A 13-year-old suburban Kansas City boy is dead after he was hit by a truck while trying to cross Interstate 35 with friends.
As the rural forestry coordinator for the Kansas Forest Service, Bob Atchison has a broad perspective toward the state’s 5.2 million acres of forest land.
Tenured University of Kansas professors soon will begin facing periodic reviews.
A convicted child sex predator from central Kansas will soon learn how much he must pay the 9-year-old girl he used to produce pornography.
A federal judge is scheduled to get an update on the prosecution of a Kansas doctor charged with illegally dispensing prescription drugs.
A motorcycle driver is alive after spending nearly nine hours stuck in a ditch Saturday night.
Kansas prison leaders are sticking with their current security systems, despite 8 inmates escaping from the same prison over the last three years.
The decision to allow women to serve in combat units within a few years has local recruiters wondering how that could affect their job.
Wichita officials are looking to curb rising copper thefts by revising the city’s scrap metal ordinance.
Eight minimum-security inmates have walked away from the state’s prison in Lansing in the past three years. But officials there are confident in their security systems.