Kansas City, Kan., fire crews worked to put out bales of recycled paper stored outside at Waste Management, 2404 S. 88th St. near Interstate 435 and Kansas 32. The fire call came in shortly after 8 a.m., and high winds were making putting out the fire difficult.
The Harrisonville Police Department took a moment to remind everyone that deer are going to be out and about a lot over the next month or two, especially around dawn and dusk. And as you can see in this video, they don't even respect sirens and emergency lights.
Duane West, who was the Finney County prosecutor in 1959 when the Clutter family was murdered just outside of Garden City, recalls the days before the trial and dealing with Truman Capote, author of "In Cold Blood."
The Rev. Wallace Hartsfield II says “At this point I’m willing to do anything to create a safe space for the people who come here.” Hartsfield and other local pastors are responding to gun violence in churches around the country.
In the wake of racial tensions in and around campus, the Kansas State University community gathered on the lawn in front of Anderson Hall to unite in support of diversity. Classes were suspended and officers shut down for the event. Video by Jill Toyoshiba and Mara' Williams.
Sisters Leslie Harman Hubbel, Sandra Harman Adams and Barbara Harman Watson thought they were being good stewards of the land when they entered into a contract with an unknown buyer for 87.3 acres of their family farm outside Tonganoxie. The backlash has been ridicule and harassment, they say.
Bath salts are a non-regulated designer drug comprised of a synthetic cathinone, or amphetamine, that can have dangerous and debilitating effects on those who use them. The adverse health effects from bath salt use can range from agitation, lack of appetite, kidney failure, muscle spasms, severe paranoid delusions and psychosis. Several cases of long-term patient hospitalization and suicide have been reported.