A former manager of wastewater facilities for the city of Hays, Kan., has been charged with violating the Clean Water Act
Staff at the Blue Moose on Wanamaker sold small American flags to customers to raise $2800 for ‘Folds Of Honor’.
The Kansas Department Of Health And Environment has issued a boil water advisory in areas of Lyon County.
The Kansas Board of Education has yanked the licenses of six teachers, including four convicted of sex crimes.
Two young siblings are credited with saving a toddler from drowning in an apartment pool in Topeka.
Secretary of State Kris Kobach says Kansas will continue to enforce a law requiring new voters to provide proof of their U.S. citizenship
Kansas utility regulators and the Washburn University School of Law have formed a new partnership to train the next generation of oil and gas attorneys.
A federal court has rejected an appeal from a Kansas man convicted of killing a sheriff’s deputy during a 2005 hostage rescue.
A Dutch man who uses a metal detector to search for World War II relics has found the long-buried dog tag of Kansas soldier.
The Lawrence Public Library has received a $250,000 grant to help make the city a stopping place for prominent authors.
A 50-pound tortoise that disappeared from outside its northeast Kansas has been found and returned home.
Fans at Kansas sporting events will have a chance to go green while cheering on the Jayhawks.
The summer vacation is over for elementary school students in the Topeka school district.
The American Civil Liberties Union has notified Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach that it intends to file a federal lawsuit over a state law requiring new voters to provide proof of their U.S. citizenship.
People who live along a Shawnee County Road are celebrating what they call a “Big Victory.”
Wichita officials are unsure where students at an elementary school that was damaged by fire will attend classes when the school year begins on Wednesday.
Topeka Goodyear employees will continue voting this morning on a new contract.