Fifty percent of teachers leave education field within first five years.
Harveyville community rebuilds after hit by a tornado in 2012.
Kansas districts want lower court to stay on schools lawsuit.
A Topeka doctor is changing the way patients pay for healthcare.
The utility has requested a nearly eight percent rate hike overall and a twelve percent hike for residential consumers.
The Kansas Geological Survey says there were 161 earthquakes in Kansas last year.
A white supremacist accused of gunning down three people at Jewish sites in Kansas will go on trial for capital murder, a judge ruled Tuesda…
Authorities have captured a Jackson County inmate who escaped while being treated from a Kansas City hospital.
The Kansas Department of Emergency Management has information to keep your family safe during the spring storm season
The objective of the drill was to take a few minutes and think about where you’d go and what you’d do in the event it was a real tornado war…
A tiny boy born on his parents’ way to a Nebraska hospital is struggling for life as they mourn his twin sister.
“Iran has proven time and again that it cannot be trusted.”
A northeastern Kansas man is charged in Missouri in the beating death of a man whose body was found below a cliff.
Firefighters have rescued a dog that fell into a partially ice-covered lake in Kansas City, Kansas.
A Wichita high school principal says he was brought to tears after a senior prank didn’t pan out the way he expected.
The panel has a hearing scheduled for Thursday.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach is sponsoring a children’s archery tournament next month in MacLennan Park near the governor’s residen…
The Shawnee County Health Agency can help with this special enrollment and appointments can be set-up by calling 251-2136.
Electricity rates could rise by as much as 13 dollars a month.
Staying ready and aware for Kansas severe weather season.
After cops in Los Angeles had to resort to shooting a suspect, local law enforcement weigh in on if tasers are an effective resource.
A white supremacist suspected of killing three people at two Jewish sites in Kansas declared “Heil Hitler!” after the shootings.
A bill that’s quickly advancing through the Kansas Legislature would ease restrictions on concealed carry around the state, and some are voi…
Manhattans 2035 comprehensive plan is near completion
Kansas legislators are shifting their focus to building the next state budget now that their annual session has cleared its midpoint.