Federal attorneys and a Kansas-based bitcoin company are negotiating over whether the company could resume some of its operations.
Critically injured in May while helping another driver at an accident scene near Kansas City is ready to return to her former life.
Kobach’s office responded this week to an open records request from The Associated Press.
What started off being a nail-biter game turned into a Royals win.
An Ellsworth woman was sentenced to two years and eight months in prison after her 13-month-old daughter ingested morphine.
The worst-hit city was Baghdad, with 352 civilians killed.
No group has claimed responsibility for the blast and no warning call was made to authorities.
Spain’s Defense Ministry and the court declined comment.
Previous searches inspired by IRA tipoffs have found the confirmed remains of seven IRA victims.
Kansas authorities are warning residents to beware of a new scam that’s using the names of judges in an attempt to solicit money.
A new government report says this year’s winter wheat production in Kansas is at the lowest level since 1989.
On Tuesday, Mark Collyard collected money and asked for rides along the Wanamaker Road in Topeka. He was doing it so that he could continue…
Supporters say the law, if in effect, might have avoided UC Santa Barbara mass shooting.
Now 16, the teen was 14 at the time of the shooting.
Program encourages girls to stay in the math and science programs
Challenger uses economic numbers to swipe at incumbent Brownback.
The missing pickup was last seen exiting the interstate onto State Highway 142 at mile marker 33.
Corporate income tax collections were up, but state fails to meet estimates for five of six recent months.
Shawnee County District Judge Richardson on Tuesday denied a motion for a change of venue for Phillip Cheatham Jr.
The second earthquake happened about two miles east of the first quake.
A woman who walked in on her boyfriend having sex with another woman went home, got a gun, came back and shot him in the groin.
A Lawrence woman faces up to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to embezzling.
The Hutchinson School District is suing a Missouri-based group in a dispute over proceeds from a student fundraising effort.
Washburn University in Topeka will receive $12 million and Johnson County Community College will get nearly $2.5 million as part of a federa…
Found guilty of violating Topeka’s dangerous dogs ordinance after a German shepherd fatally mauled a teacup poodle at this year’s St. Patric…