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.
Higher education officials in Kansas argue that public universities and colleges are crucial to economic growth.
Just days before the Supreme Court is expected to make a decision on same-sex marriage, two women celebrate their wedding at the Equality House,… More »
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A mystery tile emblazoned on the asphalt has appeared at the intersection of Southwest 6th Street and South Kansas Avenue in downtown Topeka.
Two people are safe after a fire broke out in a home in south east Topeka Friday night.
A group of up and coming actors put on a performance at Gage Park’s Ampitheatre Friday morning.