Remember Lives Lost in Traffic Crashes: World Day of Remembrance is Nov. 20

Topeka, KS– World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims (WDoR) is commemorated on the third Sunday in November to pay tribute to the people killed and seriously injured on roads around the world. This year, WDoR is Nov. 20 and recognizes the victims, families and communities affected by traffic crashes and urges motorists to […]

Former Kansas City, Kansas, Police Department Detective and Three Others Indicted for Conspiracy to Hold Young Women in Involuntary Servitude and Forcing Them to Provide Sexual Services

Topeka, KS- A federal grand jury in Topeka, Kansas, returned a three-count indictment, unsealed today, charging former Kansas City Police Department detective Roger Golubski and three other men – Cecil Brooks, LeMark Roberson and Richard Robinson – with conspiring, decades ago, to hold young women in a condition of involuntary sexual servitude. Brooks, Roberson and […]

Red Cross Offers Tips to Prepare for Freezing Weather

Kansas and Oklahoma- Well, it’s that time of season again! Freezing temperatures are forecasted across the Kansas and Oklahoma Region this weekend. The Red Cross encourages people to take a few minutes to prepare for the conditions. So, here are a few quick tips and reminders for you: Have an emergency plan in place. Know who […]

Safety on the Farm: Rollover Protection Structures Save Lives, says K-State Official

K-State Research and Extension news service    Manhattan, KS– A Kansas State University official says a program that offers rebates to farmers could help “close the gap” on more Kansans installing safety kits on tractors and other equipment – and more importantly, save lives.   Tawnie Larson, state coordinator of the Rollbars, Rollover Protection Structures […]