A former union president has pleaded guilty of stealing more than 51 thousand dollars from members in Kansas and Texas.
Governor Sam Brownback helped honor more than 100 state employees Friday.
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Funds will help FHCHC increase services, jobs for both Emporia, Eureka locations.
TOPEKA (KSNT) – The City of Topeka begins saying farewell to Corporal Jason Harwood. More than 500 officers, friends, and community members …
The Kansas City Royals now trail Detroit by 1/2 game in the division after losing to the Boston Red Sox on Friday night.
Proposal is to re-draw organ donation distribution boundaries.
Theft affected members in Kansas and Texas.
Hundreds come together to brightening up the Capitol City
Investigators in northeast Kansas say a fire that destroyed a 9,000-square-foot home this week was intentionally set.
Officials of Wichita Habitat for Humanity are scrambling to make up for a costly break-in at a storage unit.
The ad accuses Orman of pretending to be conservative like Roberts.
Services for Corporal Jason Harwood will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday.
Scams like this have been occurring across the state.
Courthouse open again after being evacuated.
Court to hear challenge to dropping Taylor’s name from US Senate ballot Tuesday.
A law enforcement chase of a vehicle ended with a crash and fiery accident in north-central Kansas.
Wichita police say they plan to arrest some of the people who beat up a coach at a junior football league practice.
Part of an effort to make sure students can transfer some credits among all institutions.
Ideas for sustaining the Ogallala Aquifer will be discussed this weekend at the Kansas State Fair.
The University of Kansas will create a task force and require training in response to criticism of its handling of sexual assault complaints…
The court began visiting various communities in 2011.
A potential settlement appears to be in the works on some claims in lawsuits over the May 2013 discovery of genetically engineered Monsanto …
Newton police warn that a rise in the amount of city graffiti could lead to gang fights over turf.
Topeka West and Topeka High School honor 9/11 victims in flag raising ceremonies.