No weapons were used or displayed in this robbery attempt.
A Wichita man must serve more than 6 years in prison after pleading guilty to charges in connection with a federal mail theft case.
A man was sentenced to two years and two months in prison for leading police on a chase after he allegedly shot and killed a woman in Ford C…
Kansas officials are waiting to see whether state tax collections this month met expectations.
A controversial new religious freedom law in Indiana that critics say allows discrimination.
Settlement covers nearly 4,900 current and former workers.
Fire victims picking up the pieces after losing everything .
They walked 60 miles over the weekend to let lawmakers know they’re not happy with the new school funding plan.
Sewage that leaked in to a public creek is causing a financial burden on one Topeka woman. The question is who should be picking up the tab?
A Wichita man was sentenced to prison for stealing a wedding ring from a woman who was dying in her car at a drive-through restaurant.
Republican Gov. Sam Brownback has proposed issuing $1.5 billion in bonds.
Reports say Marshall is a top candidate for the vacant Crimson Tide basketball coaching job.
Against a bill designed to protect religious groups on public college campuses.
For two brothers over the fatal shootings of four people in a snow-covered soccer field and for another man convicted of killing a couple.
A $2.5 million, 10-month renovation project is completed at Swarthout Recital Hall on the University of Kansas campus.
Wichita East High School Principal Ken Thiessen posting a letter to the community on the East High School website Sunday.
The cause of the crash remains under investigation.
The agreement calls for the charge to be dismissed if Manspeaker successfully completes the diversion program.
Peck was flown from Coffeyville to Topeka on March 13 as he sought to vote on implementing block grant funding for the state’s schools.
Senate Minority Leader Anthony Hensley says Kensinger’s tobacco contract is a blatant conflict of interest.
Here’s what happened this week
Lawmakers must erase a projected shortfall of nearly $600 million for the next fiscal year.
The change will be an improvement over the current facility, which houses up to 400 people overnight but releases them every morning.
The event celebrates the Shawnee County medical community’s response to assisting low-income uninsured residents.
Members of the organization met at the Brown v. Board of Education Memorial to discuss the struggles minorities are still facing.