BREAKING: Jones to retire from Highway Patrol


Kansas Highway Patrol Superintendent Herman Jones will step down from his post later this year following a difficult tenure marked by allegations that the agency fostered a hostile work environment marked by sexual harassment, gender discrimination and retaliation.

Jones announced that he will retire July 1. His departure comes after a couple of Kansas lawmakers threatened to move the Kansas Highway Patrol from out of the control of the governor and place it under the attorney general.

"It has been a sincere and . . .


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