A Topeka man who admits to murdering two people will spend the next 50 years behind bars for those crimes.
One-time income tax payments totaling more than $50 million helped boost Kansas revenue collections in February ahead of official estimates.
It’s not just salts and brines that are being used to treat roads during the winter months but beet juice as well.
There's good news for a Topeka family who has been stuck in the Ukraine since the recent uprising.
A Topeka man will spend the next 50 years of his life behind bars for murdering two people over a span of 12 years.
Pregnant women, mothers and children who get federal assistance with their grocery bills will now be able to buy more whole-grain foods, yog…
The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism will sponsor a youth turkey hunt April 5 near Council Grove.
The Gardner Edgerton Board of Education has fired the district's superintendent and two top administrators.
Police in a Kansas City suburb are asking for the public's help in locating a woman who hasn't been seen since mid-January.
With more than three decades of experience in the arts, Randal West is looking forward to his next challenge
The Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office has seen an increase in reports of fraudulent callers claiming to be Westar Energy employees attempting …
Tea partyers insist they're not to blame for Republican election losses in congressional and presidential elections, faulting the GOP establ…
A northeast Kansas prosecutor has opened his campaign for the U.S. Senate seat by criticizing three-term Republican incumbent Pat Roberts fo…
Kansas State University has received a gift of $60 million, the largest private donation in school history.
According to the Executive Director of "Doorstep Inc." Lisa Cain, 669 people were served and another 349 orders were delivered.
A Kansas City, Kan., woman was sentenced to nearly 10 years in prison for trying to drown her two daughters in a bathtub.
A 20-year-old Topeka woman was sentenced to nearly 13 years in prison for the shooting death of a Lawrence man.
Could Colorado laws cost some Kansans?
The fate of a financially troubled ranch for juvenile boys in Sedgwick County might not be sealed after all.
State commerce officials say exports by Kansas companies grew by 6.46 percent in 2013