The Topeka West Chargers hung on in their season-opener against Wyandotte.
Most Americans have not seen a substantial income gains in three years.
In an odd political twist, some Democrats pushed out their own candidate against three-term Sen. Pat Roberts to clear the way for Orman.
Kansas is not part of either side in briefs.
9,800 plants seized on nearby land.
Complex will ultimately include 48 buildings.
Students kept inside Johnson County Community College as police search campus.
The latest version of a scam claimed another victim
Democratic US Senate candidate Chad Taylor says he will fight against ruling to keep his name on November ballot.
Authorities need the public’s help to locate a court ordered registered sex offender.
Architect Frank Gehry is revising the design for a memorial honoring President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
McCaskill’s outreach was first reported by MSNBC.
Used the same scheme to collect refunds from 16 different states.
A man claims he was cleaning his gun, when it accidentally went off.
Police in Junction City are putting drivers on notice.
Prosecutors are taking another look at a woman’s claims she was raped at a University of Kansas residence hall last year.
Party officials in Washington said Missouri Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill spoke to Taylor in recent days about abandoning his bid.
Kansas farmers are now cutting bountiful fields of corn thanks to timely rains that saved their fall crops.
State health official say whooping cough cases are increasing across Kansas, with Pottawatomie County particularly hard hit.
The officer was hospitalized with minor injuries.
One of three men suspected of stealing a wedding ring from a dying woman at a Wichita restaurant will be sentenced in October.
Authorities are investigating the death.
A Leavenworth physician has been convicted of defrauding the Medicaid program by billing for services he didn’t perform and altering patient…
Taylor confirmed the news to Kansas First News Wednesday afternoon.
The Islamic Center has been active in the community for years.