Kansas State University has received a $13.7 million grant to help increase food supplies in Africa.
Police are looking for a man after they say he robbed a postman.
Brownback has called a special session of the Kansas Legislature for Sept. 3 to rewrite the state’s “Hard 50″ criminal sentencing law.
Legislators and prosecutors seeking a quick rewrite of the Kansas “Hard 50″ law believe they can save the tough penalty in pending murder ca…
Some campers are home again after a national event celebrating Scouting.
The Little Apple continued its week long fair time festivities with a parade in Aggieville last night.
On June 24, 2013, Topeka Police Officers responded to the CD Tradepost at 1717 SE 29th after employees called to report a robbery.
A strike might be in store for Goodyear Union Workers.
Some county officials are asking Kansas lawmakers to clarify whether back taxes on personal property follow the property, or should be asses…
The body of Raleigh Heskett and his van were located in Marion County, Kan.
Topeka Police are still searching for a man this morning after he robbed a payday loan store in southwest Topeka.
The University of Kansas journalism school has received a $1.36 million bequest from the estate of a Kansas couple.
Kansas legislative leaders are preparing to appoint committees to study several issues before lawmakers convene their annual session in Janu…
Emporia State University is celebrating a record year in fundraising, with more than $9.4 million in gifts and pledges during the fiscal yea…
Some Manhattan residents are offended by the city’s plans to renovate an auditorium that also serves as a veterans’ memorial.
Community members in Topeka’s Oakland neighborhood came together Thursday night to develop plans for revitalizing the area.
A Wichita defense attorney says he doesn’t see the need for a special session of the Kansas Legislature to consider rewriting the state’s “H…
Last week, the state took away the license of Topeka Community Healthcare Center due to failing to meet state and federal standards.
A Topeka adult care facility that could shut down in less than two months is in a federal courtroom.
A special session of the Kansas Legislature would cost from $35,000 to $40,000 a day, with lawmakers’ pay making up the bulk of the expense.