Charges come after man was arrested while running around neighborhood naked and covered in blood.
Several stores in Kansas impacted by data breach.
State agency sells off assets of company that failed to pay taxes.
Couple being held on $1M bond each.
After a child went missing over the weekend, Topeka Police are encouraging residents to sign up for Code Red.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach is trying to intervene in a lawsuit filed by a disgruntled Democratic voter to force the party to name…
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The 55-year-old Mark Elzea agreed to pay restitution under terms of the plea he entered Wednesday in federal court.
As the mall looses one store, they gain six more.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt has received an endorsement from one of his predecessors in his bid for a second term.
Topeka Police have identified the victim as a 22-year old Topeka woman.
Minnesota man accused of skipping a custody hearing and taking his two minor children without permission has been arrested in Kansas.
The commission announced Moran’s resignation late Tuesday. A spokeswoman for Moran did not immediately return a phone call and email seeking…
The Federal Trade Commission alleges in a lawsuit that a Kansas bitcoin company bilked more than 20,000 customers out of up to $50 million.
A student seeking records about the financial relationship between KU and the Koch brothers has raised the $1,800 the school required to ful…
The driver of a fatal accident in Osage County has been identified.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is getting some fundraising help from his colleague in Texas.
A well-known boxer is dead after a Wichita industrial accident in which a 6-ton tank shifted unexpectedly and fell on him while he was sandb…
The governor’s office said the directive is not related to the state’s projected budget shortfall.
A Kansas local went to D.C. to discuss the need to support an increase in federal funding for cancer research and prevention with elected of…
Police are investigating why the device was in the neighborhood.
Nemesis came to Wichita in 2000 for the opening of the lion exhibit from the Oklahoma City Zoo.
A flyer for the event suggested that participants make a $20 donation.
The Eisenhower Memorial Commission met last week but didn’t have enough members present.
A Wichita woman accused of running an escort service as a front for prostitution has told a federal judge she wants to change her plea.