Supporters of a stalled casino project say the lawsuit is costing local governments in both counties nearly $1,000 a day.
Great Bend police have arrested a person suspected of fatally shooting another man as the result of an argument.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback says work on a new formula for funding the state’s public schools should focus encourage merit pay for teachers.
An estimated 70,000 rape kits sitting in laboratories and evidence collection rooms across the country will be tested with $79 million.
Firefighters put on their gear and climbed the stairs of a downtown Wichita skyscraper to honor fallen fire crews from 9/11.
Tracking the return of summer-like weather, as south winds bring in more heat and humidity.
Veterans of the 7th Armored Division reunite to see a refurbished tank that they fought in.
The nuns who got off their big tour bus near the Topeka Rescue Mission Saturday morning do not fit the stereotype.
In a game that was continued from Thursday, Emporia State outscored Central Missouri 21-10 on Saturday to post a 45-34 win and snap a 13 gam…
A trial is scheduled to begin Monday for a Eudora health care attendant who claims he killed a client as an assisted suicide.
Closure of the hospital in Independence is highlighting problems faced in states that have refused to expand their Medicaid programs.
A 24-year-old mother is in custody after her dirty, barefoot 4- and 6-year-old children were found living in a wooden shipping crate in an u…
The Obama administration’s struggling quest to close the U.S. detention center at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, is mired in state and federal politi…
The victim was “a teenage family member” at Fort Riley.
Get caught up on all the scores and highlights from the high school football field on the ‘Football Frenzy’ every Friday with Matt Gasper an…
Topeka houses flood after rain, residents wonder about storm drains
Here’s a list of the top 10 most stressed out places in Kansas and information about why that might be.
NASS reported in its monthly production estimate that the anticipated 2015 crop in the state will be 2 percent below last year’s harvest.