Kansas gained 13 hundred jobs in the private sector and 24 hundred nonfarm jobs.
A symbol of pride for the Kansas City Royals baseball team was looking dingy and dirty.
“These players are more free-spirited, while we were more on the professional side.”
Wamego: ‘Meet Me in St. Louis’
Police Chief pleads with shooters on social media to surrender.
New Administration point man has no medical record.
E-mails, lawsuits and petitions – the latest on Topeka’s purchase of Heartland Park Racetrack.
Latest polls this week have some surprising numbers.
Robber gets undisclosed amount of cash.
The American Red Cross and Topeka Fire Department are trying to dispel fire myths through a new campaign.
A Kansas man is going to prison for stealing more than $50,000 from a 75-year-old disabled woman.
Accused of breaking into a home and grabbing a 3-year-old child before police wrestled the intruder away.
The Royals 7 game track to the World Series
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Democratic nominee for Kansas insurance commissioner says he hasn’t found any senior citizens who are unhappy with the way their Medicare is…
The playoff-perfect Kansas City Royals. The tried-and-tested San Francisco Giants.
Despite scientific recommendations against it, a Kansas commission voted to remove a snake species from the state’s threatened species list.
Authorities in Junction City have made multiple drug related arrests in the past couple of days as part of an investigation.
Has joined with Lawrence, Kansas-based 19th Century Restorations to restore the home.
Police are searching for a suspect in the deaths of a couple in their south Wichita home.
New foreclosure cases in Kansas and Missouri declined sharply in the third quarter from year-ago levels while rising slightly nationwide.
Has appointed a veteran Topeka attorney to a seat on the district court that considers challenges to state laws and agency actions.
Promoting peace in part of the African nation of Uganda will the focus of a one-day conference at Johnson County Community College next mont…
A new biofuels plant in southwest Kansas represents the future of ethanol production in the United States.
A manufacturer of pipe fixtures says it will expand its warehouse in McPherson and add 100 jobs to the operation.