The snow was a welcome sight to students in Manhattan. They used the snow day as an excuse to turn a Tuesday afternoon into a weekend.
State officials say that Kansas residents weathered the snowstorm that dropped more than a foot of snow in some areas, though the danger fro…
A Kansas House committee has approved a bill aimed at protecting individuals, groups and businesses that refuse for religious reasons to rec…
On Wednesday February 5, shortly after 6 p.m. officers arrested John Zollicoffer, age 52 of Topeka
People in Eskridge are singing the praises of their plow crews after they got 16 inches of snow.
The Emporia City Commission approved tax abatement incentives for Hostess Brands planned expansion of the company’s plant.
Visitors to the Kansas Statehouse can once again make the long climb to see the sights from the dome
A look at how the City of Topeka clears roadways after a snow storm and which streets take priority.
Fire crews were able to quickly put out a blaze in central Topeka.
Accidents behind the wheel are lower than past snow storms, giving AAA tow truck operators a pleasantly slow shift.
Some reporting delays will be in effect for Fort Riley in the wake of a major winter storm that hit the region this week.
No plow, no bus ride to and from school for USD 437 students Thursday.
Westar Energy is installing solar panels at three sites in the state.
A diesel spill that closed part of I-70 Tuesday night – is all cleaned up.
Amazing sky photos from early morning February 5.
Brownback says state government offices will resume normal operating hours Thursday after being closed for two days because of a winter stor…
The National Weather Service said snowfall totals included 9 inches in Wichita and more than a foot in Topeka and surrounding cities.
The Kansas Highway Patrol has reported a third fatality as a result of the recent winter storm which moved into Kansas early Tuesday morning…
Hundreds of residents are seeking shelter at the Topeka Rescue Mission from brutal winter weather, with more cold days and nights ahead.
Kansas Department for Children and Families’ clients are urged to apply online while service centers are closed.