Thirty-two Kansas mayors have signed a letter urging the state’s congressional delegation to support immigration reform efforts.
A man wanted for Aggravated Assault with a deadly weapon is today’s Northeast Kansas Most Wanted.
No serious injuries were reported in an accident involving a train and a semi-tractor trailer rig near Heartland Park this morning.
Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins will be holding a listening session as part of her Congress to Kansas Tour today.
Shortly after 7 last night, officers made two arrests in connection with the July 27, 2013 robbery and stabbing of Brett Sterbach, 18 of Sha…
The Metropolitan Topeka Airport Authority has authorized a Mill Levy increase of 67.5 percent.
The Kansas State Board of Education wants prosecutors to do a better job reporting felony convictions so problem teachers can be weeded from…
All is well with Topeka native Hayley Erbert, she’s starting the day as a top 8 contestant on Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance.
No serious injuries were reported this morning after a school bus and vehicle collided at Huntoon and Fairlawn.
Topeka police are investigating why a Topeka gas station was struck by gunfire last night.
The University of Kansas has demolished its nearly century-old University Relations building on the far northeast end of campus.
A south-central Kansas house is being sold where BTK serial killer Dennis Rader killed one of his victims.
Doctors at the Washington University and Barnes-Jewish Transplant Center in St. Louis are marking a milestone.
The owner of Asian massage parlors in Wichita has asked a federal judge to release him from prison while awaiting trial on charges of recrui…
The Kansas Board of Regents wants an in-depth study of a new law that loosens restrictions on carrying concealed weapons into public buildin…
The Kansas Department of Transportation says it spent more than $18.5 million clearing and salting highways during the past winter.
It was a 6 to 2 vote Tuesday night by the city council allowing the demolition of the Harrison Church located at 1600 Southwest Harrison str…
Workers at Dodge City’s Boot Hill Museum were scrambling to repair the damage after thunderstorms packing high winds tore through the southw…
As students head back to the classroom for the start of the schools year, State Board of Education members want to make that environment saf…
Two Marysville lifeguards got a big honor Tuesday morning, when the Kansas Area Chapter of the American Red Cross gave them a special award.
Twenty-six new faculty members have joined Washburn University.
A former manager of wastewater facilities for the city of Hays, Kan., has been charged with violating the Clean Water Act
Staff at the Blue Moose on Wanamaker sold small American flags to customers to raise $2800 for ‘Folds Of Honor’.
The Kansas Department Of Health And Environment has issued a boil water advisory in areas of Lyon County.
The Kansas Board of Education has yanked the licenses of six teachers, including four convicted of sex crimes.