Topeka and Shawnee County are one step closer to a safer and more attractive riverfront.
A man being pursued for child support by the state in a sperm donor case is asking a judge to rule in his favor before a trial.
Back to school is still a ways out but a schedule change for the 501 District has volunteers already planning for a new routine.
The summer months are a great time to travel and take a break but because of that, blood banks around the country are struggling when it com…
A federal judge has awarded a couple $202,500 in a dispute over a dam that was once part of Hutchinson’s flood-control program.
Topeka native Haley Erbert is in the Top 14 on Fox’s “So You Think You Can Dance.”
An Oklahoma-based Indian tribe has purchased 87 acres near Lawrence but has not yet announced any plans for the land.
A storm carrying large hail and winds up to 80 mph damaged roofs, broke windows and downed trees in parts of south-central Kansas.
Arkansas City police are investigating the death of a 2-year-old boy who was found unresponsive at an apartment over the weekend.
Sedgwick County deputies are investigating the death of a man whose body was found in a residential pool.
A Wichita woman whose young daughter was fatally burned in a fire while home alone with her sisters has been charged with child endangerment…
A Kansas legislative committee has launched an audit into potential problems in the state’s delivery of services to the developmentally disa…
Pennsylvania has become the 31st state to recognize Kansas permits for carrying concealed firearms.
A Kansas State University researcher is studying why southwest Kansas, instead of more populated areas, has become a new gateway for Hispani…
Jeremy Ruzas was arrested in February after a 19-year-old Kansas student reported she had been assaulted in her room at Oliver Hall.
A Kansas legislator who opposes capital punishment won’t get the study he wants of the costs of the death penalty.
A 21 year old Maple Hill man was arrested in connection to a recent burglary of an elementary school.
The school year could start later than planned in a south-central Kansas district after a powerful storm caused extensive damage to two buil…
Kansas City police say a water department employee died when a sewer line he was working on exploded and filled with sewage.
Opponents of a coal-fired power plant planned for southwest Kansas say developers still face obstacles in completing the project despite leg…