Recent rains will be good for the pocketbooks of Wichita residents who use a lot of water.
Eight home bakers from across the nation will come to Manhattan June 20-22 to participate in the National Festival of Breads
City commissioners in Salina have voted to allow sales of packaged liquor on Sundays and three designated holidays.
A Kansas agency has scheduled four town hall meetings next week to discuss the development of housing for moderate-income families in rural areas.
Kansas farmers have been planting row crops where field conditions allow amid the recent spate of heavy rain, high winds and tornadoes.
U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran has appointed a new state director to oversee his offices in Kansas and represent the senator in his home state.
A fire broke out early this morning at about 12:30 in a woodshop. Mission Township Fire said the fire happened at 5630 SW Lincolnshire Circle in Topeka.
The company’s CEO and employees gathered in a large hanger to watch as the new owners took delivery of the 4,000 Model 36 Bonanza.
The North Community Band played a selection of classic tunes and modern marches.
That was the theme of one of Helen Hocker Theater’s summer camps.
Jared Holroyd, David Mountain, Charles Dean Wilson and Nathan Schmidt filed papers.
A northeast Kansas woman who left her 7-week-old son alone in an alley has been sentenced to 60 days in jail.
A northeast Kansas man who kept a tiger and other exotic animals on his property has pleaded guilty to numerous charges.
Shawnee County is one step closer to catching the killers in nearly 70 unsolved homicide cases in the area.
The budget approved by Kansas lawmakers over the weekend includes funding for two priorities of the Kansas Bureau of Investigation.
The head of a group that represents Kansas emergency responders says it’s time to consider rules for storm chasers
Brownback’s Republican allies in the Kansas Legislature overcame resistance to raising new revenues by describing their proposals as old business left on lawmakers’ agenda from last year.