The owner of a Topeka property slated for demolition calls the city bullies. The city in turn is calling him a liar.
The Federal Communications Commission is struggling over how to regulate the internet.
But will people use it?
Nearly 100 professional golfers are in Northeast Kansas to compete in the Firekeeper Classic.
Police arrived on scene and found that a hotel patron struck an employee in the face after being asked to leave.
The campaign co-chairs presented a giant check for $11,052.65 to the American Cancer Society Relay for Life Specialist.
Measles cases have been rare in the U.S. since indigenous measles were declared eliminated in the country in 2000.
Jesse is the oldest living Reticulated Giraffe living in a North American zoo.
A Kansas legislative committee is asking the state's education department to reconsider a plan to fingerprint public school teachers.
Ryan Goodman of Lee's Summit died in November 2009 in a mechanical accident.
The national average stands at $3.61 per gallon.
Salina police responding to a reported assault found the suspect hiding in a dog kennel.
Four players, as well as an entire team, were inducted into the Shawnee County Baseball Hall of Fame on Monday evening.
The Hispanic student population has grown 400% in the past 20 years.
The rewarding job of being a movie extra.
Find out who may have gotten benefits – but shouldn't have.
Little girl found unharmed.
A man wanted for a stolen firearm violation is Monday night's Northeast Kansas Most Wanted.
The vehicle police are looking for is a red late 90's Ford F-150.
A Manhattan man was arrested on a possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana and possession of narcotic drug offenses.