The pilot has died and three others are injured after the crash of a small plane near the Boonville, Missouri, airport.
The fall harvest of crops in Kansas is mostly in the bin now. Winter wheat planting is done. And calving is still months away.
Hundreds of people gathered Friday night for a lighting ceremony that included a visit from Santa.
The department says the dogs were later taken to area veterinary clinics.
The report didn’t state if the overdose was intentional.
Neighbors calls came to the rescue Sunday afternoon after a Topeka home started on fire.
‘Country Christmas Trees’ begins they holiday season with record breaking sales.
The student group Breathe Easy at KU is sponsoring the Tobacco Free KU initiative.
Jailers in Sherman County in western Kansas refused to give her prescription medication and were slow to help after she collapsed in her cel…
Seymour S. Rogers, and his wife, Addie, were buried in a cemetery in Carthage, Missouri.
Volunteers are already working to match up families with adopters .
Earlier this month someone stole a dozen Black Angus steers and heifers from a northwest Kansas ranch.
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The U.S. cattle herd is as low as it has been since the 1960s, causing prices to surge,
32-year-old Souksavanh Chamnongchith is jailed in Johnson County on $100,000 bond.
Last spring’s tests were a pilot run of new assessments that are more technologically advanced.
The three-day event touches on nutrition, cattle markets and retail sales.
New routes for both the 5k Rescue Run and the MKA Parade have been mapped.
When the card is used as a signature based transaction , ECU will donate $0.10 to Topeka Rescue Mission.
Their first chance at a state title since 1992!
Deals, frenzy and protests mark the start of the 2014 holiday shopping season
How an annual event got a new twist to save lives.
Topeka fire fighters renewed their push to see more smoke alarms put in use.
Among the featured speakers for the two-day event that begins Monday is American Farm Bureau Federation President Bob Stallman.
Hot items shoppers are looking for this Black Friday