Washburn Rural beat Manhattan wrestling 36-35 on Thursday night.
Pierce Flanders from Washburn Rural High School is our Scholar Athlete of the Week, sponsored by Gage Dental Group and Budget Blinds
Courtesy: KSHSAA NFHS Baseball Rule 6-2-6 now states, “Each NFHS member state association will be required to develop its own pitching restr…
Kansas hit its new, more pessimistic revenue projections for November, with tax collections exceeding estimates by $1.4 million.
A former Haskell Indian Nations University student accused of rape has pleaded no contest to a lesser charge.
The Environmental Protection Agency says it has reached a proposed settlement with Union Pacific Railroad over a sulfuric acid spill in Heri…
The state’s tax collections have fallen short of expectations 10 of the past 12 months.
An employee at Osawatomie State Hospital is suing the state of Kansas after she allegedly was raped at the institution.
A man has been sentenced to eight years and four months in prison in the fatal shooting death of a Wichita concrete company worker.
The Junction City Police Department reports they are investigating after a body was found Tuesday.
The scene at US 75 near the Westgate Bridge is now back to normal.
Laura Abarca-Nogueda of Wichita was shot and killed Nov. 17 in her apartment in west Wichita. Her then 6-day-old daughter was kidnapped and …
A public input session was held at Manhattan High School to discuss the future of the “Indians” as the official school mascot.
Barry Brown scored 18 points on 7-of-11 shooting, Xavier Sneed added 14 points and Kansas State beat Green Bay 80-61 on Wednesday night.
Baseball players and owners reached a tentative agreement on a five-year labor contract Wednesday night, a deal that extends the sport’s ind…
Both Kansas and Kansas State volleyball will host the few two rounds of the NCAA Tournament this week.
On Saturday afternoon, the Washburn football team will play Bemidji State in the Mineral Water Bowl in Excelsior Springs, Missouri.
A Kansas tax preparer has been sentenced to four years in prison for stealing his clients’ identities and more than $2.4 million in refunds.