Court to hear challenge to dropping Taylor’s name from US Senate ballot Tuesday.
A law enforcement chase of a vehicle ended with a crash and fiery accident in north-central Kansas.
Wichita police say they plan to arrest some of the people who beat up a coach at a junior football league practice.
Part of an effort to make sure students can transfer some credits among all institutions.
Ideas for sustaining the Ogallala Aquifer will be discussed this weekend at the Kansas State Fair.
The University of Kansas will create a task force and require training in response to criticism of its handling of sexual assault complaints…
The court began visiting various communities in 2011.
A potential settlement appears to be in the works on some claims in lawsuits over the May 2013 discovery of genetically engineered Monsanto …
Newton police warn that a rise in the amount of city graffiti could lead to gang fights over turf.
Topeka West and Topeka High School honor 9/11 victims in flag raising ceremonies.
A Kansas City woman is going to prison for embezzling more than $650,000 from the bank where she worked.
Kansas woman has been placed on a year of supervised probation.
Arguments today on whether to uphold ruling that removed a convicted child molester’s name from the state’s offender registry
The CDC says cases have been confirmed in six states: Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky and Missouri.
The latest government forecast on Kansas crop production is painting a far rosier picture than had been anticipated for most fall crops just…
Kobach released an affidavit from Deputy Assistant Secretary of State contradicting a sworn statement from Democrat Chad Taylor.
The suspect was caught on business surveillance cameras during the theft.
Westar Energy has agreed to delay a request for a rate increase related to nuclear power plant upgrades.
As people come to terms with the death of Topeka Police Department Corporal Jason Harwood, some have found a way to remember him, and raise …
K-State is restricting travel of university-sponsored students, faculty and staff to countries affected by the Ebola virus.