Forty-seven people, including three women, are currently serving prison sentences for capital murder in Kansas. The inmates are listed with their county of conviction and year and summary of their crimes. The list includes the nine men on death row.
This database contains a statewide list of 36,674 suspended voters – those who tried to register to vote but did not meet all the requirements. A new rule proposed by Secretary of State Kris Kobach will remove people who have been on the list for more than 90 days if they haven’t shown proof of citizenship. Before, they would have stayed on the list until they resolved their registration problem.
Baby boomers craving a simpler lifestyle enjoy the maintenance-free living situation at the Courtyards at Elk Creek in Bel Aire, which is one of several similar developments in the area. (Video by Fernando Salazar)
Baby boomers enjoy maintenance-free lifestyle
Retiree needs to keep working
Heartland CU breaks ground for new Wichita-area branch