It was a big watch day for Kansas sports fans, because the Chiefs and Royals have been stepping up their game this year.
The Kansas City Chiefs hang on and beat the Dallas Cowboys at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday 17-16.
(Topeka Police Department) – On September 14, 2013 the Topeka Police Department conducted a sobriety check lane in the 200-300 block of SW Gage,… More »
(Topeka Police Department) – On September 15, 2013, shortly before 1:40 a.m., Topeka Police officers responded to 3203 SW 10th at the Dutch Goose… More »
Kansas lawmakers expect a lively debate next year on whether to revisit the state’s penalties for murder.
A mans childhood dream comes true. The first Kansas built submarine was launched at Milford Lake today.
A cement block from the wreckage at Ground Zero will not be placed in Topeka as originally planned, and now it’s the center of a legal battle.
Saturday brought good weather and jazz to Holton for the second annual Jazz on the Holton Square festival.
A University of Kansas fraternity has agreed to pay a $5,000 fine and complete 1,000 extra hours of community service to settle an animal abuse case.
Officers are trying to find the person who tried to take an air conditioning unit from a local business.
A judge has ruled that he can’t impose the state’s “Hard 50″ sentence against a Wichita man convicted of stomping his girlfriend to death.
Week two of action across the state of Kansas brings plenty of excitement. See all of the scores and highlights on the Football Frenzy.
At approximately 4:00 p.m. on Friday, September 13, 2013 as a result of the ongoing investigation into the death of John Burroughs, 68, of Manhattan, Kansas, the Riley County Police Department Investigations Division with the Junction City Police Department arrested Anthony Stephen Nichols.
A Topeka man faces sentencing in December after pleading guilty to bank fraud in connection with plans to build an apartment complex in Junction City.
A suspicious package was found on a police car on the west side of the building.
Friday the 13th is often thought of a day for bad luck…but today is anything but for those receiving the benefits of an annual event in Topeka.
Just two days after the 12th Anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks, artifacts from “Ground Zero” are in Northeast Kansas.