Kansas must spend more money on its public schools, the state Supreme Court ruled Friday.
Here are five things to know about the case:
City officials, emergency response teams and business owners are preparing for tougher travel once construction begins on a Southwest Topeka…
The Kansas Highway Patrol was on the scene of a rollover accident just before 10 this morning.
A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for a man accused of killing a 50 year old Topeka man in 2011.
Four prominent business leaders were honored at Thursday night’s Topeka Business Hall of Fame.
The Supreme Court today issued its unanimous opinion in a dispute over K-12 public education financing.
The 2014 Paralymic Winter Games is having its opening ceremony today.
More than two decades after a cookbook was checked out of a Kansas library, it’s just now been returned.
A surprise move in a House Committee Thursday on a bill that would allow the sale of full strength beer, wine and liquor in grocery stores.
Area schools are adjusting their schedules because of last month’s 13 inch snowfall that closed down schools.
Crime Stoppers needs your help in identifying someone who used a fraudulent credit card.
A northeast Kansas man has been found guilty of killing a woman to keep her from providing information to federal law enforcement officers a…
Kansas legislators are finished considering new legal protections this year for those who opposing gay marriage on religious grounds.
Helping Hands Humane Society has selected Richard (Dick) Kline as the new Executive Director effective March 24, 2014.
A new study from a University of Kansas researcher confirms that Kansas is not the flattest state.
One Northeast Kansas town is coming together to reinvent their downtown.
Topeka’s newest restaurant will open on St. Patrick’s Day.
There’s a battle brewing over a bill that would require background checks for people working to help others gin up for health insurance thro…
The Humane Society tries to help animals once Shawnee County Animal Control brings them to it’s facility.
Kansas lawmakers are looking into how the state provides funding to school districts for students identified as being at risk of failure.
Fort Riley is using new technology to better train its soldiers on a lower budget.
We now have the results of an internal investigation into animal abuse at the circus.
A House committee has heard concerns about the Kansas death penalty sentence and a proposal to limit the time for defendants to appeal their…
A woman wanted on burglary charges is today’s Northeast Kansas Most Wanted.