Wichita woman arrested in Little Apple on multiple charges, including interfering with a police officer.
The newest judge will join the Kansas Court of Appeals later this week following her swearing in ceremony.
Has yet to process from 70,000 to 80,000 state income tax returns after bringing in workers from another agency last week to help open envel…
Just over 12,000 people came to enjoy the 26th version of the annual Kansas Sampler Festival in Wamego’s City Park on this past weekend.
The American Royal national barbecue competition is moving to the Truman Sports Complex this year.
The Kansas Democratic Party has named Kerry Gooch as the new Executive Director of the Party.
After a west Wichita Dollar store was robbed Friday night, one of the clerks working there at the time says she’s being punished for failing…
Fantasy sports would be declared a legal game of skill under a bill approved by the Kansas Senate in a 37-1 vote Monday.
Winfield police say one person is dead and another critically injured after a shooting at a home.
Kansas State is building a $2.1 million soccer facility that will host most of the new women’s soccer games.
Sprint added more than a million new subscribers in the fourth quarter but at a cost as aggressive pricing and promotions widened its losses…
Governor Sam Brownback shrugs off latest budget advice from a waitress
The City of Manhattan spent Monday night trying to dry out – and drain away.
Republican Gov. Sam Brownback has announced a proposal for ending a renewable energy requirement for Kansas utilities.
Congresswoman Jenkins To Host Veterans Resource Fair In Topek
Measure would increase election fraud penalties and give secretary state power to prosecute.
A district attorney says a man facing child pornography charges in Texas fled to Kansas and worked as a school bus driver.
Bill intended to cut down on thefts from worksites and agriculture equipment.
City of Ottawa and area organizations form Crisis Intervention Team Council
The Aggieville district is one of several areas flooded.
A Missouri woman is hoping to find a Topeka man that saved her life 20 years ago by using the power of social media.
Victim was pronounced dead at the scene.
Health advocates say they support a proposed state tax hike to cigarettes.
Despite being able to carry concealed handguns without a license, Kansans continue to pursue the process.
The Secretary of Homeland Security is coming to Kansas State University.