The prestigious Institute of Medicine is recommending that schools provide opportunities for at least 60 minutes of physical activity each d…
Nine-year-old Sydney Angle was “everywhere at once” when she was out on the softball field. Kyle Davis, 8, was nicknamed “The Wall” because …
A teacher at a suburban Wichita high school was arrested after the district reported he had made criminal threats against the school.
Prosecutors say a former Kansas police instructor killed his wife because she was divorcing him, then burned down the couple’s home in Kingm…
The Kansas Legislature has approved a bill that makes several changes in alcohol laws.
Wichita residents and businesses might be required to pay a $1,000 fine a month if they use too much water.
seveneightfive magazine, and arts and entertainment magazine based in Topeka, has teamed with Rundown Studios to produce a CD and live conce…
A June sentencing date has been scheduled for a suburban Chicago man who was arrested after two of his children were found bound and blindfo…
At about 11:30 pm Wednesday night TPDofficers found a man stabbed in the 18 hundred block of southwest 30th.
A federal grand jury has formally charged a former Kansas doctor with illegally having a handgun as a convicted felon.
Leaders of the 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley will honor fallen soldiers during Memorial Day observances at the northeast Kansas post.
Top Republicans in the Kansas Legislature still don’t have a deal on taxes that would clear the way for the annual session to adjourn.
Silver Lake baseball claimed 15 state championships in the school’s history. The Eagles begin a quest for more hardware this season.
James Shields allowed a two-run HR in the first inning and that was enough to vault the Astros past Kansas City on Wednesday night.
It’s called “card skimming” – and could cost you money and ruin your credit rating.
Charlie Weis joined several Jayhawk fans in Topeka on Wednesday night for the final installment of this month’s KU Football Preview Party.
The teams will be in the affected areas and help families take the first steps toward recovery.
Four major awards were given out to staff and those it serves, including the Outstanding Leadership Award and The Presidents Award.
On Wednesday night, the society’s Topeka office celebrated 100 years of service with a volunteer fair and open house.
The Topeka Area Chapter of the American Red Cross is partnering with Heartland Park to help those affected by the Oklahoma tornado.