The shooting remains under investigation.
A University of Kansas associate professor has likened the Ferguson grand jury process to that of the KKK hearings of the late 19th century …
Macey Hensley, shows off her presidential knowledge.
Truckers were at the Statehouse Monday with an important message to drivers.
Problems shown in the fall election fixed for spring
Ellen wanted to see first-hand this little girl’s rather unusual skill.
Kansas Republicans and Democrats can agree on one thing — they want more campaign money.
Brownback’s request to use millions of dollars from the Kansas Department of Transportation to fill gaps in other state spending.
A Lawrence man will be retried on a first-degree murder charge after a jury reached a partial verdict in the case.
The Great Mall of the Great Plains in Olathe will close in mid-to-late fall.
A Kansas lawmaker is moving to keep fantasy sports leagues legal amid a dispute with the Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission.
Authorities say they’re investigating after a body was found near Park City Sunday.
If staff members concur with the board’s findings, the properties will be included in the National Register.
The patrol says no one on the train was injured.
Authorities in southern Kansas say they’re investigating after a body was found near Park City over the weekend.
The House Taxation Committee has scheduled hearings for Wednesday and Thursday on a bill containing Brownback’s proposals.
Kansas City police say one person is dead and another was injured after their vehicle went off the road, hitting a utility pole and then a t…
Keeping you and your car safe during a snowstorm.
Victim is recovering in local hospital
Most of northeastern Kansas is under a Winter Weather Advisory Sunday night.
A central Kansas community has welcomed home a farmer who suffered severe shocks and burns in a fall harvest accident.
Officers found the wreck Sunday morning while investigating possible copper thefts.
Researchers are adding genetic material from rice because it is a tropical plant that is grown at higher temperatures.
Critics say it will turn Kansas in to the wild wild west, supporters say it will make us more safe.
A heavily redacted 11-page response from Kansas State University to a newspaper’s open records request illustrates shortcomings.