A Branson attraction will end a 54-year run this month when "The Shepherd of the Hills" is performed for the last time this month.
A veteran Kansas Department of Corrections employee has been named director of the agency's community corrections services.
Topeka residents appear to be having considerable trouble this year keeping their lawns mowed and weeds controlled in periods of wet weather…
Crews pulled out a car out of Lake Shawnee as divers continue looking for evidence in a 2012 murder.
More than 100 current and former University of Kansas faculty and staff are publicly affirming the free-speech rights of a professor
Today is World Reading Day, A Day that encourages adults and kids to turn off their electronics and enjoy a book.
Social Media is playing a big role in the search for the husband of a Kansas State University professor who has been missing since the begin…
Storm Track Meteorologist Kyle Borchert tells us how this could interfere with our home computers and even cell phones.
Services have been curtailed, including the closing of post commissaries as the partial federal government shutdown takes effect at Kansas m…
The ex-wife of the sniper who terrorized the Washington, D.C., area more than a decade ago is talking about domestic violence at Fort Riley.
City Manager Jim Colson announces the elimination of three Public Works positions.
A Kansas Department of Corrections official says it has plans for adding space for 640 inmates at the state's maximum-security prison outsid…
People in Manhattan may start paying more at the municipal court.
The Kansas University Endowment provided the University of Kansas with nearly $120 million in the fiscal year that ended June 30.
The federal government shutdown has hit Kansas, where signs have been posted at Farm Service Agency offices around the state saying the offi…
The Kansas Supreme Court has appointed a new judge to lead the 10th Judicial District.
Only minor injuries were reported after a Wednesday morning accident in south Topeka.
An Ottawa man will serve most of his more than four-year sentence for accidentally shooting a 4-year-old boy on probation.
Divers who searched a lake found no evidence in the death of a Topeka developer.
A Kansas legislative committee plans to meet next week to review issues arising from this year's overhaul of the state's Medicaid program.