A Kansas House committee is considering a proposal to require cities and other local governments to warn consumers if they put fluoride in t…
Teens are buckling up throughout Kansas in the name of safety.
A Topeka family, stranded in Ukraine during violent protests and now, a change in government power, still waits for word they can come home.
A Kansas radiologist who is seeking to unseat U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts acknowledges making a mistake
Fingerprints and background checks – they’re on the horizon for all teachers in Kansas – but there are several potential outcomes.
The Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance with information on the death of George K. Winter
A single car roll over crash claimed the life of a Americus man Thursday in rural Lyon County.
A Topeka man has been sentenced to federal prison on a firearm charge.
Witnesses say a northeast Kansas man may have suffered a medical problem before driving his van into a Pizza Hut restaurant.
An emergency shelter for homeless families in 11 southeast Kansas counties is expected to close at the end of March.
A high school female teacher has been suspended with pay for getting too close to a student.
A 35-year-old father was sentenced to life in prison on Friday in connection with the on-going sexual assault
A Missouri man is charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of a Kansas City Chiefs fan in an Arrowhead Stadium parking lot.
Paul Davis is calling on leaders of the Legislature’s Republican majorities to shorten lawmakers’ annual session.
The Arizona Legislature has approved legislation that allows business owners asserting their religious beliefs to refuse service to gays.
A Kansas House committee is considering a bill that would allow state residents to renew their driver’s licenses for eight years
State health officials say this year’s flu season is winding down in Kansas, and this season won’t be as severe as last year.
A new report ranks the popularity of winter wheat varieties in Kansas.
Kansas legislators are considering changes in a state energy regulation
A Kansas Senate committee wants to limit the fees charged by state and local agencies when they when fulfill requests to produce public reco…