Average retail gasoline prices in Topeka have risen 2.5 cents per gallon in the past week
The Kansas Department of Labor (KDOL) reports Kansas gained 800 private sector jobs over the month and 23,300 private sector jobs over the year.
A man wanted for one count of criminal threat is today’s Northeast Kansas Most Wanted.
Attorney General Derek Schmidt is releasing the language he wants legislators to consider when addressing the Kansas Hard 50 law during a special session next month.
Beginning tomorrow morning southwest 12th Street from Gage Blvd. to Huntoon will be closed completely.
A senior Pentagon analyst thinks there’s a chance Kansas native Emil Kapaun’s remains eventually will be among those of other missing Korean War troops buried in a national cemetery in Hawaii.
Private contractors are preparing to take over operations of the Kansas child support system from a state agency even as questions remain about how the contracts were awarded.
Plans for a Walmart Super-center in East Topeka will be under the microscope at the City Planning and Zoning meeting tonight.
The city of Lawrence is honoring the 150th Anniversary of Quantrill’s Raid.
The seller of a Kansas house where BTK serial killer Dennis Rader took a woman’s life in 1985 says he is disclosing the murder to make sure any potential buyer doesn’t have a problem with the home’s past.
From Columbine to the Aurora shootings, law enforcement make a point to teach the public to protect themselves in these situations.
Auctioneers say a 9,100-acre ranch in south-central Kansas has been sold to seven buyers for a total of $13.5 million.
Law enforcement authorities now say the shooting of a Kansas man by his wife was not an accident.
Johnson County Community College is welcoming about 700 students to its new $13 million culinary academy.
Students who arrive at one Wichita elementary school to begin the new school year will see the results of long hours of extra work during the weekend by teachers and maintenance staff.
Although Kansas law requires schools to have an anti-bullying policy, schools may struggle to translate this legal obligation into effective policies and practices to prevent and intervene with this pervasive problem.
A longtime Wichita attorney says he wants to replace Rep. Nile Dillmore in the Kansas House after Dillmore steps down next month.