The results of a new autopsy confirm what friends and family members of Alonzo Brooks have been saying for the past 17 years — his death was a homicide.
PARKER — A 42-year-old Parker man has been arrested in connection with his mother’s death after authorities allege he used his pickup truck to intentionally strike her vehicle.
Local Kansas Republican Senators Caryn Tyson of Parker and Molly Baumgardner of Louisburg both retained their seats by large margins in the Nov. 3 general election.
A La Cygne woman has been identified as a suspect in connection with an abduction and high speed chase Thursday, Oct. 22, that started in Kansas City, Kan., and ended on U.S. 69 in Miami County.
A coalition dedicated to educating the public about mental wellness and available resources will be releasing a variety of online content throughout the month of September as part of the Healthy Minds Festival virtual event.
Rep. Mark Samsel and Samantha Poetter have advanced to the Nov. 3 general election in two local state House races, but the Louisburg USD 416 bond election will not move forward. Voters rejected both questions of the two-part proposal.
Patrons of Louisburg USD 416 and Prairie View USD 362 will have an opportunity to cast their votes in school bond elections set for the Tuesday, Aug. 4, primary that are proposing upgrades and repairs to existing district buildings.
MOUND CITY — The Linn County Fair won’t look the same this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but several events are still scheduled to take place next week in Mound City.
MOUND CITY — The annual queen competition is one Linn County Fair tradition organizers wanted to maintain this year despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
KANSAS CITY, KAN. — The FBI is offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone responsible for the death of Alonzo Brooks. Brooks’ body was found in a creek in La Cygne on May 1, 2004.
A federal lawsuit challenging a Linn County health officer’s order that required businesses to keep records of who visits their establishments for the purpose of contract tracing COVID-19 cases has been dropped after the original order was amended.