While the nation remembers September 11th as a day of terror, for one Olpe family, it is a day of celebration.
The Topeka West Junior ROTC, band, students and teachers observed those lost when planes flew into the World Trade Centers.
Miss Kansas Theresa Vail says she wants to break the stereotype that women with visible tattoos don't compete in pageants.
People lined up in their cars to get the shot starting at 9 yesterday morning at the first day of the drive-thru clinic.
U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) released the following statement today on the 12th anniversary of the September 11
Kansas Corrections Secretary Ray Roberts says recent changes in post-release supervision of convicted offenders should help control growth i…
Budget constraints and the need to remodel office space will keep newly confirmed Kansas Court of Appeals Judge Caleb Stegall from taking hi…
A state audit says that the Kansas Department of Commerce mishandled an economic development program
A Fort Riley private has been convicted in the stabbing death of another soldier and sentenced to life in prison without parole.
The Sedgwick County Zoo will get about $31 million from the county over the next five years
A Wichita massage parlor employee accused in a sex trafficking scheme is scheduled to return to federal court for a detention hearing.
A rollover accident occurred just before 9 this morning off U.S. 24 highway close to Menoken Rd.
How about a night at the opera, followed by gambling at a casino?
The state's environmental regulatory agency is seeking public comment on a $2.3 million plan to clean up an industrial site in Topeka
The city of Atchison will honor a deaf, double amputee who became a famous bricklayer before his death more than six decades ago.
The Wichita City Council has approved the first settlement in at least a dozen claims filed by tenants of an apartment complex damaged in a …
The University of Kansas Endowment had another record-setting year in fiscal year 2013.
A Wisconsin man accused of joining a cyberattack staged by the computer hacking group Anonymous on Wichita-based Koch Industries is due back…
The largest electric company in Kansas will have a new executive overseeing its accounting operations in November.
Brownback is preparing to discuss efforts to shrink waiting lists for disabled Kansas residents who are seeking in-home services.