The Kansas Lottery will set a new record for the amount of money transferred to the State in a single year.
Topeka Police are currently investigating a suspicious package at the Law Enforcement Center.
Planned Parenthood is seeking a federal court order to block Kansas from enforcing parts of a new, sweeping anti-abortion law.
The trial for a former Fort Riley soldier charged with killing a Kansas National Guard member on New Year's Day in 2012 has been delayed for…
A former middle school counselor in Salina has pleaded not guilty to having sex with a boy younger than 14.
Outgoing Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger admits she no longer fits into the state Republican party she has served for most of he…
The Wabaunsee County Sheriff's Office is investigating a break-in of the Mill Creek Valley Grade School in Maple Hill, Kan.
Fidelity Banks will be closed today from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. for Edith's funeral.
Three Kansas community colleges have created an insurance consortium in response to higher insurance rates and new laws that allow weapons o…
A 13-year-old suburban Kansas City boy is dead after he was hit by a truck while trying to cross Interstate 35 with friends.
As the rural forestry coordinator for the Kansas Forest Service, Bob Atchison has a broad perspective toward the state’s 5.2 million acres o…
Tenured University of Kansas professors soon will begin facing periodic reviews.
A convicted child sex predator from central Kansas will soon learn how much he must pay the 9-year-old girl he used to produce pornography.
A federal judge is scheduled to get an update on the prosecution of a Kansas doctor charged with illegally dispensing prescription drugs.
A motorcycle driver is alive after spending nearly nine hours stuck in a ditch Saturday night.
Kansas prison leaders are sticking with their current security systems, despite 8 inmates escaping from the same prison over the last three …
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 confiden…
Higher education officials in Kansas argue that public universities and colleges are crucial to economic growth.