Campus police at K-State are warning students and staff to be aware of their surroundings after a report of a rape on campus. A release from the university says no one has been arrested in the case and that “conditions may exist that pose a continuing threat to the community.” A female student claimed she was sexually assaulted in a dorm room on campus.
A woman from Topeka is dead after crashing her car into a police car. She didn’t have her headlights on at the time and ran a stop sign, according to police. That woman also wasn’t wearing a seat belt. The officer in the patrol car had to go to the hospital for treatment.
A man wanted in Kansas on credit card fraud and ID theft charges is now under arrest in Arizona. The owner of a gun shop in Hays contacted police when he became suspicious about a string of online orders, all destined for Arizona. Police there arrested the man who admitted to placing those orders using credit cards from the patients at the hospital where he worked.
One woman is dead, three others in the hospital after a weekend crash in Rooks County. The 90-year old driver pulled out in front of another driver according to the KHP, causing the crash. She died later at the hospital.
Donations and help from a state agency will keep a suicide prevention center from closing. Headquarters Counseling serves nearly all of Kansas and lost several grants, leading officials scrambling to raise nearly $90-thousand to keep the doors open. Between private donations and a grant that can be used as matching funds, the organization is still up and running. Headquarters Counseling’s online fundraising campaign continues through the end of the month.