Brownback introduced his latest three appointments to the Kansas Board of Regents
Federal prosecutors want a celebrity hunter from Tennessee to spend three months in jail for violating probation in a Kansas case.
A lawsuit has been filed that challenges a Kansas law requiring voters to present a picture identification when casting ballots.
Storm Track Meteorologist Tom Hagen tells us what he and other broadcasters are learning and tracking at the American Meteorology Society’s 41st Conference on Broadcast Meteorology.
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A 24-year-old Olathe man has been accused of trying to kill his mother with a hammer.
Shawnee County commissioners are furious after receiving a final notice from the City of Topeka.
Investigators are still trying to determine the cause of a fire that destroyed thousands of hay bales in southwest Kansas.
The Kansas Corporation Commission is indefinitely abandoning a decision process after being sued for using it.
The Great Bend Humane Society removed 50 dogs and puppies from a home in Great Bend. Now, the owner could be facing charges.
Brownback is traveling to Kansas State University to announce his appointees for three upcoming vacancies on the nine-member Board of Regents.
The Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department is receiving a $75,000 grant to help improve access to healthy foods.
A flight demonstration of various unmanned aircraft systems used to improve the care of crops, livestock and pastures is scheduled for next week in central Kansas.
One person was killed and five others were injured in a head-on collision on K-20
Highway in Brown County early Wednesday morning, about 1 ½ miles east of U.S. 75 Highway.
The Kansas winter wheat harvest is slowly moving closer to the Nebraska border.
A legal fight over a new anti-abortion law in Kansas is spilling into the state’s courts.
The new banner they put up Wednesday morning says, “bye, bye DOMA.”