Deputies have put together a map of all cemeteries in Harvey County and will be checking if any more have been dug at.
Jurors found 44-year-old Howard Ray Stephenson, of Blue Springs, not guilty.
The bills emerged in hearings Monday and Wednesday after a proposal to freeze requirements for the share of renewable electricity for the gr…
The men got into trouble Friday night while fishing in Indian Creek.
The non-profit will host an open house and several activities.
The ordinance passed in January, but had to go through a 90-day waiting period before it could legally go into effect.
Kramer Dining Center was occupied with staff preparing for the return of students after spring break.
32-year-old Belinda Susanne Meier was not wearing a seatbelt and later died from her injuries.
KU and Wichita State to face for the first time in 23 years
Fans in the Sunflower State are rejoicing tonight.
No word when Governor will sign the bill he asked for.
Kansas reports that its unemployment rate remained at 4.2 percent in February and that employment by private companies grew over the previou…
fans are getting ready for the highly anticipated men’s basketball game
A woman charged with killing her housemate in Lawrence last year has been found guilty by a jury on Friday.
Wichita State beat Indiana in the second-round of the NCAA tournament in Omaha. Wichita State won by a score of 81 to 76.
Second-seeded Kansas did its best to restore some luster to the Big 12.
A Kansas House committee has rejected a proposed ban on using multistate Common Core academic standards in the state’s public schools.
Testimony ended Thursday in a lawsuit challenging Nebraska’s law requiring picketers to stay at least 500 feet from funerals.
A Shawnee County judge has deviated from a plea agreement in sentencing a man for killing two women and wounding a third in 2003 in Topeka.
A former loan officer in Hutchinson will have to pay more than $20,000 in restitution for stealing customer information to use at a new job …
A Kansas man was sentenced to serve more than 10 years in prison for killing a pest exterminator.
School districts suing Kansas over education funding are asking the Kansas Supreme Court to keep their entire lawsuit before a lower court.
A judge has sentenced a 21-year-old man to prison for his role in the 2013 death of an Arkansas man.
The state Senate approved the measure Thursday on a 30-8 vote.
Kansas universities would be required to publicize information on their graduates’ average salaries, student loan debt and employment under …