Police are investigating the death of a pedestrian who was struck in a hit-and-run accident along a Kansas City highway.
A 19-year-old rural Columbus man has been charged in the shooting death of a 20-year-old man.
A 27-year-old Lawrence woman has been sentenced to about five years in prison for the stabbing death of her boyfriend.
The U.S. EPA informed city officials in 2013 that Pretty Prairie had exceeded the nitrate standard for nearly 20 years and the problem was w…
Two residents of a Topeka care facility were prevented from voting in the Tuesday primary election by a poll worker who didn’t understand th…
For the first time ever, U.S. public schools are projected this fall to have more minority students than non-Hispanic whites enrolled.
A worker has died after being critically injured in an accident at a construction site in the Wichita area.
The lake has been identified as experiencing a toxic blue-green algae bloom for the past several years.
In March President Barack Obama nominated him to serve as the U.S. Marshal for Kansas.
The future of an elementary school in southeast Kansas that closed in May after a year of controversy is still the subject of debate.
Residents in southwest Missouri have dedicated a stone marker commemorating the spot where a 1914 rail crash killed 43 people.
U.S. Rep. Tim Huelskamp faces a stronger opponent November after surviving a revolt in the primary from farmers in his rural district.
Fresh off a convincing win in the Tuesday Primary Election, Kansas 2nd District Congress Woman Lynn Jenkins made another stop in Topeka Frid…
The United States’ top disease detective calls Ebola a “painful, dreadful, merciless virus.”
List grows for August 8-10 weekend.
Urges Congress to pass full Transportation bill.
Union tries to block efforts to sell off company’s fabrication operations.
KDOT announces approved bids for state highway construction and maintenance projects in Kansas.
“Capital is at an all-time high, and our operating results are at record levels,” Kiley said.
The department first said the state could face a $262 million shortfall by July 2016