TOPEKA (KSNT) – More bad news for state lawmakers grappling with a record budget shortfall – the state’s tax revenue failed to hit expectati…
We are tracking one final round of showers tonight before we clear out for the weekend.
paying rent for units they can’t occupy.
Chase County softball earned its fourth-straight state championship on Friday in Pratt.
In the end, nothing could stop Sepp Blatter.
To speed up work by lawmakers on a final plan for raising new revenues to close a budget shortfall.
Sentence is in the death of girl who was killed when he crashed into her minivan while fleeing from police.
The unnamed pup was born on May 5th.
Kansas City Royals outfielder Alex Rios is expected to make his return to the ball club on Saturday against the Cubs after he broke his left…
“We’re going to do everything we can to help you recover, but also prepare for future events like this.”
Heavy rain added to the damage inflicted by storms that have killed at least 21 people and left 14 missing.
The boy was charged with delinquency by way of theft from the elderly.
A top-ranking Mormon leader, 92-year-old L. Tom Perry, is headed to hospice as his cancer spreads aggressively.
A man who spent 15 years in prison for killing his roommate with an ax caused a fatal fire earlier this month by placing a propane tank in a…
An Anheuser Busch plant in northwest Georgia has started canning water instead of beer to help flood victims in Texas and Oklahoma.
Time-lapse movie which highlights the 11 years it took to build One World Trade Center and the surrounding area.
Be careful of where you charge your cell phone.
Manhunt led police on a chase from Oklahoma into southeast Kansas.
Wichita State University announced the death of one of their students.
“Whatever he suffered from, it did not prevent him from forming intent and knowing the consequences of what he was doing.”
Proclamation on Friday for 44 Kansas counties due to damages to public infrastructure caused by recent storms and flooding.
Signed a bill that rewrites the rules for teachers, school administrators and other public employees who return to work after retiring.
The long-running animated sitcom has a knack for predicting the future.
Children do what they do and diapers need to be changed.