Secretary of State Kris Kobach’s office is pursuing three new criminal cases against people it alleges voted illegally in Kansas and other s…
A woman with a record of past drug peddling is back behind bars in Riley County.
For the second week in a row, the Oklahoma Sooners are the top-ranked team in college basketball.
Police are looking for a suspect involved in an armed robbery at a Topeka Subway restaurant.
Charged with two counts of second-degree murder, arson, causing catastrophe and two counts of second-degree assault.
“I think it’s very, very difficult to maintain equal education in schools where you don’t have integration.”
“For a brief moment it helps you focus on something else besides the worries or the stress that your feeling.”
A group of Chinese students is visiting Kansas as part of a two-week trip to experience American education and see some sites.
When the store closes, residents will have to drive more than 25 miles to Great Bend or Pratt, or 12 miles to a small grocery store in Staff…
Newton police are urging residents to lock their doors as they search for a man suspected of at least 16 burglaries since mid-September.
A man has been taken into custody after authorities say he threatened several people with a knife in a university residence hall in Lawrence…
Deputy Scott Wood was shot seven times last March when three armed men tried to rob a convenience store where he stopped after work.
Two men were duck hunting in the boat when it capsized on the private lake.
Lawmakers are seeking assurances about the computerized system that determines eligibility for social service and Medicaid programs.
A Kansas Senate panel will consider a measure aimed at banning discrimination against gun dealers and manufacturers.
A Kansas woman serving a federal sentence for enslaving mentally ill residents at a Newton group home is seeking an early release.
Opposition to the law permitting concealed carry has been fierce on the system’s six campuses.
A U.S. Supreme Court ruling upholding three death sentences may undermine support for a bill that would repeal the Kansas’ death penalty.