Advocates for the more than 5,600 Kansas children in the state’s foster care system have scheduled an event to highlight the needs of foster children.
The days are dwindling for Kansas legislators and a looming budget decision is whether or not to approve more funding for the construction of the National Bio-Agro Defense facility in Manhattan.
Kansas officials say most criminal records are kept away from the public to protect people accused of crimes and prevent information from getting out that could endanger prosecutions.
Franklin County Sheriff Jeff Richards said early Sunday that remains believed to be those of Lana Leigh Bailey – who had been presumed dead – were found Saturday in Osage County in eastern Kansas.
A USDA surprise inspection at the Topeka Zoo finds half a dozen non-complaint items.
Police are able to release the name of the victim of the shooting.
Its hunting season for fans of the popular morel mushrooms and a McLouth man found one growing in a jar.
It happened just after 7:30pm Friday at the Ramada West on south west Fairlawn.
The City of Topeka plans to appeal at least one result of the inspection.
All three inmates who escaped from a northeast Kansas prison Friday morning are back at Lansing Correctional Facility. Randy Ridens, Sr., was arrested Friday night at a Topeka home.
A 12-year-old girl from Washburn Rural Middle School is in the hospital tonight after getting hit by a car Monday afternoon.
The Shawnee County Parks And Recreation Department sold tulip bulbs from this year’s Tulip Time Festival.
Nearly 150 air traffic control towers nationwide, including 2 in the Topeka area, will be staying open for a few more months.
A children’s advocacy group has gone to court to force the Kansas attorney general’s office to disclose information about how much the state can expect to receive in tobacco settlement funds.
The Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office is investigation the theft of 2 pickup trucks from the area of Bluebird Road, North of highway 24.
A little after 3 this afternoon a school bus carrying seven children hit a trailer.
Crews on foot, horseback and all-terrain vehicles resumed their search for an 18-month-old girl who is presumed dead after the bodies of her mother and two men were found at an eastern Kansas farm.