Authorities there said a tornado destroyed at least one home and damaged another, while several sheds and outbuildings were also hit.
The Kansas House has rejected a plan for cutting personal income taxes further and setting the state's sales tax at 6 percent in July to pre…
A federal appeals court in Washington has refused to clear a potential obstacle to construction of a coal-fired power plant in southwest Kan…
It’s the start of a project that could change medicines, foods; even improve the health of the country.
As of 4:20 p.m. a rain wrapped tornado was confirmed on the ground near Corning.
Authorities in eastern Kansas say a man who drowned at Melvern Lake over the weekend had been scuba diving.
The Kanrocksas Music Festival has been canceled due to low ticket sales.
Brownback and the Kansas Department of Labor (KDOL) Division of Industrial Safety and Health (ISH) have proclaimed June as “Safety and Aware…
This Friday, May 31,weather permitting, a project will begin to overlay multiple bridge decks along I-470 from 25th St. to I-70 in Topeka.
The Kansas Capital Area Chapter of the American Red Cross is on the scene in Marysville, Kansas to help those affected by the tornado that t…
Topeka Police responded to the Kwik Shop at 1700 SW Topeka Blvd. early this morning at 1:07 in reference to a vehicle striking a pedestrian.
The Kansas Highway Patrol is at the scene of a deadly accident in Ellsworth County
Kansas and federal officials gathered for a ground breaking ceremony for the first phase of a new federal biodefense lab in Manh
Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters announced today that Mary Shannon has joined the mentoring organization to lead the statewide efforts as the…
It's official, the pools are now open just in time for summer.
The Kansas Highway Patrol says two people are dead after a wrong-way collision on Interstate 235 in southwest Wichita.
Several churches collaborate on new exhibit that showcases "Signs of Hope" in Topeka through visual and performing arts. The exhibit opens F…
Motorcycle enthusiasts in Dodge City are hoping to rev up a 100-year-old tradition next year.
Residents of a small northeast Kansas town are planning to build a baseball museum inside an old water tower tank.
The Department of Transportation is about to set work on the bridge at the U.S. 24 and Topeka Blvd. interchange this Thursday.