The Kansas Jayhawks held their annual football spring game inside Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Easter came a little early at the Governor’s Mansion Saturday morning. Governor Sam Brownback and First Lady Mary Brownback hosted children …
Tulips are blooming in Wamego for the 27th annual Tulip Festival.
Spring is officially here, Saturday was the first day for the Downtown Topeka Farmers Market. More than fifty vendors from Topeka and across…
The Minnesota Twins used a 5-run 4th inning to run away from Friday night’s contest against the Kansas City Royals.
The latest school funding bill has Geary County Schools slated to gain $3.8 million in spending power, but the financial coordinator at the …
Emporia State and defending national champion Central Oklahoma split a doubleheader on Friday evening.
The Kansas Highway Patrol says 18-year-old Emma Jo Pisocki and her father, 41-year-old Jason Pisocki, both from Topeka, were killed when the…
A 58-year-old man was life-flighted to a Kansas City hospital after being stabbed Friday morning.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office says a 68 year-old Lawrence woman died after an early morning wreck on U.S. Highway 56.
Two popular attractions at Gage Park have opened for the season.
An event at the statehouse this morning aimed to bring attention to child abuse.
Recognition highlights work completed on Fort Riley historic homes.
MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) – State and local officials are gathering in Manhattan to discuss water needs in Kansas and begin developing a 50-year …
Former U.S. Sen. Bob Dole is coming home to Kansas to visit the Dole Institute of Politics at the University of Kansas later this month.
List of changes to Ft. Riley in “Campaign Plan 2020″: 2014 -Open Sexual Assault Response and Prevention Center – Approval of Kansas national…
An act of vandalism at Manhattan Christian College is under investigation by Riley County Police.
Private fundraising is being considered for renovations planned for the Peace Auditorium in Manhattan.
Topeka Public Schools could see a nearly $2 million increase in their spending power if the school funding bill is signed into law.
Some big change are coming to the Capital City – that’s what the new executive director of Heartland Visioning, John Hunter, is promising.