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Here's What's Happening

Gun Carry Law

Kansas may soon join a handful of other states that allow residents to carry concealed firearms without a permit. Last week, the Legislature gave final approval to a bill backed by the National Rifle Association. The measure is now headed to Republican Gov.... Read More.

Whistleblower Lawsuit Filed By Former Winfield Worker

A former child protection supervisor with the Kansas Department for Children and Families office in Winfield has filed a “whistleblower” lawsuit, accusing the agency of firing her for calling her supervisor’s attention to false reports filed by a social worker. The Ark City Traveler... Read More.

SCKMC Files Application To Re-Classify

South Central Kansas Medical Center has filed an application with Medicare to be classified as a Sole Community Hospital. The application was filed on Wednesday, and results are expected within the next 60 to 90 days. If the hospital is successful in getting re-classified,... Read More.

Murder Suspect Due In Court Next Week

The man accused of murdering another man at a Winfield bar on New Year's Eve is due in court next week. Tim Boyd is set for a 1:30 Monday hearing in Winfield. He's charged with second degree murder in the death of... Read More.

Wellington Man Guilty Of Child Porn

A federal jury returned guilty verdicts on Thursday, in the trial of a Wellington man who was accused of distributing child pornography. U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom's office says 48 year old Steven Meisel was convicted on one count of distributing child pornography and one... Read More.

Craig Laid To Rest

In Winfield, the former publisher of the Winfield Daily Courier, Lloyd Craig, was laid to rest Wednesday, as the Rev. Dr. John Paulin gave the final benediction, the color guard gave a three-volley salute, and the trumpeter played “Taps.” Craig died suddenly March 11th,... Read More.

Budget Getting Closer

A House budget panel on Tuesday, gave it's support to a $6.4 billion budget plan that doesn’t balance without tax increases. The budget, according to the Associated Press, which was approved by the House Appropriations Committee, would fall about $133.6 million short if the... Read More.

Water Plant Decision Delayed

The Arkansas City City Commission unanimously voted on Tuesday night to table a resolution that would authorize the city to enter into a contract agreement with Preload, Inc. for the construction of an aboveground water storage tank, or clearwell, for the new water treatment... Read More.

Governor Modifies Medicaid Stance

Gov. Sam Brownback has softened his position on Medicaid expansion. The Missouri Times reports that in remarks recently to conservative lawmakers in Missouri, Brownback said that if the Kansas Legislature presented him with a budget-neutral expansion bill, he likely would sign it. Brownback... Read More.

Coffeyville To Get Transportation Money

The city of Coffeyville will receive up to $1 million from the Kansas Department of Transportation to fund improvements that will support the expansion of a long-time Coffeyville business. The funding, which will improve streets near Acme Foundry, a 110-year-old fixture of the Coffeyville... Read More.