A new report says Kansas farmers planted fewer acres of corn and soybeans and more acres of sorghum this spring than in 2012.
A northeast Kansas man has been given the maximum sentence for the beating death of his 4-year-old son.
On June 25, 2013, Topeka Police were called to Michaels Communications at 542 NW U.S. 24 highway on a past theft of over $2,000 worth of copper phone cable.
The 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division held a change of command ceremony this morning at Cavalry Parade Field on Fort Riley.
The founder of failed Kansas-based insurance franchising business Brooke Corp. has pleaded guilty to providing misleading information in a federal securities filing.
A federal judge in Kansas says he will rule by the end of July on whether to revoke probation for a professional Tennessee hunter accused of violating his plea deal.
The Kansas Supreme Court has ordered a new trial for a former Wichita home day care provider in the 2008 strangulation death of a 13-month-old girl.
The way statewide identity theft is investigated is going to change because of a new amendment.
Australian-born and brought to America by legendary Buddy Guy, catch blues musician Michael Charles and his crew tomorrow night at Uncle Bo’s at the downtown Ramada in Topeka.
A construction dumpster fire broke out in one southeast Topeka neighborhood late last night.
The late state Rep. Bob Bethell had a passion for finding antiques and built a large collection during his lifetime.
The house in Kingman that burned after a woman was killed has been demolished.
Officials with Butler National Corp. say they are considering layoffs after the Olathe-based company reported its first sustained losses in more than a decade.
Thousands of residents in south central Kansas remain without power after storms swept through the region, downing trees and power lines.
At about 2am Friday morning officers got a call of a break in of an occupied building in the 2600 block of NE Sardou.
Kansas officials are waiting for rulings from state and federal judges on whether the state can enforce new abortion restrictions with pending lawsuits against them.
Some country music stars are taking to the stage for one of the biggest events to hit Manhattan.