State officials are seeking feedback from Kansans to help guide future housing development efforts. The initiative, part of the state’s first comprehensive housing needs assessment in nearly 30 years, aims to review current housing opportunities, identify strategic goals, and develop recomme…
The City of Topeka, KS Topeka Fam- ily & Friends Juneteenth Celebra- tion Inc. will welcome social justice activist Opal Lee to their city on Fri., April 23. Lee, a founding member of the National Juneteenth Observance
A former Kansas City, Kansas Police Department detective is being investigated by the Kansas Bureau of Investigation and a civil lawsuit for misconduct allegations has been filed against him, but activist groups in Kansas City are demanding more. They’re asking the U.S. Department of Justice…
Last year was Kansas City’s worst year for gun violence, and so far this year, Kansas City is on track to beat last year’s record number of homicides.
MMissouri is not a good place to be an indigent defendant in need of a public defender.
A program to provide Kansans impacted with COVID-19 income losses with their rent and utilities has now gone live. The program, initially announced last month by Gov. Laura Kelly is now accepting applications.
A state Senator from Wichita has been arrested for DUI and other charges.
The result of a virtual hearing held today has led to the judge issuing Albert Wilson a new trial and ordering his release from jail pending the result of the trial.
- Black Rainbow, NAACP, SCLC, Urban League, National Black United Front, Operation Liberation, Urban Summit Reject Meeting With Mayor Lucas and Chief of Police and Demand the Defunding of KCPD
- Sherrie Hill with Martinizing Dry Cleaning Wichita is all about her customers
- Governor Laura Kelly Signs Military Family Bill
- The IRS will issue monthly stimulus checks to families, $3,600 PER CHILD
- Maxine Waters’ comments Draw Calls for Censorship
- Jurnee Hoffmeyer Traumatized By White Teacher Who Cut Her Hair
- The Murderer derrick chauvin in Floyd’s death goes to the jury
- Kansas housing leaders welcome publics public opinion