Nick Guivas and Damon Reed push each other to new levels in the ring as they prepare for their upcoming fights.
Both the Washburn Rural and Manhattan girls soccer teams advance to the Class 6A state semifinals with wins on Tuesday night.
County emergency management officials in Ford County reported two persons were seriously hurt and taken to a hospital in Dodge City.
With chances of rain for the next ten days, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are trying to keep the water levels at Kansas lakes from going over…
Schmidt filed three counts of perjury against Thompson in Shawnee County District Court.
A severe storm produced a tornado in Scott County Tuesday afternoon. The tornado touched down to the west of Scott City just after 4 p.m. an…
A chimpanzee housed for more than 17 years at the Wichita, Kansas, zoo has died at the age of 44.
The company says they explored Texas and Colorado as sites to move to. Ultimately, Kansas beat out those two states.
The Shawnee County District Attorney’s Office has confirmed the arrest of a third suspect involved in a shooting last week in Topeka.
The measure rejected Monday is similar to laws enacted in more than 20 states since the 2007 abduction and murder of 18-year-old Kelsey Smit…
Kansas basketball will play at Kentucky, and K-State will play at Tennessee in this year’s SEC/Big 12 Challenge.
Police in Kansas City, Kansas, say a man is dead after being run over by his own car outside his home.
A veteran who served in Iraq is the latest person to file a lawsuit accusing a former physician assistant at a Veteran’s Administration hosp…
A white University of Kansas assistant professor who used a racial slur during a class discussion on race will not have her contract renewed…
The father of a Wichita baby not seen since last summer has pleaded guilty to cutting off a GPS tracking device.
Police say an 18-year-old man was the victim of a fatal Kansas City, Kansas, shooting.
A Bennington woman accused of embezzling more than $100,000 from the Salina real estate company where she worked has pleaded guilty.
The Kansas Court of Appeals has overturned an Emporia man’s drug convictions and faulted a prosecutor for “flagrant” errors.