At about 12:30 Thursday morning Topeka police tried to stop a Suburban at 6th and Harrison when the driver allegedly fled the scene.
A lawsuit by the state of Kansas to force a Topeka sperm donor to pay child support is on hold while a judge considers whether to remove herself from the case.
Kansas higher education officials are meeting to discuss the impact of budget cuts on public colleges and universities.
A Lenexa company has been fined about $27,000 for failing to follow federal rules on lead paint.
Cowboys and cowgirls are gearing up for this weekend’s High School Rodeo finals in the Capital City.
PT’s at College Hill could be named the best in the nation.
Officials in Dodge City will soon begin looking for a new police chief.
The commission that is planning a memorial to honor President Dwight D. Eisenhower in Washington plans to unveil a series of quotations that may be inscribed in the monument.
A longtime advocate for children and victims of domestic violence has been named director of victim services in the Kansas Department of Corrections.
Highway 24 sees lots of traffic, and the “Horticultural Service Garden Center” owners Barbara Meyer and her husband have been in this spot for 28 years.
On Monday, June 10, a resurfacing project will begin on a 22.52-mile stretch of U.S. 24 in Riley and Pottawatomie Counties.
4-H members who have finished sixth grade through those ready to start ninth are taking part in the 2013 Shawnee County Tech Camp on Robotics
Some hotel operators in Garden City say they’re losing business because of the local ban on smoking in most public places.
The chairman of the Kansas House committee on taxation says it’s “misleading” for Democrats to describe newly approved tax legislation as a tax increase.
Attorneys for a former Kansas police instructor accused of killing his wife are trying to bolster their suggestion that the death could have been a suicide.
Two Kansas City, Kan., men face up to five years in federal prison after pleading guilty to a charge accusing them of running dog fights.
The Kansas Department of Corrections says the convicted killer of an abortion provider violated prison rules by trying to intimidate the woman who reopened the doctor’s abortion clinic in Wichita.