Kansans will have to be setting their clocks forward one hour this Sunday for daylight saving time. But one Kansas lawmaker is proposing we …
Lynryd Skynyrd, Jake Owen, and Old Dominion are among the first acts secured for the 2016 Kansas State Fair.
The number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. reached a record low. It is another sign of the continuing economic woes in…
Groups from Kansas City, Emporia, and Manhattan will spend the weekend walking to send a message to state lawmakers.
An elderly man who ran a multi-million dollar drug enterprise for years, will not get a light sentence by a federal judge.
Police say a Manhattan grandmother in her 70’s isn’t your typical drug dealer.
An investment banking company has briefed Kansas officials on its expertise in tobacco settlement payments as child advocates say the state …
KDHE says the individual is an adult from southwest Kansas and has travel history to a country with local Zika virus transmission.
A 16-year-old Kansas girl has pleaded no contest to killing her younger sister.
Three people have been charged with robbing a suburban Kansas City bank with a toddler in the getaway vehicle.
Authorities are searching for a man charged in a Kansas City-area homicide after he was mistakenly released from jail.
A Wichita woman accused of abandoning her 5-year-old grandson while fleeing a Kohl’s store after a shoplifting incident has been sentenced t…
In an ironic twist, Governor Sam Brownback is warning legislators that their actions could cause the state’s credit rating to be downgraded.
An investigation by the Topeka Police Department and USPS inspectors found 150 pieces of reported stolen mail at a residence.
Thursday is an emotional day in Hesston as Excel employees return to work for the first time since a gunman took the lives of three of their…
Westar Energy, the largest electric utility in the state, is again asking the Corporation Commission for a fee hike.
Kansas would stop observing daylight savings time after this year under a bill being pushed by a prominent Republican legislator.
Officials have released audio to the 911 calls from the events in last month’s mass shooting at a Kansas lawn equipment factory.