Juwan Staten scored 35 points for West Virginia as the Mountaineers beat Kansas State 81-71 on Saturday.
19 year-old, Sarah McLinn was booked in the Douglas County Jail about 9 A.M. Saturday morning.
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Topeka Police officers are only responding to injury or hit-and-run accidents, and accidents involving disabled vehicles due to the icy road conditions.
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The long-delayed Keystone XL oil pipeline cleared a major hurdle toward approval Friday
Four Topeka Veterans were buried with military honors Friday at Leavenworth National Cemetery.
A new report from the U.S. State Department on the Keystone XL pipeline has drawn varying reactions in Kansas
An attorney representing a 19-year-old woman charged with killing a Lawrence businessman says she’ll have her first court appearance Monday.
An Ohio man’s family is fulfilling his dying wish — to be buried astride his beloved Harley-Davidson motorcycle
A girl who escaped a western Kentucky house fire that killed her mother and eight siblings is recuperating from burns and communicating with her hospital nurses
Even in death, Christopher Rivera Amaro almost looked ready to box, leaning against the corner of a simulated ring.
It’s Organized Chaos Four at the Wild Horse Saloon in Topeka.
Mary Scanlon had no idea a $3 purchase from a Goodwill store in Phoenix would turn out to be a rare link to the civil rights movement’s most revered leader.
A Sedgwick County judge says he will wait two more weeks before decide whether to order the video recording of DNA testing in the deaths of a southern Kansas couple late last year.
Danica Patrick is the most successful woman to get behind the wheel of a race car, but on Super Bowl Sunday, she’s the girl in the GoDaddy commercials.
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed on Friday outlined steps he said he plans to take to improve the city’s emergency preparedness
A Utah school cafeteria manager and a district supervisor have been placed on paid leave while officials investigate why lunches were taken from students