The Shawnee County Sheriff's Office and the District Attorney have a piece of evidence from yesterday's officer-involved shooting captured on a video camera.
Topeka Police Chief Ron Miller says the camera is mounted to a pair of glasses the officer was wearing. It shows what the officer sees. Chief Miller says that perspective is invaluable.
Kansas First News Reporter Kevin Boughton reports on other departments using similar technology and the manufacturer's claim it's almost impossible to tamper with.
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The Kansas Department of Agriculture is helping investigate three separate thefts of cattle in Stafford County.
Three of four people arrested in a September drug bust in Ellis County that netted 2.5 pounds of crystal methamphetamine have accepted plea deals.