Northbound and southbound U.S. 75 from the I-70 interchange to the 46th Street interchange in Topeka will be reduced to one lane
The license of a Hays day care center is temporarily suspended while authorities investigate the cause of an 8-week-old infant's death.
A man involved in a convenience store robbery that set off a chain of events leading to the death of a Kansas State University researcher ha…
A 2-year-old Kansas girl who was critically injured when a stone wall fell on her is surprising her family with her quick recovery.
Abortion foes are resurrecting their efforts to use zoning laws to drive out a Wichita abortion clinic.
Kansas State Board of Education members are reviewing a proposed regulation outlining requirements for a new "Celebrate Freedom Week" in pub…
A water main break has caused a loss of pressure in the water system.
Kansas crops and pastures are mostly faring better in the wake of heavy rain that brought much-needed moisture to arid western sections but …
A male black bear at the Great Bend zoo has died.
U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran is planning to meet with business leaders and hospital administrators in south-central Kansas.
Residents all over Northern Kansas came out to Seneca Monday night to debate a proposed Mega-Watt Transmission line that would go straight t…
Westar Energy is helping sponsor an annual tradition in Topeka to benefit area children.
The City Of Milford is asking to join the Geary County and Junction City Metropolitan Planning Commission.
Pottawatomie County's administrator has assumed his role as president of the National Association Of County Administrators.
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A federal judge has narrowed Planned Parenthood’s lawsuit against a new Kansas abortion law to a single requirement deal…
The Shrine Bowl football player who was stabbed at a Topeka gas station last month has a new view of the Capital City.
An accountant in Manhattan, Kan., has been sentenced to 33 months in federal prison for embezzling from a commercial construction company
A Manhattan man has been sentenced to 42 months for robbing a convenience store in Manhattan
A new report estimates that Kansas farmers took in 328 million bushels of winter wheat this season, down 14 percent from last year.