On Thursday afternoon, the Topeka Shawnee County Sports Council announced its Class of 2016 high school student-athlete nominees.
A judge has ruled that a purported updated will from a Kansas multimillionaire was not valid and the man’s former caretaker will not receive…
A new policy is in effect for Derby High School, and it’s causing quite a stir in the community.
The fire cause is under investigation at this time.
State officials say they are meeting with architects to discuss plans for renovating the Docking State Office Building in Topeka.
Some teenagers in Brown County have been receiving letters in the mail regarding a job opportunity for them.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have taken a 2-0 lead in their best-of-seven series against the San Jose Sharks.
On Wednesday night, former Emporia State quarterback Brent Wilson won the league’s Ken B. Jones award.
On Wednesday afternoon, the Shawnee County Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2016 was announced.
Leaders of the Legislature’s GOP supermajorities considered whether to debate a school finance bill, but backed off after there was no conse…
Kansas lawmakers ended the regular legislative period today but it’s looking like their work is far from over.
Deangelo Martinez, the 19-year-old Topekan wanted on a murder charge in connection with the Echo Ridge shooting, was arrested in Oklahoma to…
The only professional theater between Kansas City and Denver is ready for a summer season in its new home.
Vandals hit a private cemetery in south-central Kansas with graves dating to the 1800s during the Memorial Day weekend.
KCK investigators say they believe they have identified a potential suspect in the 26-year-old unsolved murder of a 19-year-old woman.
Kansas will challenge in court the Obama administration’s directive that public schools allow transgender students to use the restrooms that…
On Wednesday afternoon the Kansas City Royals placed outfielder Brett Eibner on the 15-day disabled list with a left ankle sprain.
Kansas is reporting that its tax collections last month were $74.5 million less than anticipated.