Twenty-years of hard work and memories burned to the ground right in front of their eyes.
Officials in Lawrence are investigating the theft of two days’ worth of mail addressed to the Municipal Court.
The daughter of the BTK serial killer is criticizing writer Stephen King for making a movie partly inspired by the Wichita case.
A metro radio station falsely identified her as a porn star, and there was a chance she could get more.
Woman was convicted in July of mistreating and conspiring to mistreat a dependent adult.
KSU researcher makes a speech at Washburn University on his direct experience with the Ebola virus.
Fall 2014 enrollment is the university’s largest ever at 24,766 students, up from 24,581 students a year ago.
For “willful” and “serious” safety violations in the death of two workers in the collapse in March of a cell tower they were dismantling in …
A Kansas Air National Guard official said a Wichita unit could see almost a third of its full-time positions eliminated.
Authorities said was deliberately set by a contract employee.
Grant to increase training for human services paraprofessionals.
Federal regulators say a Union Pacific line has reopened a day after two trains collided in central Kansas.
The school will hire an architect for a hall that will be designed to provide a more intimate setting than White Concert Hall.
Kansas authorities are looking for five girls who left a youth care facility in Newton.
More than 2,400 claims were filed, with the largest being for more than $93,000.
A Flint Hills family is offering access to its 4,600-acre ranch to Wichita State University for research.
The candidates for Kansas insurance commissioner are having a forum next month in Wichita.
Salina police arrested a 21-year-old man who they say led police on a chase after they caught him drag racing.
The teddy bear drive starts Friday and will continue through Sunday. A monetary fund for the girl is also set up at Capital City Banks.
New variation on a common theme
Accident occurred near Perry-Lecompton High School.
Federal Grant helps to grow international research
Both men are from northeast Kansas.
The Emporia State Hornets (1-2) hit the road to take on Northeastern State (0-3) at 6:00pm on Saturday night.
Officers responding to the call of a suspicious package found something surprising inside.