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KC hospital system defends record as Medicare cuts loom
Missouri
TOPEKA, KAN. — A spokeswoman for Kansas City's largest hospital system defended its record on patient safety following an announcement last month that more than half its facilities are among those to be penalized by the federal government for hospital acquired ailments.
January 21 2015
3 Convicted Killers Are Among 29 Parole-Eligible Kansas Inmates
Kansas
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Three convicted killers who have spent a total of more than 90 years in prison are among 29 Kansas inmates eligible for parole. The Kansas Prisoner Review board will hear public comments regarding the inmates on Jan. 16 in the Topeka Municipal Court chambers.
January 20 2015
Three convicted murderers considered for parole
Kansas
Parole is being considered for each of three convicted murderers, who have spent a total of more than 90 years in prison after shooting people to death in Topeka.
January 20 2015
Convicted Murderer To Receive New Sentence In 2010 Topeka Killing
Kansas
TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW)-- The Kansas Supreme Court has overturned the Hard 50 sentence for a man convicted in a 2010 Topeka murder. The state’s high court Friday did affirm the first-degree premeditated murder conviction of Trevejon Killings.
January 16 2015
Kansas Economists Predict State Will Add 24,000 Jobs In 2015
Kansas
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Wichita State University economists expect Kansas will add more than 24,000 jobs in 2015, most of them in service positions such as professional or business services, health care or education.
January 15 2015
Man bound over for trial in fatal shooting of Kansas officer
Kansas
A man will face a capital murder charge when he is tried next year in the fatal shooting of a Topeka police officer.
January 14 2015
Topeka man's jury trial will remain in Jackson County
Kansas
The jury trial for a Topeka man charged with the attempted capital murder and kidnapping of his then-girlfriend in Jackson County will take place where the crimes occurred.
January 06 2015
March Retrial Set For Man In Topeka Killing
Kansas
Stephen Alan Macomber, left, is representing himself, in his murder trial. Topeka lawyer Mark Bennett, right, is sitting at the defense table and acts as Macomber's �standby counsel� and can answer questions by Macomber. Tuesday morning began the jury selection portion of the trial.
December 26 2014
No Verdict Yet, Jurors Continue Deliberations In Davis Case
Kansas
TOPEKA, Kansas (WIBW) -- Jurors in the capital murder case of accused child killer Billy Davis will continue their deliberations Wednesday after returning from their lunch break about 1:30 p.m.
December 21 2014
Billy Davis Allegedly Said He Didn't Mean To Kill 8 Year Old, Grins
Kansas
TOPEKA, Kansas (WIBW) -- In the 5th day of testimony in the capital murder trial against Billy Davis, the accused child killer allegedly told detectives the morning he was captured that he didn't mean to kill 8-year-old Ahliyah Irvin, and was grinning while admitting to the crimes.
December 15 2014
Jury In Davis Capital Murder Case Begin Deliberating
Kansas
TOPEKA, Kansas (WIBW) -- A jury will decide if Billy Davis, Jr. is guilty of capital murder in the death of 8-year-old Ahliyah Irvin. Attorneys in the case finished closing arguments Tuesday morning.
December 09 2014
Autopsy Photos, Dryer Bring Family To Tears
Park, Kansas
TOPEKA, Kansas (WIBW) -- Family and friends of slain 8-year-old Ahliyah Davis wept in court Wednesday as dozens of photos were shown of the girl's autopsy and where she was found dead March 13, 2012.
December 04 2014
Lawyer Disbarred After Wearing Thomas Jefferson Costume to Court
Topeka, Kansas
After spectacularly getting his client sentenced to the death penalty for no good reason, lawyer Ira Dennis Hawver was disbarred this weekend by the Kansas Supreme Court -- a decision not likely helped by the fact that he dressed as Thomas Jefferson during his disciplinary hearing.
November 27 2014
Capital Murder Suspect Seeking To Change His Name
Kansas
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- A Kansas man whose capital murder conviction was overturned because of ineffective counsel is seeking to change his name, which prosecutors said will have no impact on his upcoming retrial.
November 24 2014
Health care compact gains attention as campaign issue
Kansas
TOPEKA — A once-obscure effort by a group of states to get out from under federal health care regulations has become an issue in the final days of the Kansas governor’s race.
November 22 2014
Ken Selzer victorious in Kansas Insurance Commissioner's race
Kansas
TOPEKA, KAN. — Ken Selzer, a conservative Republican who supports repeal of the Affordable Care Act and Kansas’ participation in a multi-state compact designed to allow member states to take control of their Medicare programs, has been elected Kansas insurance commissioner.
November 20 2014
Convicted Murderer To Be Re-Sentenced
Kansas
TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW)-- The Kansas Supreme Court today upheld a Topeka man's first-degree murder conviction, but he will be re-sentenced. William Holt was convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend's new boyfriend, Mitch Vose in September 2011.
November 17 2014
Judge commits Lawrence homicide suspect to state hospital
Kansas
A Shawnee County District judge has committed a 38-year-old Lawrence woman suspected in the July death of Christine M. Kaplan, of Lawrence, to Larned State Hospital during court proceedings of theft and burglary charges in Topeka.
November 11 2014
Kansas homicide suspect committed in separate case
Kansas
The suspect in a Lawrence homicide is being evaluated at Larned State Hospital after a judge found her incompetent to stand trial for a burglary case in Topeka.
November 11 2014
Friday marks 50th anniversary of heinous murder
Kansas
William Frederick Zimmer committed a crime that horrified Topekans, and almost paid for it with his life.
November 09 2014
Kansas court agrees with murder conviction in abortion doctor shooting; orders new sentencing
Kansas
TOPEKA, Kan. — The Kansas Supreme Court has upheld the first-degree murder conviction of a man who admitted shooting abortion provider Dr. George Tiller to death at his Wichita church in 2009.
November 04 2014
Shawnee County jury imposes 'Hard 50' sentence for first time on murderer
Robinson, Kansas
A Shawnee County District Court jury on Tuesday imposed a "Hard 50" prison sentence on a man convicted in the brutal slaying of a woman in her southeast Topeka apartment.
November 04 2014
Shawnee County jurors to decide possible 'Hard 50' prison term
Kansas
Four months after jurors convicted Troy Allen Robinson of killing a woman in her southeast Topeka apartment, they will troop back into court on Monday to decide whether to sentence him to 50 years in prison.
November 02 2014
Shawnee County jurors to decide slaying defendant's 50-year prison term
Kansas
Four months after jurors convicted Troy Allen Robinson of killing a woman in her southeast Topeka apartment, they will troop back into court on Monday to decide whether to sentence him to 50 years in prison.
November 02 2014
Sentencing Delayed For Topeka Man Convicted In Bar Shooting
Topeka, Kansas
TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW)-- Sentencing is delayed for a Topeka man convicted in a shooting at a Topeka bar that killed a man. The judge Wednesday, granted a request from James Qualls defense attorney for more time to review pre-sentence motions. The case now has a status conference set for November 21st.
November 01 2014
Court vacates 'Hard 50' sentence in Topeka killing
Kansas
The Kansas Supreme Court on Friday upheld the premeditated first-degree murder conviction of William Holt II in the September 2010 shooting death of Mitch Vose in Topeka, but vacated his "Hard 50" life sentence.
October 31 2014
Court vacates Hard 50 sentence in Topeka killing
Kansas
The Kansas Supreme Court on Friday upheld the pre-meditated first degree murder conviction of William Holt II in the September 2010 shooting death of Mitch Vose in Topeka, but vacated his "Hard 50" life sentence.
October 31 2014
Court vacates Hard-50 sentence in Topeka killing
Kansas
The Kansas Supreme Court on Friday upheld the pre-meditated first degree murder conviction of William Holt II in the September 2010 shooting death of Mitch Vose in Topeka, but vacated his "Hard 50" life sentence.
October 31 2014
Kansas court affirms verdict in abortion shooting
Kansas
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas' highest court Friday agreed with the first-degree murder conviction of the man who admitted shooting abortion provider Dr. George Tiller to death, rejecting his argument that he should have been allowed to present a defense that his actions were necessary to stop a greater wrong.
October 24 2014
AG Schmidt appeals Carr, Gleason death penalty decisions to the U.S. Supreme Court
Kansas
TOPEKA, KAN. – Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt today formally appealed the Kansas Supreme Court’s decisions that vacated the death sentences of Reginald Carr, Jonathan Carr and Sidney Gleason.
October 20 2014
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