Redmon was a minor in June 2013 when the crimes were committed but was tried as an adult.
After dozens of earthquakes rocked the state this year, more equipment is being brought in to explore what is happening.
The 25-year-old Bailey has had a breakout season for the Chiefs.
Officers contacted a female victim who reported two male suspects, who are known to her, forcibly raped her at one of the dormitories on cam…
Machole was inside her family’s home when the occupants of a passing vehicle fired shots into the dwelling.
The event was designed to both educate and pamper women in the Topeka area.
Once inside the mall, Santa and THS Drum Line were joined by dancers.
Topeka Police responded to a one vehicle injury accident with possible life threatening injuries to a passenger.
All lanes of eastbound I-70 at Gage Boulevard are closed.
Three reclamation projects are scheduled to begin in the spring.
This year’s anticipated stock is 235 million — the lowest since 1986.
Officers will investigate only injury, Hit & Run and accidents with disabling vehicle damage.
Ira Dennis Hawver violated the Kansas Rules of Professional Conduct.
What to expect from Topeka road crews this winter.
Recall follows death of a Malaysian woman.
New signup period starts Saturday.
The Kansas Department of Transportation’s map that indicates closed roads after the snow falls.
A new government report shows more Kansas farms put more acres under irrigation last year than in 2008, when the last survey was taken.
Kansas and Johnson County judge make final arguments to convince state justices how to act.
The highest-ranking church official in the U.S. to be convicted of failing to take action in response to abuse allegations.
A 29-year-old Topeka man pleaded not guilty to a homicide at a Lawrence apartment complex in March.
Against a disabled student when it rescinded her admission in 2011 because she could not physically meet its requirements.
A proposal to merge Dodge City Community College into Fort Hays State University apparently has collapsed.
A federal judge has issued an order barring Garden City from interfering with worship at a church property in the central business district.
Same-sex couples can marry in 32 states, parts of Kansas and Missouri, and the District of Columbia.