The Kansas winter wheat harvest is finally spreading across the state after an unusually late start.
Top Kansas officials have approved a $100,000 settlement in a lawsuit on behalf of a former state hospital patient who was assaulted and contracted a sexually transmitted disease.
Barton County officials are on the scene of a plane crash.
The discharge of fireworks is lawful in the city of Topeka on July 1-July 3 from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m. and on July 4 from 8 a.m. until 11:59 p.m.
A Kansas City, Kan., man has pleaded guilty to committing a series of robberies over ten days in Kansas City, Kan., Roeland Park and Fairway, U.S.
The Army says it will eliminate one infantry brigade at Fort Riley as the military reduces its overall number of soldiers by September 2017.
The U.S. Army is slashing the number of combat brigades from 45 to 33, and shifting thousands of soldiers out of bases around the county
Operation Rescue says an unidentified man threw a large rock through the window of their headquarters in Wichita.
In an auction Tuesday morning that lasted only a few minutes, the historic Dillon House at 404 S.W. 9th St. received a highest bid of $700,000.
The trial for the last of nine defendants charged in a 2011 homicide in Topeka has been postponed six months.
Kansas will pay a former state senator $13,000 to settle his lawsuit over a decision by gambling regulators to block his involvement in a dog-racing track in his hometown.
Kansas gambling revenues raised through lottery ticket sales and three state-owned casinos are expected to top $150 million for the fiscal year ending June 30.
Veterinarians are warning animal lovers and pet owners to pay attention to a disease crawling into northeast Kansas just in time for summer.
Kansas expects to rely less heavily on internal borrowing to pay its bills on time during the fiscal year starting in July.
A nonprofit group from Illinois is asking the Kansas Corporation Commission to support its efforts to seek a surcharge on natural gas utilities.
A realtors association says home sales in Kansas in May were the highest in the state since 2007.
Salina residents will not be allowed to carry concealed weapons into the city’s public buildings for at least six months.