A man wanted for a trio of charges is Monday’s Northeast Kansas Most Wanted.
Kansas farmers are planning to put in more acres of corn and soybeans this season than they did a year ago.
Roofing season has arrived, but before you agree to hire someone to do the job, the Kansas Attorney General has a warning for you.
A burn ban has been issued for Osage County effective immediately through April 28, 2014 or until further notice.
A Manhattan pool business claims that more than $2,000 worth of materials was stolen from their store.
Two Ogden women were arrested for torching a man’s wardrobe.
Rep. Marc Rhoades unexpectedly resigned Monday as chairman of the Kansas House Appropriations Committee, saying he couldn’t support the Hous…
Governor Sam Brownback has signed a proclamation declaring the month of April as Financial Literacy Month in the state of Kansas
A Topeka man was sentenced Monday to two years in federal prison for robbing a Topeka bank, U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom said.
The dance is over for the Kansas chapter of Polka Lovers Klub of America.
Three weeks after arriving home, Don and Lisa Jenkins are helping their newly adopted Ukrainian Children adjust to American culture.
A Marysville teenager was killed in a one vehicle accident early Sunday morning.
A 4.3 magnitude earthquake rattled Crescent, Oklahoma around 1:50 Sunday morning.
A mock community in central Kansas that provides training on responding to disasters has been expanding thanks to its popularity with emerge…
A central Kansas company has bought an Italian manufacturing company.
A Kansas House committee is set to begin two days of hearings on a proposal to increase funding for public schools in an effort to satisfy a…
The Kansas Historical Society says an acting troupe of history re-enactors plans to present the play “Bleeding Kansas Characters.”
Sentencing has been delayed for a 54-year-old southeast Kansas woman who pleaded guilty in the death of man whose decomposed body was found …
Kansas’ redistricting experience shows that even when Republicans dominate a state, the outcome is not always preordained.
Volunteers have removed two swastikas that were spray-painted onto a Wichita mural that celebrates immigration.