An 83-year-old Lawrence resident is heading to Washington to see national war memorials, thanks to the Honor Flights Network.
Theresa Vail's job has included a lot of cameras and fashionable clothing since she won the Miss Kansas crown last year.
Nursing homes traditionally have run more like hospitals than homes, but a growing number around Topeka are changing business as usual.
There's some controversy surrounding the First Lady's upcoming trip to Topeka. Michelle Obama will address some 800 Topeka seniors at their …
Twenty-seven year old Mohammed P. Whitaker with 18 felony charges spanning nine separate highway shootings that occurred in the Kansas City …
The Boys and Girl Club of Topeka says some people are selling candy bars at the entrance of Wal-Mart Stores in Topeka – but it's a scam.
Burlington Public Schools USD 244 spent today on lockdown after being notified by the Burlington Police Department of a child custody issue.
Two subjects completed a credit transaction using an illegal credit card at a Topeka Target.
A NE Kansas county has canceled a Silver Alert for a 75-year-old man who had been missing since Wednesday afternoon.
he Kansas Board of Regents will consider adding language on free speech to its social media policy. Related: Changes could come to social me…
The Kansas Highway Patrol says troopers were led on a 65-mile chase on the interstate before the driver was arrested.
All Americans stand with the mourners of three people killed at Jewish community sites in suburban Kansas City, Attorney General Eric Holder…
First Lady Michelle Obama will deliver the May 17, 2014 commencement address to graduating seniors from Topeka Public Schools.
A former Kansas Governor could soon represent the state once again.
Only minor injuries were reported after accident on I-70 early Thursday morning
Riley County police are looking investigating an armed robbery at Dollar General store.
A 40-year-old man will go on trial for the second time on charges that he raped a University of Kansas student in 1997.
The remains of a 22-year-old Topeka airman who went missing in World War II are being returned to his family for burial.
Employees at Kansas universities may get more clarify on what they can tweet, post or write about on social media.
On Wednesday, Topeka leaders proved that a bright future is ahead for those who live in the capital city and their families.