January 24, 2018

Four months after a student was struck in a crosswalk, the Pittsburg school district is tackling traffic safety.

The four step plan is a collaborative effort of  USD 250, the city, county and KDOT  to improve safety around Pittsburg high school.

Buses travel Fourt...

PITTSBURG — On Saturday, hundreds of people marched down the sidewalks on Broadway Street in support of victims of sexual assault, the LGBTQ community and women’s rights.

The Southeast Kansas chapter of the National Organization for Women hosted the event.

The theme for...

Topeka - Welfare restrictions and work requirements have knocked tens of thousands of Kansans off assistance over the past few years. Many get kicked out for not working, but only a small percentage leave because they have a job, the latest federal data reveals.


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