Former Kansas football players James Sims and Aslam Sterling signed free agrent contracts with NFL teams on Saturday.
The Emporia State Lady Hornets won two games on Saturday to advance to Sunday's NCAA Regional Championship Game.
A man has died from his injuries following an accident in Jefferson County Saturday night.
The Emporia State Hornets won the MIAA Tournament on Saturday afternoon in Springfield, Missouri.
Pierre Desir, who played at Washburn for two seasons before transferring to Lindenwood, was selected in the 4th round of the 2014 NFL Draft …
Former Kansas State offensive lineman Tavon Rooks was drafted in the 6th round of the 2014 NFL Draft by the New Orleans Saints.
The Kansas Jayhawks knocked off the West Virginia Mountaineers 5-2 on Saturday afternoon.
Topeka native Gary Woodland shot a two-under round of 70 in the third round of The Players Championship.
Pet owners and emergency response teams learned how to prepare their pets for a disaster Sunday.
Heartland Park was host to a very special event Saturday morning and people who went were there for one reason, and one reason only.
The capital murder retrial of Phillip D. Cheatham Jr. has been scheduled to begin in early January.
Gov. Brownback has signed legislation declaring that the federal government has no authority to regulate prairie chickens in Kansas to prote…
The Kansas Jayhawks used a three-run bottom of the 8th inning to beat the West Virginia Mountaineers 5-3 on Friday night.
The Kansas City Chiefs have drafted Rice defensive back Phillip Gaines with the 87th overall pick in the third round of the 2014 NFL Draft
The Emporia State Hornets baseball team has advanced to the MIAA Championship game after winning a pair of games on Friday afternoon.
A month after his arrest, Topeka's district two councilman has resigned from office.
Four people were reported to be injured in a Friday afternoon accident in Manhattan.
A Lawrence man has been convicted of raping a University of Kansas student 17 years ago.
A University of Kansas alum and Topeka native is giving back to the university.
Storm Track Meteorologist Tom Hagen and Kansas First News Anchor Natalie Davis had the pleasure of emceeing the night.