The man who planned a burglary that led to the murder of a Topeka woman and the wounding of her partner has been sentenced to 18 years in prison.
A state regulatory agency is requiring a Salina water utility to make some improvements.
A new garrison commander and garrison command sergeant major have assumed their leadership duties at Fort Riley.
Police have released the names of the two people arrested in the murder of a Lawrence resident.
The Kansas Department of Health and Human Services says the facility failed to, “provide services to maintain a sanitary and comfortable interior of the facility” – citing stains on chairs and urine odors in a hallway.
Jessica Girard is asking the public for help finding her father, Raleigh D. “R.D.” Heskett, who went missing Sunday night.
Thursday Girard released a… More »
A federal jury has found a Kansas veteran guilty of unlawfully having explosive materials.
The Kansas Department of Aging and Disability has taken away the license of the Topeka Community Healthcare Center on southeast 21st Street.
A U.S. Senate committee has endorsed spending $404 million in the next fiscal year to construct a new federal research lab at Kansas State University.
Today is the second day of the annual “Kansas Conference on Poverty.” It’s a 3 day event that is meant to show people the struggles our Nation has with poverty.