prisonart

Prison art on display at Statehouse

More than fifty pieces of artwork by Kansas prison inmates is on display at the Statehouse. The works went on display today and will be exhi…

A section of Rep. Tom Sloan's office window is boarded up after a Topeka man allegedly broke through it early Friday.

Legislator’s office broken into

A 30-year-old Topeka man was arrested in connection to a break-in of Lawrence Representative Tom Sloan’s office early Friday.

Robbery suspect shot himself

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Sedgwick County authorities say a man who died after an attempted robbery shot himself in the head.

Wolf Creek

Wolf Creek findings to be discussed

Federal regulators say the Wolf Creek nuclear power plant near Burlington is operating safely except for its oversight of contractors

Suspicious Package

Building evacuated

Officials have closed the campus at Ottawa University after someone found a suspicious package.

I-70-Accident

I-70 chase ends in fatality

One Manhattan man was killed and two others injured in an accident on I-70 near Junction City late Wednesday night.

Job Cuts

Emporia plant layoff starts May 1

About one-third of the employees at an Emporia soybean processing plant will be temporarily laid off because of a lack of a crop.

Plan for $1.5B in pension bonds stalls

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Legislation authorizing $1.5 billion in bonds to bolster the Kansas pension system for teachers and government workers h…

Kansas State Wildcats

Kansas State uncertain

Some students are wondering how they’re going to pay for classes next semester.

Wolgast Win

Larry Wolgast wins

Larry Wolgast outdistances challenger Michael Ogle for Topeka Mayor.

Clint Boyer

Bowyer lands Gander Mountain sponsorship

A national outdoors retailer calling for responsible gun ownership will sponsor Clint Bowyer’s car for the NASCAR Sprint Cup NRA 500 in Texa…

Kansas Capital

Gun bill nears passage

Kansas lawmakers are close to finishing work on gun-rights measures representing the Republican-dominated Legislature’s response to the fata…

Kansas Capital

Bill bars wage rules

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The Kansas Senate has given first-round approval to a bill barring cities and counties from requiring their contractors …