Attorneys are presenting closing arguments in the trial of a former Kansas lawman accused of killing his wife and setting their house on fire to hide evidence.
A baby girl is alive thanks to the quick thinking of doctors at the University of Kansas.
The Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office is investigating two residential burglaries.
PT’s at College Hill came in fourth in a nationwide competition for the title of America’s Best Coffeehouse.
Washburn had 120 student-athletes earn academic honors as the MIAA announced its yearly honor roll Monday afternoon.
The Miss Kansas Organization crowned Miss Kansas 2013 on June 8 in Pratt, KS at Pratt Community College. The pageant was webcast for all those who could not be in attendance.
A Shawnee County judge has postponed the trial of a mother and son who are charged with killing the son’s wife.
The deadline to purchase a Retail Fireworks permit for the unincorporated areas of Riley County is fast approaching.
Alyssa Champlin of Concordia, Kan. will travel to Mobile, Ala. on Sunday, June 16 to participate in the 56th Distinguished Young Women National Finals
Many state workers in Kansas are continuing to work long hours of overtime, with agency heads blaming most of the increase on staff shortages and turnover.
The arts in Lawrence are getting a lot better. Sunday people at Theatre Lawrence unveiled a new $7 million facility for community theater.
Kansas will be holding back its final payment to a Minnesota company handling the state’s new motor vehicle system until it is fully active and its problems are resolved.
According to Topeka Police, a man robbed the Capital City Bank at 120 SW 6th St. a little after 8 a.m. and left on foot.
The first-degree murder trial of a former Kansas lawman charged with killing his wife and setting their home on fire is heading toward its conclusion.
A fifteen minute delay is expected for commuters traveling on U.S. 24 in Riley County and Pottawatomie Counties starting today.
At about 9am Sunday morning officers responded to the 900 block of south Cedar and found the woman in an apartment building.
Superintendents from across Kansas plan to gather in Topeka to show support for the Common Core education standards.