Lawsuit

KS Supreme Court: No Abortion Lawsuit Yet


TOPEKA - The Kansas Supreme Court is refusing for now to review a district court judge's order blocking the nation's first ban on a common second trimester procedure. The high court's 4-3 decision this week means that the state Court of
Halt

Kansas Crossing Casino Halts Construction


PITTSBURG, Kan. - Construction has ceased on the state-owned casino project in southeast Kansas. Representatives for Kansas Crossing told The Pittsburg Morning Sun construction on the Kansas Crossing casino outside Pittsburg was stopped after
Damages

Family of Wichita Man Killed by Police Demand Federal Probe


WICHITA - The family of a 23-year-old Wichita man who was fatally shot by police is demanding $10 million in damages. Supporters are also demanding the Justice Department investigate the killing of John Paul Quintero. Sunflower Community Action says in a
Lines

Sedgwick County Treasurer to Cut Tag Office Lines


WICHITA, Kan.  -  The Sedgwick County Treasurer is requesting County Commissioners approve buying a new automated system for reserving a place in line at the Tag Office. The system is identical to the one used at the Drivers License Bureau. Fo
Suspect

Affidavit Released from Derby Robbery Details Shooting


WICHITA, Kan.  -  A Derby woman, 60, remains in critical condition after being shot in the chest during a robbery at an AT&T store in early August.   An arrest affidavit says the suspect came into the cell phone store on Rock Road in De