The lower temperatures the next few days mean some relief for local gardeners.
Junction City police are investigating after a man was run over by a truck. It happened in the area of 24 Riley Manor. Officers were dispatc…
Cristina Frank made her goat milking debut Saturday.
Former Kansas basketball star Ben McLemore returned to Lawrence to put on a charity dunk contest.
The Kansas City Royals rallied from a five-run deficit to extend their winning streak to five games on Saturday night.
The 41st Kansas Shrine Bowl was close into the second half until the West squad pulled away on Saturday night.
Sporting Kansas City fell behind early, but battled back to beat Toronto FC on Saturday night.
When you think of fishing and kayaking, you probably do not think of therapy. But there is a group of veterans who call it triple therapy, w…
Kyle Fitch, 22, of Manhattan reported that military equipment was taken from his vehicle which was parked and unattended at his home in the …
Recalled fruits include fresh plums, peaches, nectarines, and pluots, according to Wawona packing Company, a California company that institu…
There was a celebration in Topeka Friday, all for a nearly a quarter of a century of a landmark disability rights law.
Police have identified the victim in Saturday morning's fatal accident.
The subject was transported by ambulance to the emergency room at the Geary Community Hospital. The subject received treatment for his injur…
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The Kansas Fire Marshall and Arson dog were called to investigate and late Friday morning, a battalion chief labeled the fire as suspicious.
The case went cold for years until authorities linked a fingerprint found on the victim's car to Grey.
KDOT reports that the ramp is now open to all traffic and the incident has been cleared.
A Manhattan resident reported that military equipment was taken from his vehicle which was parked and unattended at his home.
The employees sued in May 2012 after they were fired from the department.