Former Herington police officer William Darling has identified himself as the man behind the fake expletive on a coffee receipts from McDonald’s in Junction City.
The reprieve of execution for a former Manhattan man, who has been on Florida’s death row for more than 30 years, expired Monday.
The K-State Police Department has released suspect information related to a recent theft of a utility terrain vehicle and money from an ATM near Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
JUNCTION CITY — A Kansas police officer has resigned after he admitted to making up a story that a McDonald’s employee wrote an expletive and the word “pig” on a coffee cup, the police chief announced Monday.
Editor’s note: The following is the first of three stories looking at what’s coming in 2020. This one covers police and courts. Monday’s will handle education, and Tuesday’s will deal with local government.
Police acknowledged there are no new leads in the case of a serial rapist who has reportedly attacked K-State and KU students since 2000.
A video from U.S. presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg claims that two school shootings have occurred at K-State and one at Manhattan High School, but that claim appears to fuzz the definition of what a school shooting is.