A Kansas man pleaded guilty Monday to helping to rob a Franklin County Bank.
The Riley County Police Department filed a report for burglary in the 400 block of 14th Street in Ogden.
This investigation is ongoing; however it involves a 66-year-old male who has paid a 20-year-old male US currency, in order to perform sexua…
The Kansas Board of Pharmacy wants an ingredient used in prescription cough syrup to be tracked by the state because it’s being abused.
Starting Monday, a project will begin to repair and overlay the bridges located on I-70 over Keene Road (one mile east of K-30) and over Hud…
Kansas State University says it received $212 million in gifts and commitments for the fiscal year that ended June 30.
One year ago, a Topeka girl was hit by a car, Doctors told her and her family that part of her leg had to be amputated.
A new report says increased enrollment in Kansas schools is being driven by births in the Hispanic population.
It’s called a hot car challenge. People sit in hot cars then record themselves and put it on YouTube.
The state is now distributing about 20,000 tax refunds that were frozen for two weeks at the end of the last fiscal year.
One Kansas parent has reached a deal to avoid trial for stealing thousands of dollars from a Topeka elementary school’s parent-teacher organ…
The Rossville Rattlers beat the Baldwin City Blues 11-8 in 10 innings in Sunday night’s regular-season finale.
The Kansas City Royals beat the Detroit Tigers 5-2 on Sunday afternoon.
Germany beat Argentina 1-0 with a goal in the 113th minute to win the World Cup on Sunday.
Brad Keselowski cruised into ‘Victory Lane’ in New Hampshire on Sunday afternoon.
A mosquito-borne illness that a top Kansas State University researcher says can knock people down for weeks or months at a time has come to …
A national gun control group is trying to bolster its legal and public case against a Kansas law challenging federal firearms regulations by…
Former Kansas Jayhawk safety, and current San Diego Charger Darrell Stuckey returned to Lawrence to host a kid’s camp on Saturday.
The Santa Fe Trail Chargers alumni squad beat the Perry-Lecompton alumni squad 10-0 on Saturday night.
Riley County Police officers and Manhattan Fire Fighters engaged in a bit of friendly competition Saturday, all for a good cause.