Shirley Temple, iconic child star, dies at 85.
Kansas Gas Service is on the scene of a small gas line leak in the Montara neighborhood in South Topeka.
The Lyon County Sheriff's Office needs your help in attempting to locate a registered violent offender.
Kansas House members have given first-round approval to a bill aimed at protecting people, groups and businesses that cite religious reasons…
A suburban Kansas City man died when a tree he was cutting for firewood fell on top of him.
A water main break caused several buildings in Topeka to go without water this morning.
Change is coming quickly to the Boy Scouts of America after years of turmoil and debate over its membership policy
A drugmaker working to develop a pill to boost sexual desire in women says regulators are demanding more studies on the experimental drug.
A federal judge says his decision in a lawsuit asking federal election officials to require proof-of-citizenship for voter registrations
Rising temperatures are turning the Winter Olympics into the Warm Olympics, forcing athletes to adapt.
Federal health experts say that new research is not strong enough to conclude that naproxen, the pain reliever in Aleve and many other medic…
Wichita police say a man who was killed at a Wichita communications building worked for the company.
A popular exhibit at the University of Kansas Natural History Museum is empty and quiet after all the bees in an observation hive were kille…
The Shawnee County Public Works Director made a pitch to continue a county-wide half-cent sales tax.
A Kansas House committee has made short work of approving abortion legislation that addresses legal issues raised in state and federal lawsu…
Members of Congress, some of the nation's most frequent flyers, don't want to allow airline passengers to make cellphone calls in-flight and…
Firefighters fought a fully engulfed garage fire early this morning.
Get ready for bacon like you've never eaten, drunk or worn it before.
Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office received information of a suspicious person walking near a house this morning.
A Kansas assistant attorney general is urging state lawmakers to require mandatory $2,500 fines against anyone convicted of paying for sex