Summer travel is ramping up, and with the July 4th holiday just around the corner, gas prices are a concern for travelers.
The "summer slide" was stopped short during this week's program "Summer Climbin'," as put on by the United Way of the Flint Hills and several local partners.
This week's Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week involves the theft of electronics from a residence.
Some changes are afoot for K-12 education funding across the board, after lawmakers approved nearly $130 million for equitable funding.
Fanestil Meats officially broke ground on their new warehouse site along U.S. Highway 50 earlier this week.
Earlier this month, the National Teachers Hall of Fame formally dedicated the Memorial to Fallen Educators. Later this year, the memorial will receive a major addition, thanks to a roughly $7,000 donation from ESB Financial.
Fundraising for several projects at Newman Regional Health is off and rolling through the annual Denim and Diamonds event.
The Kansas Department of Transportation is asking for comment with an amendment planned for the Statewide Transportation Improvement Plan.