A children's technology expert trained a group of lower elementary school teachers on newer, innovative ways to teach today.
A northeast Kansas sheriff wants to know who dumped a small alligator in a lake, where it was spotted by fishermen.
Forward Michael Beasley, who vowed when he joined the Phoenix Suns a year ago that his marijuana problems were in the past, has been arreste…
Schmidt says he's working with local prosecutors to draft a consensus proposal for repairing a state law that allows convicted murderers to …
Brownback has not only set the opening date and time for a special session of the Kansas Legislature
More wet weather is on the way for drenched Kansas counties where swollen rivers are raising new flooding fears.
It's officially against the law to be nude in public in Hutchinson.
The Kansas Red Cross is continuing its relief efforts to flood victims across the state, and bracing for more rain later this week.
Spirit AeroSystems Holdings says it plans to shed its operations in Oklahoma and postpone filing its second-quarter earnings report.
A Kansas agency has awarded $2 million for development of 16 recreational trails projects, including a route through the Flint Hills region.
Geary County Commissioners are working to increase the budget for next year by nearly 2%.
A Topeka man says he’s having issues getting medical equipment with his KanCare coverage.
Recent rains didn't do any favors for a trucker at the Shoofly Detour along U.S. 24 early this morning.
A sinkhole estimated to be about 90 feet deep is drawing so many curiosity seekers to western Kansas that the landowner is pleading for peop…
An inmate who escaped from the Hutchinson Correctional Facility on Saturday has turned himself into authorities Tuesday morning.
Kansas State fans have a new, comfortable way to show their support for the university.
Another round of strong storms took down power trees and trees in central Kansas as residents keep a worried watch on swollen waterways.
A man accused of making secret video recordings of people undressing in downtown Lawrence stores will be back in court in September to hear …
Republicans will dominate the Kansas Legislature's new joint committee examining the state's "Hard 50" criminal sentencing law, in keeping w…
Kansas legislative leaders have appointed a joint committee to review Attorney General Derek Schmidt's proposal for revising the state's "Ha…