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A week before Daizsa Bausby's 19th birthday, her father Jerry K. Bausby was arrested and charged for her death, according to court records. Since Daizsa's mysterious death in March where she was discovered smothered to death inside a Kansas City motel room, friends and family members wondered


Secretary of State Kris Kobach argued in a court filing made public Monday that the records are not subject to the Kansas open records act.


Today’s staff member is Christopher Magee, archivist with the National Archives at Kansas City. “The record I am highlighting is Law Case File #44, US v Tasunka-Ota alias Plenty Horses, filed at the U.S. District Court for Southern (Sioux Falls) Division of the District of South Dakota.

from Washington Post

Kasey Nesbitt, a criminal gang member, was sentenced to life in prison for the rape and murder of an elderly woman from Kansas. Nesbitt, who’s identified in court records as a criminal street gang member, was sentenced Thursday to life in prison for the rape and murder of 100-year-old Martha Schell. He’ll be eligible for parole in 23 years, Sedgwick County District Attorney Marc Bennett told the Wichita Eagle. If granted parole, he’ll still serve another 26 1/2 years, which is the second…

Deputy sheriff charged with assault, restraint and domestic battery. OLATHE, Kan. — After a four-hour standoff with one of its own deputies, the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office arrested Ethan S. Moss, a six-year veteran of the force on Thursday. Moss was charged with one count of aggravated assault, five counts of criminal restraint and one count of domestic battery on Friday according to a press release. Officers were called to a home on the 32500 block of 174th Terrace in Gardner, Kansas…

Nathaniel "Tiny" Archibald (born September 2, 1948) is a retired American professional basketball player. He spent 14 years playing in the NBA, most notably with the Cincinnati Royals, Kansas City - Omaha Kings and Boston Celtics. In 1991 he was enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Archibald was a willing passer and an adequate shooter from midrange. However, it was his quickness and speed and shiftiness that made him difficult to guard in the open court, as he would…


Wonderland Arcade, 1200 Grand Ave. Kansas City, Missouri, 1968. One exterior image, also collected are interior shots. Pinball machines, a shooting gallery, self photograph booths, a private recording studio, food area with the menu on the wall, popcorn machine & other typical arcade games.