A 51-year-old Manhattan man was arrested by police after they determined he tried to choke another person.
A Kansas gun dealer sued for selling the shotgun a man used to kill himself and his son has reached a $132,000 settlement.
To settle a complaint filed by state regulators with the federal government.
A missing 5-year-old Colorado girl has been found safe.
Kansans are paying higher taxes on cigarettes, groceries and other consumer goods, but no longer have to obtain a state permit to carry a co…
An emergency overnight shelter in Hutchinson has closed with little warning because it didn’t receive a federal grant.
Police in the Kansas City suburb of Overland Park, Kansas, say two people have died in a shooting.
A Topeka man accused of kidnapping and raping a 5-year-old girl has been sentenced to nearly 44 years in prison.
The National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City is hosting an upcoming exhibit about Australian War Art.
A man has been arrested after police say he pointed a gun at five children playing with their dog in Wichita.
A Kansas boy whose fight against cancer and love of the Kansas City Royals received national attention during last year’s World Series has d…
Seventy rabies cases have been reported so far this year. That was last year’s total.
To crack down on unsafe child care services, child care licensing inspectors check out all the area’s summer camps and child care centers.
A new study compares rent by city in Kansas.
Bryon Snyder awarded for saving the life of 44-year-old woman.
Program promotes closer bonding between mothers and their newborn children
Department wants to guarantee a safe July 4th holiday.
The Governor says recent rains have helped pull most of the state out of the dry conditions we’ve experienced over the past year.
Laws removes permitting and mandatory safety training for open and concealed weapons.
Derek Schmidt says case is moot with last week’s US Supreme Court Ruling
New Obama proposal could effect Kansas workers
Brownback administration gets it’s first win in the school funding fight.
Starting Wednesday, the state sales tax jumps to 6.5 percent.
A new study from KU tracks individual’s earnings over the course of 20 years to determine the value of college education.
Are Kansas kids going hungry this summer because there are too few feeding programs?