There is hope mixed with cynicism and anger vying with optimism as Americans cast ballots across the country.
The Kansas Supreme Court won’t review a lower court ruling that suppressed a suspect’s statements about a Hutchinson woman’s death.
Keep their candy in mind as well and keep the fun going.
Winter wheat planting in Kansas is almost finished.
A southeast Kansas man pleads guilty to one count of filing a false federal tax return.
Polls will be open between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Upon arrival, fire crews reported smoke and fire coming from the two story structure.
You need a valid form of photo identification to vote in Kansas.
Police looking for assistance in finding driver and vehicle
The patrol says the crash occurred just after 8 a.m. Monday near the Cherokee County town of Columbus.
Kansan’s are on the watch for the voting fraud at the polls, and in their mail.
The sentencing hearing for a Topeka man convicted of murder has been interrupted after a juror fainted while viewing graphic autopsy photos.
Prosecutors have charged a suspect in September’s beating of a Wichita junior league football coach.
Voters in Kansas face one of the busiest ballots in recent years.
A Kansas church has sued Garden City over an order prohibiting worship at its property in the central business district.
Finance reports show Roberts raised more than $644,000 during the last two weeks of October, including $262,000 from political action commit…
Investigators are recovering the remaining aircraft wreckage off the roof of a flight safety training facility in Kansas.
A Wichita chiropractor was sentenced to five years in federal prison and ordered to repay more than $1.8 million for defrauding health care …
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Wichita authorities have rescued a 1,100-pound horse that partially fell through abandoned railroad tracks.
The case was identified through the ILINet, a system of clinics that KDHE uses to monitor outpatients who exhibit influenza-like illness.
A former University of Kansas student is fighting his expulsion over social media posts about his ex-girlfriend.
Health officials are trying to determine why Medicaid enrollment grew at extremely low rates last year in Kansas.
NET Reach tries to alleviate poverty and other challenges in the Hi-Crest neighborhood.
An eternal flame soon will be relighted at a veterans’ memorial on the northwest corner of the Osage County Courthouse.