A 78-year-old Hutchinson woman who planned to sell her beloved 1955 Ford Fairlane to pay back property taxes received a helping hand.
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Health officials say the cukes are the likely cause of hundreds of illnesses since July 3 and the Aug. 17 death of a 99-year-old.
The RoadRunners are playing away from home, but they’ll be back for their first game of the season.
A country crooner originally from Sedgwick County will perform at El Dorado State Park this weekend.
A Mexican man who was deported while on bail awaiting trial in Wichita for unlawful re-entry did not get another chance Friday for freedom.
A former Democratic Kansas governor will address the issue of higher education for the future in a lecture at K-State Salina.
Report says KPERS was making payments to beneficiaries who aren’t entitled to them.
Hopes effort to show support for law enforcement goes nationwide.
A 20-year-old Lawrence woman convicted of killing her roommate has been sentenced to 50 years in prison.
The bond has been lowered for a woman charged in the death of her 16-month-old child.
“We’ll continue to review other policy options, but I’m pleased with the direction we’re heading.”
In a lawsuit filed by former Boeing workers over retirement plan benefits after the sale of the company’s Wichita operations.
Applebee’s headquarters moved to Kansas City from Lenexa, Kanas, in 2011, after receiving a $12.9 million incentive package.
An expert says the Missouri man convicted of killing three people at separate Jewish sites in Kansas will live only five to six more years.
The head of the Kansas Geological Survey says no one should become complacent just because fewer earthquakes are rattling southern Kansas.