The relationship between U.S. law enforcement and their counterparts in Mexico has never been stronger.
The Kansas Senate has approved abortion legislation addressing legal issues raised in state and federal lawsuits filed by abortion providers.
It’s not too late to get covered. A few routes remain open for those who missed the health care law’s big enrollment deadline.
Kansans driving by Cedar Crest Wednesday night noticed the house was bathed in blue light.
Changes to code enforcement was the topic of discussion at Tuesday’s Topeka City Council work session.
A 22-year-old Wichita man has pleaded guilty in the 2013 death of a former high school football player.
A Topeka man was sentenced Monday for federal charges after a shooting in Lawrence last year.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra underwent a second day of harsh questioning from Congress Wednesday.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the first tablet for gradually reducing hay fever allergy symptoms.
A $2,500 reward is being offered for information leading to a conviction in several recent arsons in Ellis County.
A western Pennsylvania woman heard “crazy voices” telling her to push her sons underwater before she sat on the boys in the bathtub.
Police are investigating a cutting at a Lawrence park early Monday morning.
Nationwide marijuana legalization seems inevitable to three-fourths of Americans, whether they support it or not, according to a new poll out
Kansas schools that have been struggling to administer new math and reading assessment tests now have to deal with apparent cyberattacks on the testing system.
The USD 475 Board of Education has selected a new superintendent of schools.
Kansas has joined Oklahoma in a lawsuit challenging the process used by the federal government to list the lesser prairie chicken as a threatened species.
The man who died when he his truck hit a toll plaza on the Kansas Turnpike appeared to be asleep just before the accident.