The Dodge City Community College football team was involved in a bus accident that left several cattle dead.
Despite the recent hot weather across Kansas, on Monday the drought emergency status was officially dropped for Eastern Kansas.
The Douglas County Community Foundation has received the largest single gift in its 13-year history.
Rossville will hold its Community Food Pantry today.
Reno County paid more than $7,000 for two last-minute plane tickets for witnesses in a criminal case.
A third person has been arrested in connection to the July stabbing of a Shrine Bowl player in East Topeka.
The Lyon County Sheriff's Office is trying to find an inmate this mornign who was let out for a work release and then did not come back to t…
The house where one of the victims of the BTK serial killer was murdered has sold at auction for far less than its appraised value.
Millions of Americans are expected to hit the highways for the upcoming Labor Day Holiday weekend.
Starting next year, retail giant Walmart will offer health insurance benefits to same-sex couples and domestic partners.
Some of the 70 residents left homeless by a fire at a Wichita apartment complex are war refugees from Myanmar.
State and federal lawmakers want to know what caused a doctor shortage at a veterans hospital in Topeka
Students in Lawrence will no longer be able to hang out on couches on their front porches.
The Topeka Fire Department responded to a reported structure fire at 2119 SW Gage Blvd. shortly before midnight on Tuesday
Kansas Court of Appeals nominee Caleb Stegall is preparing to answer questions in writing and provide documents to a legislative committee t…
A northwest Kansas school bus driver has been fired after leaving two young siblings locked in the bus, making for what one of them called a…
Kansas City, Kan., police say an 11-month-old boy died after being found unresponsive at a day care center.
Former U.S. Sen. Nancy Kassebaum Baker will receive the Gordon Parks Choice of Weapons award in October.
Kansas Labor Secretary Lana Gordon is preparing to deliver an overview of the state's economy and prospects for job growth.
The journey is over for Topeka native Hayle Erbert on Fox's So You Think You Can Dance.