Arizona's largest city has gone four months without any measurable rain, and neighboring New Mexico is in the midst of four years of severe …
The sale of consumer fireworks have started in Topeka and with that the potential of injury.
Academy sues to get return of 1942 statue for $10.00.
Annual trek to Utah Mountains also generates local crime.
The building was built in 1954, but in two years it will be demolished. The State was faced with a decision to maintain the structure or tea…
The shooting Monday night in the Kansas City suburb of Grandview killed Gregory Moody, a married father of four.
Brownback has appointed an educator to the last open spot on a new Kansas commission that will examine ways to make public schools more effi…
Washburn spokeswoman Amanda Hughes said the university hadn't received notification as of Wednesday about the federal investigation and coul…
The victim was later identified as Urmila Sharma, of Kansas City, Kansas.
The Platte County Sheriff's Office says the suspect, who was killed in the collision, stole a pickup truck from a Platte County residence be…
A suspect was indicted today in a robbery at the same Topeka gas station where a man was shot on Monday.
The fire was started in the living room of the home.
American intelligence has picked up indications that bomb makers from al-Qaida's Yemen affiliate have traveled to Syria to link up with the …
For the second time in three weeks, President Barack Obama on Wednesday invited top economists to a private lunch at the White House.
The three-day enforcement effort was conducted from midnight June 27 to 11:59 p.m. June 29.
The Royals capped off a series victory in Minnesota with a shutout win on Wednesday afternoon.
A rape is being investigated after an early morning report to Riley County Police.
25 players from the Mid-Plains League will represent the inaugural All-Star Game in Junction City.
A door-to-door paving operation is banned from doing business in Kansas after ripping off customers in Topeka and Lawrence.
On July 2, 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law the Civil Rights Act of 1964.