Jacque Tierce is asking people to #doitfordanielle and stop texting while driving after her daughter, Danielle Delgado Garcia, died in a Kansas crash. The 22-year-old was texting on Snapchat, her mom says.
In a “freak accident,” Paizlee Crumby was hit in the back of her head by a softball in July. The 6-year-old Kansas girl was knocked unconscious and needed several surgeries, but the “little warrior” is back home.
A woman held at a privately-run Leavenworth Detention Center says prison staff are discriminating against her because of her Muslim faith. Civil rights group Muslim Advocates says guards forced the woman to remove her headscarf.
An Olathe woman who allegedly tried to poison her three children has now been charged with trying to hire a hit man to kill her ex-husband. Therese Irene Roever faces capital murder charges in Johnson County.
Shaila Schlenz was reported missing in Liberal, Kansas. She was just arrested by Amarillo Police in Texas after she was found in a stolen car with a man. The man she was with dragged an officer with the car.
M.J. L’Donna, former owner of a Country Club Plaza carriage business in Kansas City, Missouri, spent eight years in prison for a murder-for-hire scheme. She maintains her innocence. Her story will be told on “Pink Collar Crimes” on CBS.
Officers who were called to a shooting at a Lenexa, Kansas, home on Caenen Lake Road Thursday say it appears they received a false report and that they might be dealing with “a possible ‘swatting’ incident.”
A Lawrence police officer who shot an unarmed man who was beating a fellow officer thought she was firing a Taser stun gun. Officer Brindley Blood is charged with reckless aggravated assault. The man she shot is charged with battery of an officer.
Images from the Riley County Police Department show portions of Manhattan that were flooded by heavy overnight rains. RCPD reported on its Facebook page on Monday that about 300 people were displaced following nearly 9 inches of rain overnight.
A Wyandotte County judge on Wednesday said work can go forward to tear down the Kansas water slide where 10-year-old Caleb Schwab was killed in 2016. Schlitterbahn owners said that work could begin to be seen Nov. 1.