Will draft of report defuse VA criticisms?
We had our own earthquake Monday in Southern Kansas.
Secretary of State defends his law for the second time
City begins outlining proposed water and sewer rate increases.
The three-judge panel of the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals noted that Congress has not confirmed commissioners to sit on the Elections …
An eastern Kansas man has died after being hit by a tree branch while putting out a small fire caused by lightning.
Police in Great Bend want to know why a trailer that killed a Hutchinson couple on a motorcycle came loose from the truck that was pulling i…
Davis responded on Monday that he voted against the education bill.
“I think he was on a suicide mission.”
State officials are considering easing regulatory protection of a short, reclusive snake found in northeast Kansas.
An oil refinery’s $555 million expansion project is proving to be a boost to McPherson’s economy.
The U.S. Geological Survey says a 3.0 magnitude earthquake shook parts of southern Kansas.
The two sides aren’t saying exactly what they’ll discuss.
Wichita police are searching for two men who they say are responsible for breaking into a woman’s home and shooting her.
A fine-arts degree program that Emporia State University says is unique in the country is being enhanced with a gift from the company that h…
The foster father of an 18-year-old man killed by Kansas officers says his son was approaching authorities when he was fatally shot.
A primer on the Koch brothers and their role in politics.
The Kansas City Royals fell behind early against the Texas Rangers and could never catch up on Sunday afternoon.
Topeka-native Gary Woodland finished in a tie for 11th at (-8) at The Barclays on Sunday afternoon.
“There are reasons you don’t see many alternative charter schools,It’s difficult, and it’s expensive.”
Police say there were cuts on Swanson’s body from the mower blades, and it appeared he was dragged under it somehow.
There were so many people at Saturday’s event, that they food ran out of food!
Manhattan students held a ‘hands up, don’t shoot’ protest Saturday afternoon.
An unlikely scene in Manhattan Saturday with parents, children and police officers gathered in liquor stores.
More than a dozen voting-rights groups have either joined the lawsuit or friend-of-the-court briefs