Company says if signed, would force it to leave Kansas.
Man was arrested by Topeka police on unrelated charge Monday.
Video game is coupled with medical visits for the children using it.
After a federal judge blocked their attorney from appealing the court’s dismissal of their remaining claims because the paperwork was filed …
Event will be called “SevenDays-Make A Ripple, Change the World”
Money will be used for campus-wide fiber optic network
KSNT News investigates a Go Fund Me site set up for an injured mother.
Overland Park native takes over acting aviation post at KDOT
Department of Administration spokesman John Milburn said the company used trained beagles to inspect three floors later treated with chemica…
Red Cross volunteers on standby since Monday
A family is desperately seeking answers to find out who killed their son.
Jury took 5 hours to come to decision.
How safe is your parked car?
KHP says fire was allowed to burn itself out.
Under the plan, city and school board races would be listed first on the ballot.
Oklahoma lawmakers have approved a ban on a common second-trimester abortion procedure that critics describe as dismembering a fetus.
For killing a former Kansas City Chiefs cheerleader in a traffic crash while fleeing from police.
Wichita is seeking a court decision on the legality of an ordinance approved by voters to reduce the penalties for possession for small amou…
Supporters of a $29 million renovation plan for the Hutchinson Sports Arena scored an easy win in Tuesday’s election.
Blue Bell Creameries says it’s expanding its recall of products made at an Oklahoma plant after pints of banana pudding ice cream tested pos…
“Locking and securing your vehicle and removing valuable items is important.”
Wichita voters have approved an initiative to reduce the penalties for possession of small amounts of marijuana for first-time offenders.
Leaders of the University Senate are urging the University of Kansas to offer domestic partner benefits to its employees.
He said a unified federal system had merits.
The department said it responded to seven reported cases of sick birds