A conservative Republican state senator from northeast Kansas is launching an exploratory committee to consider challenging incumbent Sen. P…
Federal food safety officials say ground beef recalled by a Detroit business may have been sent to stores in 10 states.
The family of a Topeka woman who died in a natural gas explosion will receive about $323,000 of a $709,000 settlement.
It turns out local arts are bringing in 20 million dollars to Topeka.
Kansas U.S. Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins will have some competition on the November ballot.
If you're spending this holiday weekend outdoors, be extra careful of ticks.
The First National Bank of Wamego will soon have a new name.
Services have been set for a teen who died just a day after his high school graduation.
A 19-year-old accused of killing a Topeka and Lawrence businessman in January says she "wanted to know what it felt like".
A man who was shot and wounded by police during a confrontation at a Manhattan motel pleaded no contest to three charges.
The Kansas Corporation Commission has approved a Westar Energy rate increase to help pay for environmental projects.
The public is invited to the annual summer tour of the University of Kansas Native Medicinal Plant Research Garden at 10 a.m. Saturday, May …
A national association of journalism educators wants the Kansas Board of Regents to reverse the social media policy it finalized earlier thi…
Starting Memorial Day proceeding through Labor Day, the Kansas Turnpike Authority, partnered with State Farm, will be providing assistance t…
Memorial Day can be considered the un-official start of summer and that means pool season is right around the corner but a shortage of lifeg…
Cable company Cox Communications says it plans to boost Internet download speeds to 1 gigabit per second starting in 3 cities.
The Emporia Gazette reports two injury accidents Thursday afternoon.
Public health advisories, warnings concerning blue-green algae in Kansas waters
People in the small town of Denison are demanding a recall election for the city's mayor.
AG Schmidt launches new online video training series for Gang Free Kansas