Select Committee on Intelligence, Rep. Mike Pompeo, R-Wichita, had a front-row seat to the brouhaha that erupted in Washington last year over revelations that the government was secretly collecting Americans’ data.

Both District 93 candidates overcame money problems

Financial woes have led both Republican candidates in the District 93 primary for a state House seat to cut up their credit cards.

Fish or float: Tuttle Creek State Park the ‘Paddle Sport Capital’ of Kansas

On a recent evening, Marcia Rozell paddled her kayak across a small pristine lake as a pair of young bald eagles, only recently fledged from a nest above the shore, tested their wings above the River Pond area of Tuttle Creek State Park.

GOP candidates for Sedgwick County Commission say jobs are a priority

Jobs and creating a friendly environment for businesses were leading topics Thursday night for the four Republican candidates in competitive primaries for two Sedgwick County Commission seats.

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