A 4-year-old girl has been taken to a hospital after being pulled out of a hotel pool in Mulvane, Kansas.
“I hope we get something done, but I’m losing hope.”
Sedgwick County authorities have charged a man in the death of a Wichita restaurant owner.
The board and universities face difficult conversations about priorities if the cuts occur.
With a lot of rain recently, higher temperatures, and humid conditions, all the ingredients are there for mosquitoes to pop up.
The Topeka City Council approved something the city has never done. It offered a partial pre-payment option on special assessments.
Maneuvers are part of post’s “Victory Week” celebration
Programs could lose nearly $46M with additional funding.
Court says internet has become a necessary component of modern life.
The retirees bike an average of 20 to 40 miles each week.
Topeka would lose $6.1 million.
Joint tax committee postpones three meetings Tuesday, fails to reach a revenue compromise.
The ripple effect of the midwest bird flu is coming to a restaurant near you.
Order prevents moving poultry in effort to combat avian flu epidemic
Detectives are investigating what happened after a man claims another man forced himself on him.
A Fort Riley soldier has been arrested on charges of child abuse and criminal threat.
Lobbyists have much more of an impact on shaping American politics than non-profits and other organizations that represent the poor.
Researchers are combating a disease that’s threatening the future of the citrus growing industry in the United States.
Potential spending cuts outlined by Gov. Sam Brownback’s budget director would be felt in classrooms.
Majority Leader Terry Bruce says the Kansas Senate might not pass another tax plan after a tight vote advanced a package this weekend.
A Kansas judge says he won’t allow some documents in a quadruple murder case to be unsealed.
“I didn’t even know what was on the film until my dad died and I took it home and watched it.”
A lawsuit filed by the state’s largest teachers’ union over a new state law that ended guaranteed tenure for public school teachers.
Officials say two bodies have been found in the remnants of a house fire in rural Miami County in Kansas.
A Great Bend man has been sentenced to six months in prison and six months of home detention for bank fraud.