The 3.6 magnitude earthquake was reported about 5:40 a.m. Thursday.
Kansas law bars from candidates using money raised for state races for federal campaigns.
Jamie Engstrom is scheduled to be sentenced on Aug. 15 for conspiracy to commit second-degree murder.
The Kansas Supreme Court has named a legislator and two district court judges to the commission that reviews complaints against judges.
There is a lot the City Council and County Commission cannot agree on in this spending plan, but the city is making it clear, the sidewalks …
Zach Haney receives honors – and scholarship money.
It’s a project six years in the making.
Tiahrt says Pompeo has no accomplishments of his own.
One man forced to jump from bedroom window.
There have been two more reports of violence among inmates at the Lansing Correctional Facility.
The Kansas Republican announced his backing for McDonald after meeting with him Wednesday .
All of your hard work as a child filling buckets with sand and mud might come in handy at the annual Sand Castle and Sculpture Contest
A young woman claims that she was raped by a man she knew.
A Manhattan man hit in the head with a beer bottle while in a fight is awaiting the results of an investigation.
Wichita police are warning residents of a scammer who’s claiming to be retrieving recalled vehicles.
The preliminary numbers released Wednesday also show a small increase in the number of unaffiliated voters since March 1.
Family members say more should have been done to keep the teen off the road after he told deputies he had taken LSD.
A woman who police say was pushed off a cliff by her then-husband says their marriage took a dark turn after they moved from Kansas to Maine…
Under the agreement, the company will work with WSU and NIAR on projects and train new engineers for aerospace and the automotive industries…
No new date has been set for the trial of Jeffery Wade Chapman.
Freeman said Wednesday he was stopped after not signaling a turn at a stop sign. He contends he had no alcohol in his car.
Thursday is the 33nd anniversary of the July 17, 1981, disaster that killed 114 people and injured more than 200 others.
The theater reports other customers asked for their money back before the man was asked to leave.
A mile-long walking and biking trail in Pittsburg is among 20 projects in Kansas that will share $11.5 million in federal transportation fun…
U.S. District Judge J. Thomas Marten on Tuesday set a July 28 date for a hearing in the case of Jason Matthew Pennington.