Friday the 13th is often thought of a day for bad luck…but today is anything but for those receiving the benefits of an annual event in To…
Just two days after the 12th Anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks, artifacts from "Ground Zero" are in Northeast Kansas.
The second annual Jazz on Holton Square will be tomorrow starting at 4 p.m.
The St. Francis Health Foundations says two local families, Tim Etzel and Carole Bloomfield Etzel and Jerry and Janet Mcelroy joined togethe…
For those traveling on I-470 this weekend, expect some delays because of bridge repair work.
Hallmark is under contract to sell its Topeka production facilities to a real estate group that specializes in finding new uses for old indu…
Nine arts groups across Kansas will get state grants to support their work.
The Social Security office in Pittsburg will close Nov. 15, sending employees and clients to Joplin.
Kansas is asking the U.S. Department of Agriculture to extend emergency haying and grazing on Conservation Reserve Program land.
Kansas residents are being offered two online training courses to prepare themselves and their pets for emergencies.
Brownback and United Healthcare are preparing to announce an initiative to help disabled Kansas residents find good jobs.
A county commissioner and the fire supervisor tell us how it will work, and why it's something other counties should consider.
Kansas Highway Patrol Lieutenant Brent Smith was the first speaker this year.
Truck drivers from around northeast Kansas were honored by the Kansas Corporation Commission Thursday morning.
A Wichita woman who was away from home when her daughter suffered fatal burns in a fire has been ordered to stand trial on child endangermen…
A federal judge has ruled that a former Kansas social worker is immune from a lawsuit by the grandparents of a 23-month-old girl who was bea…