He orchestrated a fraud scheme that victimized more than 30,000 investors in all 50 states and numerous foreign countries between 1994 and 2…
Formed during World War I, the battalion had previously been reactivated in 2007. Its insignia depicts a cloaked grim reaper carrying a scyt…
The Red Cross was on the ground immediately and has been helping families stay safe and sheltered as aftershocks continue.
Kansas State University has announced that a health and wellness course will be its first massive open online course.
The man who shot his wife at a southwest Topeka apartment complex has been sentenced.
Shawnee County commissioners decided who they’d like to take over the east Topeka Abbott Community Center.
We now know the identity of the man shot Friday in southeast Topeka after a Craigslist sale went wrong.
Brownback made the announcement Friday morning during a news conference at the Statehouse.
Some of the money to pay for local programs comes from organized Labor – by way of United Way.
This event allows us to shine the spotlight on our Featured Artists, showing that kids can overcome challenges and be very successful.
The Governor interviewed all three candidates and will announce his selection Friday at 11 a.m
This is an emergency closure due to a ruptured gas main caused by boring.
The pope is “in the crosshairs” of the Islamic State for “bearing false witness” against Islam — a charge that carries severe punishment and…
The accident took place around 6:30 a.m. about a half-mile from the entrance to Terminal 1. 15 people were taken to hospitals.
State health departments, including in South Carolina and North Dakota, have spelled out for administrators what symptoms to look for and ho…
Cordish Companies, which owns the Power & Light District, sued the Dickens Law firm after its sued Cordish, alleging the company employed pe…
The Legislature’s nonpartisan research staff is projecting that the state will face a $238 million budget shortfall by July 2016.
Police officers used their stun guns as many as 13 times on Gregory Towns Jr. while he was handcuffed.
Attorney Russell Matson says his client “never pretended to be a cop,” and even told police in advance he was going to decorate his car.
His daughter, said that the family knows it was a tragic accident and something she’ll have to live with.