The Leavenworth Times - Leavenworth, KS
Updated at 9:07 AM

A local political science professor will host a forum for candidates for the Leavenworth City Commission from 7-9 p.m. Monday at the Riverfront Community Center.

Updated at 9:06 AM

To the editor:I recently wrote a letter to editor in which I complained of anti-police sentiments among two city commission candidates.Based on irate phone calls and other events, I've determined that they aren't alone in...

Updated at 9:03 AM

Leavenworth Mayor Mark Preisinger, right, delivers a meal for the Meals on Wheels program to Anita Hadley Thursday at her Leavenworth residence.

Updated at 8:59 AM

A Leavenworth County commissioner raised questions Thursday about the potential sale of the former 4-H building in Lansing to the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority. But the county counselor will try to negotiate with the KCATA for the sale...

Updated at 8:56 AM

All week long I’ve been asked the same question over and over: “What is the Evoque?”

Updated at 8:54 AM

Lansing's citywide garage sale begins today and will continue through Saturday.

Updated at 8:50 AM

Spring has sprung. The signs are all around us.Birds are chirping. Flowers are blooming. Moore, Oklahoma, has been hit by a tornado. And Pete Rose has asked for his lifetime ban for betting on baseball to be lifted.

Updated at 8:45 AM

A Pennsylvania police officer has been charged with murder in the death of a man who sped away after the officer noticed he had an expired inspection sticker on his vehicle. When the officer caught up with the man he attempted to flee on foot.

Updated at 8:29 AM

The true story that the fictionalized “Danny Collins” is based on goes like this: A 21-year-old British folk singer named Steve Tilston started to see his career rise. In 1971, he was interviewed by the British rock mag ZigZag, and the discussion...

Posted at 9:05 AM

Molly Sims and her husband Scott Stuber welcomed a daughter on Wednesday."We welcome Scarlett...

Updated at 8:17 AM

Firefighters using high-powered water towers worked Friday to extinguish pockets of fire at the site of an apparent gas explosion in Manhattan's East Village as authorities reported that two people were unaccounted for.

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