Police say they weren’t notified of the incident until late in the day Monday.
Kansas Department of Health and Environment announced the new cases on Tuesday, bringing the total in the county to 11.
Taylor’s campaign with federal regulators shows about $42,000 of Taylor’s cash contributions came from April through June.
Police received reports Tuesday night of shots fired at the Wendy’s on west 6th Street.
How consumers can protect themselves when it comes to working with contractors.
Plan comes after US Supreme Court rejects parts of Affordable Care Act
6-4 vote eliminates one key element from last week’s discussions.
A bill passed allowing four state office buildings to be sold.
Republican Sen. Jerry Moran of Kansas was among a host of Republicans to declare support for McDonald.
Kansas City schools will remain unaccredited for a while longer as students prepare for a new school year.
Guard & Reserve numbers higher than active duty members.
A Manhattan man beaten with a golf club is recovering from minor injuries after Monday’s attack.
The university’s attorney has requested an extension past the July 31st date.
Challenger Scott Morgan’s criticism of the Kobach-designed system Tuesday came a day after the secretary of state’s office began mailing not…
Spokeswoman Melissa Houston says the society provided services for 17,000 animals last year.
Giraffes have been identified as one of the most endangered of Africa’s iconic species.
During a hearing Monday, Velez’s sentencing was scheduled for Aug. 6.
One of the largest shopping centers ever proposed in Lawrence has hit a roadblock.
For more than seven decades, farmers and other industries have depended on the Ogallala Aquifer to provide the lifeblood of the western Kans…
The Roeland Park Council voted 4-3 Monday to reject the ordinance.
The city commission voted Monday to impose the ban in public buildings currently exempt from the state’s concealed carry law.
Thirty-three-year-old Jeffrey Fenn pleaded guilty Monday to one count of health care fraud.
Central Kansas authorities are looking for whoever opened the valves on an oil lease stock tank over the weekend.
The hearing is set for Sept. 17 in the building near the Kansas Statehouse that houses the attorney general’s office.
Jeffery Schwed of Liberty also will have to repay the government $84,137 in the sentence handed down Monday.