Both the St. John AME church and the St. Mark AME church will commemorate the 59th anniversary of the Brown vs. Board of Education decision …
Some kids will be starting school an hour later one day a week.
Everybody’s talking about it – the staggering $550 million Powerball jackpot and what they would do with it! It’s the second-highest Powerba…
The Riley County Police Department will host the 2013 Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony to honor those local Law Enforcement Officers killed…
Tea Party leaders argue they don’t need big rallies in the streets any more. They have members of congress who are on their side, which is w…
The wheels are spinning for a more bike friendly Topeka and riders are already seeing the changes.
House and Senate budget negotiators say they have agreed to provide funding for a financially struggling ranch for troubled boys in Sedgwick…
A man accused of firing a shot at a security guard at a Wichita store will spend 60 days in a jail work-release program.
Sedgwick County prosecutors have decided not to seek the death penalty against a man charged with killing two people at a Wichita Dollar Gen…
A Hutchinson bail bondsman will stand trial on charges that he sought sex from women in exchange for bonding them out of jail.
A new general is heading to Fort Riley next week to take command of the Army’s 1st Infantry Division.
Kansas legislators are resuming budget talks with two contentious education spending issues to tackle.
The Environmental Protection Agency is recognizing Kansas State University for its dining hall composting program.
A memorial service takes place in Wichita to honor Sedgwick County law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty.
Race cars converged on downtown Topeka Thursday ahead of this weekend’s big racing event.
Washburn Rural, Manhattan and Hayden all advanced to the state soccer tournaments.
Over 470 students took part in the graduation ceremony held at the school.
24-year-old Joel Heil appeared via closed-circuit video Thursday morning in Saline County District Court.
Severe storms may be headed our way this weekend, just in time for big events like graduations and the NHRA Kansas Nationals.
The top Democrat in the Kansas House’s says he’ll discipline a staffer who’s been posting disparaging tweets about Republicans legislators.