Police say a double shooting in the southeast Kansas town of Augusta is believed to be a murder-suicide.
“Tonight Show” host Jay Leno ended a stellar if sometimes stormy run Thursday night with high emotion at concluding what he termed “the greatest 22 years of my life.”
Military officers from 40 nations are visiting the Capital City to learn about the state’s government and judicial system.
A bill before the Kansas Legislature would allow the state’s universities to streamline efforts to offer online courses to out-of-state students.
Police are praising three Good Samaritans who stopped a domestic assault along a busy Kansas City highway.
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A northeast Kansas teenager who braved this week’s winter storm to pull dozens of cars out of the snow has been recognized for his good deeds.
The YMCA in West Nashville that was the site of a small plane crash on Monday night is expected to reopen on Friday.
Douglas County sheriff’s deputies are investigating after two older horses that got loose were found shot to death.
Kansas congressman Mike Pompeo is planning to discuss the case of an alleged suicide bomb plot at Wichita’s main airport when he visits the city.
A basketball game between Sterling and Tabor colleges was postponed until Monday after a fire broke out at Sterling’s gym.
Horses are being rescued in Shawnee County, and rescue groups say there are still many more that are being neglected and even abused.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment says an auction is planned for land in a former southeast Kansas town contaminated by mining.
The final personal journals of novelist William S. Burroughs have been donated to the University of Kansas.
From sidewalks to neighborhood streets, some areas of the city remain blanketed with snow.
RJ Whitaker from Perry-Lecompton High School is our GameDay Super Store Scholar Athlete of the Week, presented by Kaw Valley Bank.
The Kansas House has new chairmen for its Rules and Insurance committees who replace a former member who held both leadership spots.