The Emporia State Hornets knocked off Southwest Baptist 96-85 on Tuesday night to advance to the next round of the MIAA Tournament.
The Washburn men's basketball team lost 79-75 to Northeastern State on Tuesday night.
A group that includes former Sen. Alan Simpson of Wyoming and former Sen. Nancy Kassebaum of Kansas plan to file a friend of the court brief…
A nearly $6 million project will head to 21st Street.
Miss Kansas 2013 Theresa Vail spoke with 5th grade students taking part in the Starbase Program.
Topeka Police responded to a report involving a person possibly being struck by a vehicle Tuesday morning.
Eric Hosmer and Salvador Perez each homered off Johnny Cueto and drove in three runs.
Police say 16 year old boy arrested in connection to network outages at USD 475.
Authorities say one resident was killed in an explosion in a New Jersey housing development that also injured seven workers.
Obama's budget pushes Health and Human Services spending over $1 trillion for the first time.
Schools, businesses and people state-wide were encouraged to run tornado drills Tuesday in preparation for tornado season.
Police in Wichita say a man needed hospital treatment after stuffing his mouth with cooked pork and nearly choking to death at a butcher sho…
Obama is proposing Congress provide another infusion of cash to continue construction of a new biosecurity lab in Kansas.
An English runner won the 65th annual Shrove Tuesday pancake race — again beating the winner of the southwest Kansas leg of the event.
Two New Mexico women were indicted Tuesday on charges of bringing more than 8 pounds of methamphetamine to Wichita.
Washburn's Alex North and Emporia State's Kaleb Wright earn a spot on the All-MIAA second team.
Wichita's airport will now be known as the "Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport."
The City of Topeka and the Topeka Police Department have launched a partnership with social media website Nextdoor.
The president of ESPN will join three college athletics executives in delivering a Landon Lecture next month at Kansas State University.
A Kansas man is facing a minimum of 15 years in prison after admitting he tricked a 12-year-old girl into performing sex acts on an Internet…