You can donate all of your treasures to the annual Sale in the Park which will be held on Saturday, September 7, at the Crestview Shelter Ho…
Veterans and their families got to recreate a “Troop Train” as a Labor Day treat at Gage Park yesterday.
Two women who say they owe their lives to a 17-year-old boy who was killed in an ATV accident 14 years ago spent part of the weekend sharing…
People close to the Veterans Memorial in the southeast corner of Gage Park gathered yesterday to remember and honor those who never returned…
A Lawrence man is recovering from injuries in a Topeka hospital following a motorcycle accident near Perry.
The families of two Sedgwick County victims of a 2011 listeria outbreak are suing companies involved in getting tainted cantaloupe to market…
The Kansas Book Festival will take place Saturday, September 7 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Statehouse.
Kansas legislators have opened their special session to address a proposed change to the state’s “Hard 50″ prison sentence
Butler County Sheriff Kelly Herzet says he believes a man suspected of shooting and wounding of one of his deputies might be headed to Liber…
Critics of a Kansas law requiring new voters to provide proof of their U.S. citizenship when registering want legislators to repeal it durin…
Salina police are investigating the theft of more than $1,000 in jet fuel from a fuel business.
Boarding numbers at Garden City Regional Airport continue to fly high
The Spencer Museum of Art is planning an exhibit by James Turrell, who’s a sensation in the art world this year.
Bestselling author James Patterson has given $48,000 to pay for scholarships for Emporia State University teaching students.
A presentation on the recently excavated Kanza Indian village near Topeka is planned this week.
Brownback’s chief counsel faces questions from state senators ahead of a committee vote on his nomination to the Kansas Court of Appeals.
Kansas House members are preparing to debate a bill that would change the state’s “Hard 50″ criminal sentencing law.
The Kansas State Fair is preparing for its 100th opening day.
Brownback’s nominee for the Kansas Court of Appeals encouraged “forcible resistance” to try to save the life of Terri Schiavo.
The unofficial end to summer. Labor Day Weekend marks what many consider to be the last hurrah of the season.