SILVER ALERT // The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office the public in locating 75-year-old male.
First Lady Michelle Obama will deliver the May 17, 2014 commencement address to graduating seniors from Topeka Public Schools.
The Kansas Highway Patrol says troopers were led on a 65-mile chase on the interstate before the driver was arrested.
All Americans stand with the mourners of three people killed at Jewish community sites in suburban Kansas City, Attorney General Eric Holder said Thursday.
Authorities say a Wyoming college student who jumped to his death from a Denver hotel balcony ate more than the recommended serving of a marijuana cookie.
Unemployment held steady in Kansas during March, staying at a seasonally adjusted rate of 4.9 percent in March, the same as in February.
Kansas Board of Regents leaders say they do not plan to back away from the board’s social media policy, which has been criticized for allowing administrators to fire or discipline employees for their social media postings.
The remains of a 22-year-old Topeka airman who went missing in World War II are being returned to his family for burial.
Riley County police are looking investigating an armed robbery at Dollar General store.
A former Kansas Governor could soon represent the state once again.
Kansas Wesleyan University will offer a new major beginning this summer that will combine sciences with the study of social forces involved in environmental issues.
Only minor injuries were reported after accident on I-70 early Thursday morning
The Kansas Turnpike Authority says a 52-year-old woman died when she got out of a moving vehicle and was run over.
As word spread of a spiraling fire at this Texas town’s fertilizer plant, volunteers raced to protect families and elderly residents who lived nearby. Then came the deafening explosion.
An 8-year-old Michigan State basketball fan whose battle with cancer inspired the team’s players, coaches and many more beyond the hardwood is to be honored by thousands of her closest friends at a memorial service in East Lansing.
A 40-year-old man will go on trial for the second time on charges that he raped a University of Kansas student in 1997.
Call it the Big Flush 2, and this time the sequel promises to be much bigger than the original.