A critic of former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline says the ex-prosecutor has the right to renew his Kansas law license while a ruling f…
The Topeka Police Department detectives are asking for the public's assistance in attempting to identify a white male who was caught on vide…
Someone in northwest Kansas missed Wednesday night's $425 million jackpot by one number but will claim a $1 million prize.
It has taken a decade and costs taxpayers nearly three times more than originally thought but project managers say Statehouse renovations ar…
A car that was stolen in Sumner County has been recovered and a Topeka women has been arrested.
Some foreign teachers recruited to work in Topeka schools are facing the possibility having to return home
Neighborhoods around Shawnee County will take a stand against crime this weekend.
Private donations to Kansas Avenue Renovations are starting to roll in.
Sedgwick County commissioners have adopted a 2014 budget that puts the future of the Judge Riddel Boys Ranch in jeopardy.
Recent storms in south central Kansas will mean two extra weeks of summer vacation in one town.
A Hutchinson woman already serving a year's probation for neglecting more than two dozen horses is now facing a civil nuisance lawsuit.
High waters will keep campers away from much of Marion Reservoir in east central Kansas for several weeks.
Much of soggy south central Kansas remains under a flood warning as more rain is forecast to fall into already full waterways.
Brownback will lead a summit meeting next month at Emporia State University on the future of transportation in Kansas.
An officer from the Maldives is making history this fall by becoming the first member of his nation's military to attend the Army's Command …
A Lawrence man has created a commemorative bandanna to recognize the 150th anniversary of William Quantrill's raid that left more than 180 r…
20-year-old Katherine Linquist is the writer behind the book, "The Twelve Day Christmas of Silverlenne Forest."
Topeka’s bus service is looking for input from the public on placement of bus shelters in the Capital City.
A south-central Kansas police chief is leaving his department Sept. 23 for a job in Central America.
A group that works to get more Kansans in the dentist’s chair now has more money to do it.