A Kansas City man exonerated of a rape conviction is opening up about the nearly 30 years he spent in prison.
The administration of the juvenile justice system in Kansas is merging into the adult correctional system.
Join more than 15,000 people in Wamego on Thursday for its all-day carnival, parade and fireworks extravaganza at the Wamego Recreational Complex.
Weather officials in Tornado Alley have raised concerns about a scene in the new Superman movie that incorrectly portrays a highway overpass as a safe place to hide during a tornado.
Authorities in Kansas City, Kan., have evacuated about 20 people from an apartment building after a partial collapse at vacant building next door.
The Topeka Police Department doesn’t have the necessary funding for a safer, more efficient way to hand out citations.
A Kansas Senate committee is preparing to consider Gov. Sam Brownback’s appointments of three new members to the state Board of Regents.
New this morning, a gas pump goes up in flames early Monday morning after a car chase.
A federal judge in Kansas has refused to temporarily block a new state law requiring that abortion provider websites link to a state site with information the providers dispute.
A 21-year-old man has been killed in an all-terrain vehicle near the northeast Kansas town of Delia.
Starting Monday, July 1st, new laws go into effect in Kansas, including one that allows more guns in some public buildings.
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A state law taking effect Monday expands the Kansas concealed carry law.
Beer enthusiasts attending Topeka’s first craft brewery festival had pales, wheats, lagers and fruity seasonal brews to pick from.
Kansas University’s School of Pharmacy remained a national research power last year, ranking No. 2 in the country among pharmacy schools in National Institutes of Health research funding.
Out with the old and in with the new. A change of command took place Friday in the first armored brigade combat team and… More »
Loren Wendelburg was in elementary school when he was bullied by his 5th grade teacher.
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) – A Kansas judge has temporarily blocked parts of a sweeping state anti-abortion law set to take effect next week.
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