He was booked on charges of: Aggravated burglary, felony theft, felony obstruction, and various traffic offenses.
He was sentenced to 63 months in federal prison for downloading child pornography to a laptop that was assigned to him by the DEA.
He said he threw the girl to the ground five to 10 times after becoming angry with her.
Jury selection is set to begin in the trial of an avowed white supremacist who has admitted that he killed three people outside of Jewish si…
Wichita State president John Bardo says the university has to change its culture from maintaining stability to enrollment and growth.
Topeka officials plan to consider banning electronic cigarettes in enclosed public places.
Washburn University law professor Joseph Mastrosimone says the policy may conflict with Kansas’ whistleblower protection law.
The Kansas City woman with six children who was helped by an officer when she was shoplifting diapers has been jailed on a federal drug char…
Despite racing coming back to Heartland Park, there is still some uncertainty over the track’s future.
Researchers from Kansas, Michigan and Nebraska are modifying an oilseed for use as a potential diesel replacement.
When Larry Plaggerman was 59, he ran the Boston Marathon. Twenty years later, the Salina man has difficulty even walking short distances.
A Kansas woman faces an upgraded charge in the stabbing death of a man whose body was dumped in a river in northwest Missouri.
Crews weren’t able to get to the man until after the flames were put out.
A Facebook exchange took a turn for the worse Saturday afternoon in Topeka, after three men were robbed at gun point.
The details matter in a first impression. But things like handshakes, eye contact and standing confidently aren’t often taught in schools.
Oklahoma authorities say a man wanted in the shooting and wounding of his wife in northwest Oklahoma has been arrested.
At least 13 percent of Kansas’ 286 school districts are expected to ask top state officials for more money to address their budget problems.
The campaign, which was announced at a news conference Friday, will urge businesses to report new hires for collection purposes.