U.S. Census Bureau data released Tuesday showed that the Kansas uninsured rate remained unchanged at 13.1 percent.
Police in Wichita are investigating why a 3-month-old girl tested positive for illegal drugs.
Metropolitan Topeka Airport Authority (MTAA) announced today that Topeka travelers who have booked certain United Airlines tickets for trave…
The Kansas Motor Carriers Association donated 105 child safety seats to the Kansas Highway Patrol
This morning the Topeka Police responded to a report of a house fire at 1928 NE Monroe St.
Firefighters have been called to a fire at the same vacant house in Kansas City, Kan., three days in a row. No injuries have been reported.
Lawrence city commissioners support loaning a shelter $725,000 but want more information about terms of the loan.
One Topeka Bank is out some cash, while Topeka Police search for a man in connection to the robbery yesterday afternoon.
A warning to dog owners. Veterinarians say there's a contagious infection that is spreading across Lawrence.
Sedgwick County inmates are undergoing more restroom rationing, but this time it's in a bid to conserve water.
A federal appeals court has sided with Spirit AeroSystems in a labor dispute stemming from the way the Wichita-based aircraft parts maker ev…
Pittsburg police and firefighters will be getting more co-workers and new equipment
AT&T is planning to install an antenna system designed to improve download speeds and capacity for mobile phone use across the University of…
Jeff Colyer is preparing to testify before a joint congressional subcommittee on the potential challenges for states under the federal healt…
Relatives of a woman killed by Wichita police last summer are suing the city and two police officers.
Universities are turning to high school gym scoreboards to recruit students.
A Topeka group that works to eliminate prejudice will now include protecting those in the lesbian, gay and trans-gender community.
It happened a little after 1:30 Wednesday morning at the Kwik Shop on northeast Wabash.
A former northwest Kansas jailer has revised his whistleblower lawsuit after a federal judge dismissed his earlier claims.
Organizers say nearly 630 people showed up at Washburn University's Moore Bowl for the health fair and then sweated it out with a workout on…