A Washburn alumnus presented his take on the country’s economic outlook at a breakfast gathering Friday morning.
More than fifty pieces of artwork by Kansas prison inmates is on display at the Statehouse. The works went on display today and will be exhi…
Survivors of domestic abuse and their families displayed their artwork to be auctioned off later this month.
A 30-year-old Topeka man was arrested in connection to a break-in of Lawrence Representative Tom Sloan’s office early Friday.
An additional sponsor means more teams can win money at the end of the challenge.
Family Service & Guidance Center is receiving accolades for its Works of Heart Event and Auction.
MANHATTAN, KAN. – On Friday April 26, 2013, Riley County Police Department will be conducting a Tweet Along to showcase a day in the life …
Police seized an airplane full of marijuana and arrested five people at a northeast Kansas airport
Wyandotte County authorities say a woman is charged with trying to drown her two young daughters.
STILWELL, Kan. (AP) – A worldwide agricultural research company has chosen northeastern Kansas for the headquarters of one of its divisions.…
SALINA, Kan. (AP) – A former cadet leader at a Kansas military school is due in court for a hearing on whether there’s enough evidence to t…
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A promise from Kansas health officials to continue protecting people with AIDS and HIV from being quarantined has resolv…
Non-profit organizations will now have a new place to call home.
The Emporia Area Chamber and Visitors Bureau held a ribbon-cutting this afternoon for the Reading Civic Building.
A Topeka woman has been charged with trying to pick up a seven-pound package of methamphetamine at a post office.
Federal regulators say the Wolf Creek nuclear power plant near Burlington is operating safely except for its oversight of contractors
Officials have closed the campus at Ottawa University after someone found a suspicious package.
One Manhattan man was killed and two others injured in an accident on I-70 near Junction City late Wednesday night.
About one-third of the employees at an Emporia soybean processing plant will be temporarily laid off because of a lack of a crop.
Topeka City Manager Jim Colson hit the speaking circuit over the noon hour on Tuesday.