Over 500 students committed to a higher education at Washburn Tech this morning.
Kansas First News Political Analyst Dr. Bob Beatty tells us more about Kansas Election 2014 story.
A bill that would have eased some restrictions on spanking will not get a hearing by a Kansas House committee.
The Amber Alert issued Tuesday night was broadcast in multiple states through radio, television and cell phones.
A Douglas County judge has raised the bond for a 34-year-old Lawrence man accused of attempted murder on Valentines Day.
Strong winds from the north and a narrow band of sleet have caused numerous wrecks on I-70 west of Topeka between Manhattan and Junction City and has made travel extremely difficult.
Citizens interested in commenting or providing input on the City’s form of government are invited to attend one of the two public meetings sponsored by the City of Topeka’s Citizen Government Review Committee.
A new atlas published by the Kansas Biological Survey provides information about the health of nearly 80 lakes and reservoirs around the state.
When you get on a Topeka Metro bus on Monday, you’ll notice a change in the fare box.
Parents in Northeast Kansas say the news of a 10-year-old Missouri girl who was abducted and murdered hits close to home.