Kansas City, Kan., police say a driver who accelerated toward officers has been wounded.
Just one developer has submitted a proposal for building a resort at Clinton Lake near Lawrence.
With more than 3 million people living with viral hepatitis in the United States, WHD offers a critical opportunity to raise awareness of this deadly, but treatable disease
Beware of the blue-green algae contaminating lakes in Kansas and across the nation.Beware of the blue-green algae contaminating lakes in Kansas and across the nation.
Five minutes before the Shrine Bowl Parade Topeka Police Officers evacuated Jackson St. due to a suspicious package.
A collaborative effort is underway to draw attention to Topeka’s treasures. The Topeka Zoo, Kansas Children’s Discovery Center, Shawnee County Parks and Recreation Department, Ramada West and Visit Topeka are teaming up to get the word about Topeka
During a series of 13 search warrants many items were seized, to include drug paraphernalia, illegal narcotics, and weapons. A total of 17 subjects were taken into custody and arrested for the following.
The second of two teenagers who disappeared in a southeast Kansas river has been found dead.
A former Wichita cheer coach has been ordered to spend at least 42 years in prison for having sexual relations with four young girls.
Manhattan offered residents a little amnesty Friday when it came to unwanted furniture.
The Kansas Department of Administration today closed the sealed bid process for development of a lakeside, destination resort at Clinton State Park near Lawrence.
The crew of a passing freight train is getting the credit for spotting an overnight fire that damaged a middle school in central Kansas.
Kansas State University has received a $13.7 million grant to help increase food supplies in Africa.
Police are looking for a man after they say he robbed a postman.
Brownback has called a special session of the Kansas Legislature for Sept. 3 to rewrite the state’s “Hard 50″ criminal sentencing law.
Legislators and prosecutors seeking a quick rewrite of the Kansas “Hard 50″ law believe they can save the tough penalty in pending murder cases with new sentencing hearings for convicted offenders.
Some campers are home again after a national event celebrating Scouting.