The cubs are still on track to make their debut to the public around the first week of August.
The highest Kansas gas prices in six years are not putting a damper on holiday travel.
Kobach says news of the permit issue was overblown.
The Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office responded to a burglary in-progress call at a residence Thursday morning.
The Kansas State Board of Education has begun the search for a successor to state Education Commissioner Diane DeBacker.
The store employees evacuated the business and phoned the police.
Elder abuse is a growing problem in the state.
If you have some input for Topeka city leaders, you can let them know without even leaving your home.
Despite the threat by the state’s largest teachers union it will take the plan to court.
Another highly anticipated attraction, SteelHawk at Kansas City, Missouri’s Worlds of Fun, also hasn’t opened. It was to be ready May 24.
A long time resident of Aldersgate Village in Topeka celebrated a milestone Wednesday.
It’s a sign of the season – campaigning to support your favorite political candidate.
Wednesday’s 9-1 vote during a brief special meeting was necessary for implementing a new law that takes effect July 1.
KDOT reports that all lanes of northbound U.S. Highway 75 from the U.S. 56 junction in Osage County to Topeka Boulevard is now open to traff…
The university says the gift will go toward renovating and expanding the Seaton Complex at the College of Architecture, Planning & Design.
The committee also discussed budgets for specific departments like the health fund.
The Sheriff’s Office is again asking for information on the death of George Winter.
New developments into Sunday’s shooting of a Lawrence man by a Lawrence police officer have surfaced.
The memorial will take place Monday afternoon at Falley Field at 4 p.m.
Commissioners said they could repeal the ordinance because they believe allowing concealed knives puts Lawrence citizens at risk.