The high school baseball and softball seasons are underway across NE Kansas. Here’s scores from March 31, 2016.
Ben Turnley from Manhattan High School is our Kaw Valley Bank Scholar Athlete of the Week, sponsored by Gage Dental Group.
The Topeka Golf Association will have its Washburn alumni outing on Friday April 8th at Shawnee County Club.
On Thursday afternoon, the Kansas City Chiefs announced contract extensions for two of their running backs from last season.
Westbound traffic is forced into the middle lane which is designed as a turning lane for cars traveling both ways.
Brian Newby, a U.S. elections head, decided that Kansans could no longer register to vote using a national form without providing proof of c…
A Kansas judge has declined to intervene in legal efforts by a county and development group to block a planned state-owned casino
A man with ties to a northeast Kansas company was one of the victims in the Brussels terror attack.
Crews are monitoring the remnants of a mostly contained Kansas and Oklahoma wildfire for hotspots as the Kansas Department of Agriculture la…
If you’re a Westar customer starting Friday April 1st you will see some changes on your bill.
The National Agricultural Statistics Service reported Thursday that Kansas growers intend 16 percent more corn than a year ago.
A Missouri and Kansas man have been indicted in two armed bank robberies.
Sentencing is scheduled for May for a northeastern Kansas 18-year-old who has pleaded no contest to charges that he tried to kill a man duri…
Bill Self, who led Kansas to the No. 1 ranking in the final weekly poll and its 12th straight Big 12 title, is The Associated Press Coach of…
Jurors have recommended the death penalty for an eastern Kansas man convicted of killing four people, including a toddler.
Authorities have charged a Kansas City man with fatally stabbing a woman with a box cutter after she refused to let him sleep on her couch.
Authorities have arrested a suspect in a fatal shooting outside a bar in the Kansas City suburb of Olathe.
Jurors are deliberating whether to recommend the death penalty for an eastern Kansas man convicted of killing four people.