Today is National Agriculture Day, a time for to recognize and celebrate the abundance provided by agriculture. John Floros.
They’ve been a rocky first few days of Spring and landscapers are among the most frustrated.
The center says visitors from 113 Kansas communities and more than 20 states stopped by last week.
While the snow does not make for good bike riding conditions, the Topeka City Council could be changing the speed that bicyclists can go on …
Jermaine Thomas Brown, 25, is charged in connection to Topeka woman’s death in 2012.
Gas prices are down in the Capitol City for the first full week of spring.
A man wanted for a violation of the Offender Registration Act is today’s Northeast Kansas Most Wanted.
The “Wittenberg Road Bridge” will close Monday for reconstruction.
The Horton community took up some spring cleaning over the weekend.
A shooting over the weekend put a person in the hospital and one in jail.
Tensions between some Kansas lawmakers and the University of Kansas continue to factor into negotiations over the higher education budget.
The Kansas Lottery is encouraging players to check their Powerball tickets! One ticket, sold in northeast Kansas for the March 22 drawing, i…
A woman is expected to survive after a serious car accident in Shawnee County.
The University of Kansas says four finalists for vice provost for diversity and equity are scheduled to give public presentations.
When Jesse Stolle was born, his odds of living past infancy were 50/50.
The Wichita State Shockers lost to the Kentucky Wildcats 78-76 on Sunday in St. Louis.
The Kansas Jayhawks lost to the Stanford Cardinal 60-57 on Sunday in St. Louis.
The Topeka RoadRunners retired Peter Halash’s #21 jersey prior to their match up with the Springfield Jr. Blues on Saturday night.
The Emporia State Hornets lost game one, 3-1, and won game two, 3-2 against Nebraska-Kearney on Saturday.
Three Jayhawks recorded double-doubles including a career-high performance from Jamari Traylor off the bench.
Lyon County Fire Officials are still putting out hot spots after a near 5,000 acre grass fire.
A bill barring telemarketers from calling your cell phone is just the governor’s signature away from becoming Kansas law.
The manager of a sports bar in one of a dozen dry Kansas counties has begun a campaign to allow sales of liquor by the drink.
The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office have arrested two suspects for the Robbery at Goppert State Bank in Pamona on Wednesday.
One person was killed in a rollover accident in Duluth.