Bob's News

If you’re interested in who gets the pick for Wichita’s new police chief, you should attend a public hearing tonight. The city is giving residents a chance to talk with the final two candidates to replace retired police chief Norman Williams. The first candidate is former deputy chief Terry Moses, who spent more than 30 […]
The Haysville Community Library hosted a blood drive Saturday to support for the woman who was shot during a robbery at a Derby phone store. Julie Dombo is still recovering from her injuries at a local hospital. Another blood drive is planned for Monday, Labor Day at the Haysville Middle School from 1-to-5 pm.
A Kansas man accused of plotting a suicide bomb attack at the Wichita airport will soon face his sentencing. U.S. District Judge Monti Belot is scheduled to sentence Terry Loewen on Monday. The 60-year-old man pleaded guilty in June to attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction.
A Wyatt Earp re-enactor is missing guns and ammunition after a thief broke into his car. The theft happened Saturday night after the re-enactor spent the day portraying the frontier lawman at a Wichita history museum. The Wichita Eagle reports that while he was inside a restaurant, the back window of his car was smashed.
The University of Kansas says it’s reached a settlement agreement over the release of documents to a student group looking for ties between an economic research center and Charles and David Koch. Art Hall, a lecturer and executive director of the Center for Applied Economics in the University of Kansas School of Business, sued the […]
A child advocacy group’s leader says parts of a new Kansas welfare law appear to conflict with federal child care policies, potentially jeopardizing more than $40 million a year in federal funds. Kansas Action for Children CEO Shannon Cotsoradis raised additional issues Thursday about the welfare law approved by legislators this year.
Wichita officials say an auction of items from the city’s old Mid-Continent Airport terminal is expected to net about $83,000. The Wichita Eagle reports people bid on everything from bathroom signs to the lobby bar during the auction Tuesday.
Comotion in Pratt County overnight, as a 22 year-old man is arrested after a police chase. Sheriff Vernon Chinn says a deputy tried to stop a car on Lake Road west of SE 25th Avenue at about 1 this morning. The man didn’t stop, but he was eventually captured near SE 50th and SE 70th […]


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