A judge upheld a $2.6 million judgment awarded to a Kansas tourist whose skull was fractured when she was run over by a truck driven by a li…
A Kansas man with more than 50 prior felony convictions has been sentenced to more than seven years in prison for a series of recent crimes …
The latest government snapshot says dryland crops in Kansas that missed the recent rain are showing signs of stress.
Police are investigating the theft of vehicles and tools from a City of Wichita facility.
Topeka is still on the lookout for one of the dogs that attacked some school children Monday morning.
Two people were killed Monday night in a multiple vehicle crash in Leavenworth county.
A preview of the Mid-East League’s St. Marys Bears as they prepare for the upcoming 2014 football season.
City proposes raising fees for both
A woman wanted for 12 counts of forgery and one count of theft is Monday’s Northeast Kansas Most Wanted.
A registered sex offender from southwest Kansas has pleaded guilty to a federal charge of possessing child pornography.
The Kansas Department of Labor says the state’s unemployment rate and the number of private-sector jobs both edged higher in July.
Two stars from one of the most popular network comedy series are headed to the Little Apple.
U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts says drug cartels are enticing Central American immigrants to come to the United States to work for their operations h…
A memorial fund has been set up for the children of a Reno County jail deputy and his wife who died in a motorcycle crash during the weekend…
Gov. Sam Brownback is campaigning on his administration’s efforts to fight against what he calls federal government overreach.
President John Bardo says if the project is completed, the size of the campus would increase by about 50 percent.
Lawrence has a provision in its city smoking ordinance that directs the fire department to enforce a 2010 statewide smoking ban.
Kansas City, Kansas, police say an officer shot and wounded a man suspected of being involved in a homicide last week.
Kansas’ commissioner, Sandy Praeger, a Republican, said the jury is out on whether some insurers are back to shunning the sick.
The Kansas congressional delegation will be taking the stage at the annual convention of the Kansas Independent Oil and Gas Association.