Kansas farm groups are hosting a ranch tour focusing on the drought and how to best manage resources to survive the upcoming grazing season.
Kansas is honoring two Topeka officers who were killed on duty last year by adding their names to the Law Enforcement Memorial on the Statehouse grounds.
The public can bring in any unused, unwanted, or expired prescription drugs to the lobby of the Law Enforcement Center from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Saturday.
No one was hurt after a pilot made an emergency landing Thursday.
A Topeka project is covering eyesores with art in an effort to tackle the city’s graffiti problem.
For five years Elisa Gallegos ran a… More »
Kansas regulators have indefinitely suspended the medical license of a Manhattan doctor linked to drug overdoses among active-duty Fort Riley soldiers.
A Wichita woman had a nasty surprise when she discovered a pipe bomb among items she brought home from a self-storage unit.
A 13-year-old northeast Kansas boy is recovering from minor burns on his face after another boy threw flaming hand sanitizer at him.
The investment partnership that bought Hostess Brands’ snack cake product lines says it will reopen its eastern Kansas bakery this summer, with hiring of an initial 250 people already underway.
Wichita police are investigating a woman’s allegation that she was sexually assaulted by a member of this year’s Wichita State men’s basketball team.
Conservative Republican senators are pushing back at Gov. Sam Brownback’s request that Kansas issue $202 million more in bonds to help finance construction of a federal biosecurity lab in Manhattan.
Washburn senior Lucy Hesse, of Topeka, was recognized recently with the Dennis Boe award for top paper at the Great Plains Honors Council annual conference, held in Canyon, Texas.
The Junction City Police Department wants to alert the local citizens in Junction City of a recent rash of residential burglaries that have taken… More »
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt’s office is warning legislators that some laws they passed this year could lead to litigation costing the state more than $1.2 million over the next two years.
OLATHE, Kan. (AP) — The U.S. Department of Transportation has ordered four suburban Kansas City trucking companies to stop operating after determining three of… More »
A Kansas official says the state expects to have results early next month from DNA testing done on remains from two men executed for the 1959 slayings that inspired Truman Capote’s classic book, “In Cold Blood.”