A local lawmaker promised Monday to pursue the issue.
A man wanted on warrants for felony kidnapping, robbery and a probation violation has been captured in Topeka.
A man wanted on warrants for felony show case and civil indirect contempt has been captured in Topeka.
The Topeka Police Department have released the name of the victim killed in a single car accident Saturday.
Wichita religious and nonprofit leaders are remembering the homeless people who died this past year in the city.
The cause of the accident wasn’t immediately known.
Is skeptical of President Obama’s decision to restore diplomatic ties with Cuba, labelling it as nothing more than a shift in public relatio…
He went to visit American troops from the Army’s 1st Infantry Division, headquartered at Fort Riley.
Police said one of the men is a KU student.
The city of Wichita has plans to help illegal immigrants receive a driver’s permit.
Department stores may have ‘door busting’ sales but small businesses are also cheerful this holiday season.
A man is recovering Monday morning after a stabbing Sunday in Topeka.
Kansas undecided on lawsuit filed by other states against Colorado over its legalization of marijuana.
A former Johnson County physician who killed two of her children in a 1995 arson fire wants a new sentencing hearing.
Drury has signed an agreement streamlining the admission of graduates from a private Kansas City school with international ties.
Officers responded to the shooting around 10 p.m. Saturday.
Several Mizzou students were arrested for suspicion of hazing during a hide-and-seek style game.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has a new director.
“We are done on December 24th and it is imperative that we reach our red kettle goal in support of the coming year’s budget.”
Tickets are $7, available at the southeast entrance 30 minutes before each session.
“Any time you put a profit motive in a state service, it’s a problem,” she said.
Cuba is a natural market for U.S. wheat, particularly for the type of hard red winter wheat that the island nation favors for bread.
Regents requested information about the critical thinking and communication skills the programs teach.
How local malls find their Santa.
It won’t recommend a proposed funding mechanism that would tie college budgets to specific performance-based benchmarks.