Kansas State University is getting tough when it comes to combating alcohol abuse and sexual assaults on campus.
The Obama Administration is cracking the whip on for-profit colleges.
A federal agency is investigating the death of a 30-year-old oil field worker in central Kansas.
A 9.5 ft. long Albino Burmese Python was found in a culvert in the 7700 block of SW Wanamaker.
Kansas amendment banning same sex marriage is still on the books.
Church leaders say this change has been 40 years in the making.
They are the state’s newest lottery multi-millionaires after hitting a $9.85 million jackpot playing Hot Lotto.
The investigations are ongoing.
There’s good news for the Sunflower State, after battling the “threatened” listing of the lesser prairie chicken.
Winners will be announced during the 5th Annual Arty Awards on July 25th.
Wichita’s Mayor says the flag will stay down, at least temporarily.
As part of an effort to boost the financial health of its pension system for teachers and government workers
Kansas gambling regulators have given final approval for a business partnership to begin building a casino in southeast Kansas for the state…
A bill clarifying that a new law aimed at reducing local property taxes doesn’t take effect until 2018.
Brownback said Thursday that he’s considering proposing a new religious objections law
A Kansas City store clerk has been charged after a teenager was shot while he allegedly was shoplifting some cookies.
The Kansas Lottery has three words for its players: Check tour tickets!!
With school not in session some parents across the state are wondering where their child’s meal will come from.
JEDO/GO Topeka welcomed Koch & Co., Inc to the Topeka market and approved a change to a current agreement with Alorica.
After a shooting, Topeka police were involved in a chase that ended in a car crash and a suspect being taken into custody.
Finding out about the bit of cloth that had Emporia residents standing in line all night.
The Topeka Police Department has seen an increase in arrests after a new push to use social media to connect with residents.
Attorney General Schmidt will appeal a state district court judge’s ruling blocking the state’s first-in-the-nation ban on a common second t…
As of Wednesday the tax on cigarettes is now 50 cents higher, and while that has some smokers upset, many health advocates believe the new t…
Vets living in the Kansas City metro that are wanting to go back to school can get ready by going to academic boot camp.